Two Benjamin E. Mays football players, Natrez Patrick and Dallas Warmack, both traveled to the Nike headquarters in Oregon in early July to participate in the invite only football camp “The Opening.”
The Opening is a national football camp hosted by Nike for the top 162 high school football players in the nation. Players are selected by Student Sports after film and/or in person evaluations. The camp consists of intense training, coaching and national competition.
After receiving multiple offers from across the nation, Patrick and Warmack have both committed to the schools of their choice before the start of their senior season.
Patrick, a 6-4, 240 defensive lineman is ranked by 247 Sports as the No. 7 weak side defensive end and No.77 overall prospect in the country. He’s known for his great pass rushing ability and is capable of playing the outside linebacker position as well. Patrick has received offers from Alabama, Auburn, LSU and Ole Miss as well as other top programs. With multiple offers on the table he has chosen to stay in his home state and play for the Georgia Bulldogs.
Warmack is a 6-2, 320 offensive guard and the younger brother of former Alabama All-American and current Tennessee Titan, Chance Warmack. He is ranked as the No. 7 offensive guard in the nation by 247 Sports. With multiple offers on the table including an offer from UGA, he decided to follow his brother’s footsteps and play for the Crimson Tide.
Tough competition is to be expected for the 2014 football season amongst Atlanta teams with a heap of top commits and prospects spread throughout the district. APS Media Day is Wednesday, July 23 at Maynard Jackson High School at 10:00 a.m.
See a list of players with commitments, offers and interest from colleges below:
Aaron Williams- Committed to Univ. of Nebraska
Natrez Patrick- Committed to UGA
Dallas Warmack- Committed to Univ. of Alabama
Aaron Cochran- Committed to Univ. of Louisville
Tyshawn Brown- Central Fla., Ole Miss, Purdue, Indiana
Mason Sims- Hampton, Georgia State
Malik Makey- Middle Tennessee State University
Khalil Brooks- Fordham, Georgia State, Western Kentucky
Charlie Patrick- Army, Western Kentucky, Georgia State
Deparis Carter- Eastern Kentucky
Kelsey Tyler- Eastern Kentucky
Tobias Little (2016)- Clemson, S. Carolina, Georgia Tech
Randercous Davis (2016)- Louisville, Kentucky
Marquez Daniel (2016)- Alabama Statw
Deshawn Walker- UNC Charlotte, Mercer, Georgia State, Indiana, Jacksonville State
Robert Walters- Columbia University, Yale
Keenan Moore- West Georgia, Tennessee State, Fort Valley State
Quintavious Monday (2016)- UGA, Georiga State, UAB, Southern Miss, Louisville
Orenzo Smith (2016)- UGA, Univ. of South Carolina, Louisville, Georgia State and Southern Miss
Marlon Character (2016)
UGA, Ole Miss, Alabama, S. Carolina, Kentucky, Virginia Tech
Georgia Tech, UAB, Georgia Southern, Kentucky
Amyr Smith- Bethune Cookman
Keenan Marr- Clemson
Tyri Jones- Middle Tennessee State, Rhodes College, Olaf College
Jaybron Webb- Iowa State, Western Carolina, Wingate, Georgia Tech
Satchel Crawford- Auburn, Furman, Western Kentucky, Elon, Mercer, Western Carolina
Ronquavious Cullins- Tennessee State, Delta State, Middle Tennessee State, East Tennessee State
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