Dawg commits shine in North-South game 

December, 31, 2011
12/31/11
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The 67th North-South Classic saw two University of Georgia football commits making key plays, as the North defeated the South 20-3 at historic A.J. McClung Stadium on Friday.

Quayvon Hicks (Blackshear, Ga./Pierce County), who is committed to the Bulldogs as a fullback, commanded numerous double-teams throughout the day while playing on the South’s defensive line. Hicks still managed to get a quarterback sack, and his high school teammate Jake Walker kicked a 28-yard field goal to give the South a 3-0 lead in the second quarter.

The North team’s punter, Georgia commit Collin Barber (Cartersville, Ga./Cartersville), had the special teams play of the day with an 80-yard punt. Barber kicked from his team’s own 20-yard line, the ball landing on the South 10-yard line and rolling into the end zone for a touchback.
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