Elisha Shaw recaps Georgia visit 

October, 16, 2012
CLARKSTON, Ga. -- Tucker (Ga.) High School head coach Bryan Lamar knows a good thing when he sees it, and he has a real talent in junior Elisha Shaw. The 6-foot-5, 293-pound lineman took snaps at left tackle, right tackle, defensive end, defensive tackle and tight end during Tucker’s recent game against Stephenson (Ga.) High School. Shaw appeared to be the strongest player in the trenches, pushing the line of scrimmage forward on offense and blowing through blockers on defense.

An ESPN Watch List member for the Class of 2014, Shaw’s weekly exploits are getting a lot of attention from college coaches.

“I have offers from Florida State, Alabama and UGA,” Shaw said. “They are all equal to me right now. Florida State is a good school. I like the way they coach. It’s the same at Alabama. Georgia: that is a real good team, just like Alabama.”
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