Posted On: 07/28/20 2:49 PM

There’s nothing like high school football in rural Georgia. The small-town teams play as hard as anyone, and it’s because they play for their tight-knit community. For some in the area, high school football is a way of life. It’s all that matters on Friday nights. Too often small-town kids get overlooked due to not being noticed on a regular basis and playing in small towns each and every week.

The talent is there, and there are plenty of young offensive line prospects in rural areas to keep an eye on this fall.


Elyjah Thurmon - Bradwell Institute - Class of 2024

He may be young, but the 14-year old from Hinesville has a very bright future ahead of him. He’s very athletic and has great flexibility for being so big and so young. The kid can really run. He’s a coachable kid who is already standing out in the weight room among the team. Thurmon squats nearly 400-pounds already and continues to improve his weight-training numbers weekly. He played JV basketball as an 8th grader and averaged over 15 points per game. He’s expected to start at one of the tackle spots for Bradwell Institute this fall as

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