Coach's take: Brendan Douglas 

May, 16, 2013
ATHENS, Ga. -- At a school like Aquinas -- a small Catholic high school in Augusta, Ga., with a total enrollment that hovers around 250 -- having a football player show up on major college programs’ radars is abnormal.

“It’s very, very uncommon,” Fightin’ Irish coach Matt LeZotte said. “We typically have a decent number of guys that walk on at the 1-AA level or Division II level, but very rare that we have a scholarship player, especially a scholarship to an SEC school.”

But Brendan Douglas is already an uncommon prospect.
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