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Big Georgia OL emerges

Macon (Ga.) Northeast offensive tackle Everette Curtis has emerged as a legitimate Division I-A prospect and has been getting attention from a number of programs during the early stages of the 2008 recruiting cycle.
"LSU, Arkansas, Auburn, Michigan State, Indiana and Middle Tennessee State have all been interested in me," Curtis said. "They are all leading me to believe that they will
offer me."
Curtis plans unofficial visits to North Carolina State and Indiana in the near future.
Curtis measured in at 6 feet, 6.5 inches and 283 pounds at the Rivals.com Atlanta Junior Day last Saturday at Lovejoy High School in Hampton, Ga. He has long arms and the frame of a Division I-A offensive tackle.
Playing time is important to Curtis.
"I am going to be looking to see what I have to do to go in and play early," he said.
Curtis also plays basketball at Northeast.
"It helps me with my footwork in my agility drills and my feet," he said.
Curtis talked about what makes him a legitimate Division I-A offensive line prospect.
"I'm good at pass blocking, run blocking and I have a good one-two punch," he said.
Curtis was an All-City selection in 2006.