A potential breakout player in the state of Georgia this season is wide receiver/safety prospect Mykel Tubbs for Holy Innocents’. The 6’3″ Class of ’18 prospect was an impact player for his team two seasons ago but suffered an injury that sidelined him for the season last year.
Tubbs, who is right off the heels of a visit from Auburn, let Recruit Georgia know about how his offseason has gone thus far.
“It’s going pretty well, I’ve had two camps this summer after coming off of an ACL tear, and I’ll be heading to South Carolina on (July) 21st. I feel very confident about that visit.”
His freshman-year film is very impressive, and it speaks volumes to hear that colleges remain interested despite his injury. “I’ve been hearing from schools. UAB, Richmond, GT and South Carolina.”
Tubbs is a very impressive athlete, capable of making explosive plays on either side of the ball. He does an impressive job of high-pointing passes and using every bit of his 6’3″ frame.
With the season about 30 days away, Tubbs cannot wait to get back on the gridiron and gain more experience. “My goal for this fall is to emerge as the leader, because I feel that I’m going to have an exceptional year numbers wise but I want to become an all around player.”
The Class of ’18 prospect should be nearly unstoppable in region play this fall, so stay tuned to @RecruitGeorgia to hear the latest news on Tubbs and other athletes around the state.