By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Independent voices from the TWT Communities
"They're all seeing the potential he can have," said Bill Shaver, the coach at Thomas County Central. "The college game is much more geared to the passing game than we are in south Georgia. We're still a run-oriented area. The pass rush is what he does best. That's the way most people envision him: putting pressure on the passer."