4-Star Len’Neth Whitehead Announces His Top 7 Schools

4-Star Len’Neth Whitehead Announces His Top 7 Schools

first_imgA general view of Georgia's football stadium.ATHENS, GA – NOVEMBER 24: A general view of Sanford Stadium during the game between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets on November 24, 2018 in Athens, Georgia. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)Len’Neth Whitehead is a superb athlete in the 2020 recruiting class. The Georgia recruit plays on both sides of the ball, but it sounds like he is destined to be a linebacker at the next level.Whitehead is ranked No. 218 overall in the class of 2020. He’s the No. 8 inside linebacker in the country, and No. 21 recruit from Georgia.This afternoon, he cut his list down to seven programs. It features the two Power Five programs from his home state, Georgia and Georgia Tech.They’re joined by South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Texas A&M, and Wisconsin. Four-star linebacker Len’Neth Whitehead’s tweet, announcing those top schools:Please respect my decision. I am now down to the final 7🤫 @ChadSimmons_ @Mansell247 pic.twitter.com/AmEnVX5NwN— juice 2.0🦍 (@LenNethW4) July 4, 2019As of today, one program appears to stand out for Whitehead, per the early predictions from a few analysts over at 247Sports.The crystal ball has four predictions so far. All have Whitehead heading to the Bulldogs. He’s also an up-and-coming movie reviewer.Len’Neth Whitehead (@LenNethW4) is more than just a recruit. He has a life outside recruiting too, and last night he saw the movie ‘Ma’. He gives his review of the @MAmovie to @Rivals. How many stars did ‘Ma’ get from Whitehead? Profile: https://t.co/QK8Z9tQQb9 pic.twitter.com/rpzvDCBD91— Chad Simmons (@ChadSimmons_) June 5, 2019The Bulldogs currently have the No. 5-ranked class in the country, and No. 3 in the SEC. So far they have one linebacker in the class, though it is a big one: five-star, No. 10 overall recruit Mekhail Sherman.Of the other programs in the top seven, Texas A&M is ranked No. 10 overall in the class of 2020, followed by South Carolina (18), Georgia Tech (21), Tennessee (23), Wisconsin (32), and Texas (43).last_img

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