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Georgia OL Commit Still Looking Elsewhere

One big time prospect that has improved his stock in his senior season is Georgia offensive line commitment Antwane Greenlee. The 6-6, 300-pound Greenlee learned a new offense this season but it didn't hinder his progress. Very close to being fully qualified, Greenlee is getting a lot of interest from other schools than Georgia. He plans on taking at least three visits.

(See Antwane Greenlee profile) Columbus (GA) Hardaway High School struggled in 2005 and that brought on a new football coach with a brand new offense. Hardaway had a bad year in 2005 but things changed dramatically this season and Greenlee had a big hand in the turnaround. "The season went pretty good being that we went 1-9 last year," Greenlee said late last week. "We turned it around this... Recommended Stories

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