Salley Hearing From ACC/SEC Schools


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Height: 6-2   Weight: 210   Hometown: Blackville, SC (Blackville-Hilda HS)   Class: 2005




Tharry Salley is another single A prospect from the state of South Carolina, who is working very hard to prove himself on the field. He has not received an official offer yet, but he is receiving interest from Clemson, South Carolina, Georgia, The Citadel, and Georgia Southern.

Salley is a fullback/linebacker prospect that could play either position just depending on the school. "South Carolina and Georgia Southern I would play fullback, but at Clemson and Georgia I would play linebacker. At this point, it really doesn't matter. I just want to play."

This summer Salley attended mini-camps at USC, Clemson, and Georgia. "The camps were all pretty much the same. I liked getting to see talent from different places. The techniques they taught us were unique. I got to get my name out there a little bit."

After going 13-1 last season at Blackville-Hilda, Salley is very hungry to begin his quest for a state title. "I am working hard as always. I can't take too much credit for my success. My lineman are unbelievable you would just have to see it to believe. We only lost six players from last year's team, and we were three points shy of making it to the state title game. It will be up to us to get it done this year."

View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's Tharry Salley Recruiting Profile
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