Brooks County Freshman Becoming a Commodity

George Lamons showed flashes of early excellence during the 2023 season at Brooks County. He was just a freshman, and just cutting his teeth at the varsity level, but showed the athletic upside and physical dominance that the top percentile of recruits display at a young age. 

To put it succinctly, Lamons is a budding national recruit with some of the best upside of any freshman receiver in the state over the last decade. He is now up to 213 lbs., and colleges are starting to take notice of the smooth-running Brooks County freshman receiver.

“Everything has been going well,” Lamons said. “I have been getting offers and going on visits now; just ready for the season to start.”

Just this week, his offers have been leaping off the page with schools like Duke, Florida State, and Arkansas State jumping into the mix.  The offers are sure to continue for the class of ’27 receiver, all the while, he is looking to sharpen up his skills this offseason.

“I’ve been working on my routes and speed this offseason trying to get them better,” he said.

Lamons said he plans to visit UCF (his first college offer), Tennessee, and Florida State for the summer camp season as of now. His attendance among colleges could become more competitive as we enter the evaluation period, where Lamons will most likely see more programs jump into the picture. 


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