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Queen City Sports:
Player Name: Alec Ogletree
Position: Outside Linebacker
Queen City Sports Ranking: 2nd
Overview: Alec Ogletree was one of the more dominant defensive players in Georgia Bulldog history during his three year career. He started 17 games during the last two seasons and finished the 2012 season leading the Bulldogs with 111 tackles. His most impressive game was against Georgia Tech last season. He finished with a career high 15 tackles in the game.
After a stellar 2012 season, Ogletree was awarded as he was named to the Phil Steele All-America Third Team and All-SEC First Team. In addition, Ogletree was named as one of team’s most valuable defensive players.
Ogletree compiled double digit sacks in eight of the ten games in 2012. The only teams he didn’t reach double digit tackles were against South Carolina and Florida which can raise cause for concern. If he’s unable to perform against top SEC competition, that’s a red flag for some teams.
In 2011, Ogletree earned one o...
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