From The Macon Telegraph
ATHENS -- The campus is sprawling. The football ambitions are small. The Wesleyan School never has harbored ambitions to be a feeder program to SEC football teams.
“In our high school there were, like 436 (students), and I graduated with, like 100,” said Merritt Hall, a member of the class of 2011. “It’s a fairly small school.”
And yet out of those 100 in that small graduating class from the school in Peachtree Corners, three are members of the sixth-ranked team in college football, Georgia, and two of them are starters on offense.
Incredibly, only one of them started out on scholarship. It wasn’t Hall, but he was just awarded one, having risen to the top of the depth chart at fullback, barely a year after coming to campus wondering if he could even hang with the team at practice.
Read the full article on Macon.com.
Merritt Hall articles from ESPN.com & Savannah Morning News.