Georgia fans have plenty to be proud of when it comes to their historic lineage of running backs. And the Bulldogs’ top commit for 2018 is already showing potential to add to that lineage.
Zamir White, from Scotland County High School in Laurinburg, N.C., needed just one carry to find pay dirt in his first high school scrimmage of the season.
White took a simple hand-off up the middle and evaded a pair of arm tackles before finding an open lane and easily separating himself from the pack on his first carry against Dillon, S.C., on Thursday. That play went 65 yards for a touchdown.
— Scots Football (@Scots_Football) August 11, 2017
He finished the scrimmage with 118 rushing yards on three carries.
White is listed as a 5-star prospect on 247Sports’ team composite rankings. In addition to that, he’s ranked as the No. 1 running back in the country.
It was easy to see why after just one play. And while it was just a simple high school scrimmage, Georgia fans have plenty to be excited about.