Bubba Jeter has done an excellent job at Troup County for over 20 years as both the head football coach and athletic director. Not only does he win games, mold teenagers into young men, and make sure they stay on top of their academics, but he sends a number of kids to play college football as well.
He has sent many over the last couple of years including Chris Burnette to Georgia in 2008 and J.C. Copeland to Tennessee, Brandon Worle to LSU, and Cadarious Sanders to South Carolina in 2009.
He has more and the best of the bunch may be in the class of 2013.
Scout spent some time at Troup County recently and here are the prospects there to watch in the coming years.
2011 - Eric Hutchinson – 6-2/160 – Wide Receiver
Recruiting: South Carolina and Virginia Tech are showing the most interest early and his early leader is South Carolina.
2011 - Deshundre Miles – 6-4/180 – Wide Receiver
Recruiting: Duke, Florida, North Carolina State, and South Florida are showing early interest. The Bulls of USF are his top choice at this time.
2012 - Eric Bridges – 6-1/188 – Quarterback
Recruiting: He is not getting a lot of attention yet because he missed the second half of the season, but look for things to pick up for him in the spring of 2010.
2013 - Reuben Foster (photo below) – 6-2/203 – Linebacker
Recruiting: He just completed his freshman season, so it is early, but Georgia has already gotten him on campus. UGA is his favorite school and he is going to be one of the top recruits in Georgia over the next three years.
Stay tuned to Scout as we continue to scour the country finding the top talent 12 months a year.
Chad Simmons is the Recruiting Manager for the South Region and he can be reached at ChadSimmons@Scout.com.