2014 WR Coray Keel is burning defenses 

September, 27, 2012
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SNELLVILLE, Ga. -- Class of 2014 wideout Coray Keel (Snellville, Ga./South Gwinnett) stands out on a team loaded with receiving talent. And not just because the 6-foot-2, 185-pound junior is taller than his teammates, but because he can get vertical so quickly. Shiloh (Ga.) High School found that out the hard way last Friday when it came to town. Early in the second quarter, South Gwinnett quarterback Jordan Ramey found Keel on his way to the end zone without a defender anywhere close.

“It was blue-choice on our 40-yard line,” Keel said. “It was a roll out play. The corner tried to read the flats and I just ran right by him. The safety didn’t get off the hash quick enough so I just put the burners on him. The quarterback saw it and threw it in the endzone.”

That scene has played out before as Keel has scored four times this season despite having to share receptions with a number of seniors. His potential has netted an offer and a lot of attention.
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