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Eddie Printz - Quarterback
Height: 6-3   Weight: 200   Hometown: Marietta, GA (Lassiter HS)   Class: 2013




From Jamie Newberg of ESPN:

Junior quarterback Eddie Printz Eddie Printz
Quarterback
6-3, 200
Marietta, GA

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(Marietta, Ga./Lassiter) led his team to a come-from-behind win against Snellville Brookwood in the second game of the Corky Kell Classic.

"That was amazing," Printz said. "It was a great game. The offense and defense played well. Our receivers made plays when we needed it."

Printz, 6-4 and 195 pounds, worked hard this offseason and said he has really developed from last year to this season.

"The progression has been huge," Printz said. "I have more experience and just to be in the system another year with these coaches has been a big plus. The offense, the calls and checks, just everything is a little easier for me. That really showed today."

According to Printz he already has scholarship offers from Kentucky, SMU, Arkansas, NC State and others. But it's early for him and he's keeping his options wide open.

"Florida, South Carolina, Duke, Mississippi State, Tennessee and Alabama are some teams that are showing me a lot of interest right now. In the end, I just want to find a school, campus and city where I feel comfortable because I know wherever I go the coaches many might not be there. That's just the way things are. At the same time I want to have a good relationship with the coaches and I want to pick a school where I can reach my goals."

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Top quarterback honors for 2013 prospects at a Nike camp in Miami.

View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's Eddie Printz Recruiting Profile
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