City: Muncie, IN
|Name||Rating||Ht./Wt.||High School||Position||Colleges Considering|
|Demetrius Green||B-||6'1"/195||Cedartown High School||Linebacker||Ball State, Memphis, Middle Tennessee State, Navy and Wofford|
|Robert Williams||B+||6'0"/185||Camden County High School||Safety||Arkansas State, Ball State, Central Michigan, Middle Tennessee State, Navy, Toledo and Western Michigan|
|Terrence Lewis||No Rating||6'3"/235||East Laurens High School||Running back||Ball State and Middle Tennessee State|
East Laurens tailback Terrence Lewis is 6-foot-3, 235-pounds and with 4.5 speed, so he is garnering some small-college attention after his team upset previously unbeaten and fourth-ranked Jefferson County 35-7. Bigger schools could follow in finding this Middle Georgia prospect, who has flown under the radar this season. Lewis already has offers from Middle Tennessee, Jacksonville State and Ball State. East Laurens coach Vic Thigpen said that Troy State will soon be making an offer. Lewis is averaging 150 yards per game with a season-high 214 yards on 30 carries against Swainsboro earlier this year. Out of the Falcons’ multiple-I offense, Lewis has 793 yards on 95 carries with eight touchdowns
The knee injury that has kept Dunwoody linebacker Jerry King on the sideline this season won’t keep him out much longer, and he says it also hasn’t kept college recruiters from calling on him. The 6-foot, 225-pound senior expects to be back in a couple of weeks for fourth-ranked (in AAA) Dunwoody. The Wildcats are idle this week. King tore the ACL in his right knee during team workouts in May and had surgery to repair it in July. He thought he’d be ready to start the season, but he has stayed out for more rehab at the urging of team doctor Eric Steenlage. King says he doesn’t feel any pain in the knee, and hasn’t for a while, but decided to take the safer route for his return to the field. He said that recruiters have assured him that they’re still interested, despite the injury. He has not received any offers, but Wofford and Middle Tennessee State contact him nearly every week. He said Delaware, Tulane, Ball State, Central Florida and Tennessee State also have more than passing interest. “They’ve been very supportive of me,” King said of recruiters.
Peach County defensive back Reggie Taylor didn't need long to think about committing to Auburn. The 5-foot-10, 170-pound Taylor was offered at Auburn's camp and decided to accept it. "It was an easy choice for me, " Taylor said. "They play in the SEC, and they compete for championships. The Auburn coaches treated me well and really made me feel like they wanted me there. It's good to make the decision so I can focus on my grades and my senior year of football." Auburn was Taylor's first offer, but he also was generating interest from South Carolina, Ole Miss, Ball State, and Middle Tennessee State. Peach County coach Chad Campbell said many colleges were waiting on Taylor's ACT results, which he took for the first time earlier this month. "Reggie kind of fell in love with Auburn after visiting in the spring, and the offer kind of sealed the deal, " Campbell said. "Auburn is getting a very smart player who can play anywhere in the secondary, cornerback or safety, and knows how to play in multiple types of coverage." Taylor ran a 4.36 in the 40-yard dash at a camp last week.