"I enjoyed it," he said of the weekend."Decision day is looming and there is a lot of suspense going on, but at the end of the day both schools are sitting pretty and it's going to come down to who we feel, the family, he's going to benefit more from," said JJ Williams, Jamyest's father."Relationships are important." Last week at an awards ceremony in Atlanta, JJ Williams told reporters if Signing Day were then, his son would sign with Georgia, which he had visited the previous weekend.
It's just that feeling, asking God which one is the best," Sterling said. He said he's still 100 percent committed to the Bulldogs but he did like what he saw in Columbia."It kind of opened my eyes a little bit, got a lot to think about."Offensive lineman Jordan Carty of Hollywood, Fla., also made his official visit to USC over the weekend.USC likes Williams as a cornerback, also working as a nickel and in slot coverage, and in the return game.The Gamecocks laid out their plan for him in detail but publicly received no assurances from him that he will stick with his commitment and sign with them Wednesday."I told everybody February 1st," Williams said as he was leaving his downtown Columbia hotel.Sanders, 6-1 and 185 pounds, transferred from Burke to Fort Dorchester two years ago, and played on the Patriots' state championship team in 2015.
Sanders caught 61 passes for 1,440 yards and 20 touchdowns in 2016. He earned all-region honors the last two years and caught 105 passes for 2,375 yards and 28 touchdowns in two seasons at Fort Dorchester.
A high school student from Georgia wants her history teacher fired after she recorded him in class calling her 'the dumbest girl that I have ever met' and saying that her sole purpose in life would be to have sex and have children.
Shaniaya Hunter, a junior at Greene County High School, says she was in Cory Hunter's history class in December when the teacher launched a foul-mouthed tirade against her after she asked him a question about the material they were covering.
The defensive lineman had narrowed his choices to USC and Southern Cal with a plan to announce his commitment Tuesday.“I’m all set, South Carolina 100 percent,” Kinlaw said. Clemson opened its new football operations building to recruits over the weekend and with that on display, along with the shiny, new national championship trophy, the Tigers landed commitments from two of the state’s top 2018 prospects. Defensive lineman Josh Belk of Lewisville and defensive back Derion Kendrick of South Pointe opted to end their recruiting activities before they hardly started.
Both also held offers from South Carolina and several other SEC and ACC programs.“I want to be coached to be good at football and hopefully play at the next level and the coaching staff can give me the tools to be successful in life,” Belk said.
A mother who reportedly believed her teen daughter had started a sexual relationship after seeing a provocative photo of her online beat the girl with plywood as punishment during a live Facebook video stream.