Peach County Standout Sets Top Five


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Height: 6-4   Weight: 220   Hometown: Fort Valley, GA (Peach County HS)   Class: 2005
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Darius Dewberry is an extremely talented linebacker in the peach state this year. Even concerns over qualifying have not caused coaches to back away from this prospect. Even coaches think somethings are worth the wait.

"My top five right now is Georgia, Auburn, Florida, Clemson, and Miami. I have a teammate at Georgia, and I have been there for a few games. I really like what they are doing there. Auburn is having a really goods season. I went to a camp there and I really liked it. Florida is alright, but I might change them in my top five because of what is going on with their coaches. Miami is the school that I pulled for ever since I was small. One of my teammate's cousins plays for Clemson, Chansi Stuckey. Coach Hines calls me every week. I just talked to him a few minutes ago, actually. He wants me to come up for the game against South Carolina."

Dewberry has not set any official visits to this point. It appears with the exception of Florida, the other four are guaranteed officials.

"I am going to set my official visits after the season. We are still in the playoffs right now. I had three TDs in the win Friday night. I play on defense the whole game, but when we get in goalline situations I play offense too."

Dewberry is awaiting word from teammate Larry Cox before he decides to make plans to come to Clemson this weekend. We spoke with Cox this evening and he says he has an official visit set up with Clemson for Saturday.

We will have a full update on Cox later this week.

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