City: Toledo , OH
|Name||Rating||Ht./Wt.||High School||Position||Colleges Considering|
|Milton Patterson||B-||5'11"/235||Banneker High School||Linebacker||Akron and Toledo|
|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|
North Gwinnett’s Michael Tamburo is getting more attention from mid-level programs, but he’s still holding out for bigger offers. Liberty recently offered a scholarship to the 6-1, 185 pound quarterback and Ohio University contacted North Gwinnett coach Bob Sphire on Wednesday. Memphis also left a message with the coach wanting to know if Tamburo had committed. “I’m assuming they’re getting ready to offer,” Sphire said. Tamburo has offers from Air Force, Tulsa, Louisiana-Monroe, Toledo and Bowling Green. He also has visited Central Florida and South Florida. Sphire, who earlier this month sent out video to more than 450 schools, said interest is picking up in Tamburo. “All this stuff is starting to happen a little bit,” Sphire said, but added that his quarterback is very low key about it. “Right now, he’s just trying to help us win a championship. He’s focused on the team first.”
North Gwinnett quarterback Michael Tamburo said he is a finalist for an offer from South Carolina. "If they offer me, I'm probably going to commit, " Tamburo said. Tamburo said he has been keeping in contact with South Carolina assistants David Reaves and Shane Beamer since attending camp last month. Tamburo said that South Carolina likely will sign only one quarterback this year, and he was one of three the Gamecocks are considering. The 6-foot-1, 185-pound Tamburo has offers from Tulsa, Toledo, Bowling Green, Air Force and Louisiana-Monroe. He is a member of the AJC's Georgia Top 150.
Quarterback Michael Tamburo, who led North Gwinnett to an appearance in last year’s Class AAAAA championship game, said Marshall may be the next school to offer. The 6-foot-1, 185-pound quarterback is a member of the AJC’s The Georgia 150. “Marshall has sent me some letters, telling me I’d be a great addition to the team,” Tamburo said. “We’ve called up there, and waiting to hear back from them. I’m excited, Marshall has a top program.” Tamburo has offers from Tulsa, Air Force, Louisana-Monroe, Toledo and Bowling Green, while drawing interest from several other schools.