College coaches can call recruits for the first time today since the month of May, but when the calls are made don’t expect anything to change for Georgia commitment Marcus Washington of Keysville (Ga.) Burke County.
That’s because the four-star outside linebacker is a Dawg through and through.
“Yeah, it’s the same old Marcus,” he said. “I’m still with Georgia no dobut.”
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Washington, who is 6-foot-2 and 210 pounds, has helped his team off to a 1-1 start on the season. They lost recently to Lincoln County in a heartbreaker of a game.
“We had a breakdown in coverage,” Washington, ranked as the No. 77 player in the Riavls100, said. “It broke our heart. I played Ok. I didn’t play my best because they double and triple-teamed me all night long. I’m going to have to work hard on my endurance.”
Washington, though, has plans on bouncing back Friday against Cross Creek.
“They’re 1-1, too,” he said. “They’re better than what they were last year.”
After his game on Friday, Washington plans to make the trip to Athens to unofficially visit UGA for the Dawgs’ game against Georgia Southern. He has yet to schedule his official visit.