Found February 15, 2013 on Fox Sports South:
For fans of the Georgia Bulldogs the story remains the same. Another high school national signing day has come and gone, and more top-flight home-grown talent has left the state of Georgia than stayed there. This time the losses include the No. 1 high school football player in the country, Robert Nkemdiche, who lives less than an hour from Sanford Stadium. Nkemdiche could be the sort of high-impact defensive end that Jadeveon Clowney has become for South Carolina. But if so, he'll be doing it for Hugh Freeze and the Ole Miss Rebels as the young man will travel 366 miles to Oxford, Miss rather than drive 36 miles to go to school in Athens, Ga. Nkemdiche isn't the only high-value Georgia athlete to sign with other schools. Carl Lawson, another top-flight defensive end from Milton High School in Alpharetta -- the heart of Dawg Country -- signed with Auburn, as did 6-foot-3, 290-pound defensive tackle Montravius Adams from Vienna, Georgia. The list goes on. Vonn Bell from...
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