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Remember those cut scenes when an injured player would suddenly recover and come sprinting out on the field? That was always a rush when it was a marquee guy. Well, UGA commitment Chad Clay gave his team a boost like that last week. Receiver commitment Darion Anderson will do the same tomorrow night for Houston County.
Chad Clay overcame an early fall camp knee sprain and got back on the field last week for Peachtree Ridge. Christ Presbyterian took the Lions down by a 35-21 margin in a game that was closer than it seems. Christ Presbyterian scored with like a minute left, but that’s still an impressive point total against a team with a future SEC secondary.
The Lions had set a preseason goal to allow less than 10 points per game this year.
“We underestimated them big time and we had three turnovers inside our own 40,” Clay said.
Clay not only played, but fared well enough to earn a game ball for his efforts.
Anderson’s climb back took a lot more time. He tore the meniscus in his knee in late May and was just cleared to play last Thursday. His Houston County team will host Veterans on Thursday night.
“It feels great,” Anderson said. “I’ve been waiting to play for awhile now.”
Jeff Sentell covers UGA recruiting for AJC.com and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Follow him on Twitter for the latest on who’s on their way to play Between the Hedges.