If you ever make it up to Scotland County, then you know about the Richmond game. Zamir White, the 5-star Georgia commitment, makes it clear.
“That’s the one,” White told Dawgnation earlier this year.
White continues to add one exclamation point after another to his senior season. He came into Friday night’s game with Richmond with 117 carries for 1625 yards and 27 touchdowns. That was good for 13.9 yards per rushing attempt and 180 yards per night.
He sips the Gatorade in the second half on a lot of those nights. Just not last night along a 69-47 win against Richmond.
“Zeus” dug a little deeper for that one.
White rolled up 310 yards on 22 carries. He scored five times, including a 90-yard kickoff return that marked his third touchdown of the first quarter.
It meant he traced 14.1 yards per attempt across the stat sheet on Friday night. It meant Scotland’s seventh-straight win in the series.
White rates as the nation’s No. 1 RB for 2018 this year. He committed to Georgia back on June 27. That was his mother’s birthday.
Check those highlights. It seems like he had his A-game last night against Richmond with scores from 2, 6, 22 and 30 yards plus that long kickoff return.
The Zamir White resume as the nation’s No. 1 RB
The legend continues to grow. He now has 35 touchdowns this year in 10 games while being used very sparingly. Scotland County coach Richard Bailey has made it a point over the last two seasons not to extend his superstar while he has such a bright future in the game up ahead.
White now has 35 touchdowns this year. He cracked the 7,000 career yard mark last night. White’s career touchdown tally is now at 124.
The 5-star RB will enroll early in January. The U.S. Army All-American has been seen as an SEC-ready back for at least the last two seasons.
His teammates swear up and down that he never sweats. When you see him practice, he takes a knee while the other Scots head to the water buckets or the water bottles.
White will even time to go horseback riding on the weekends.
He’s now averaging almost 10 yards per carry across his four seasons at Scotland County High. The first time he touched the football as a varsity player, he took it for a touchdown.
The first time he touched the football in the Scotland County rec leagues, he also took it for a touchdown.
— Brandon Dunn (@BDunnsports) November 4, 2017