Divaad Wilson (8) and Dominick Blaylock (8) Days Until Football

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Divaad Wilson (8) and Dominick Blaylock (8) Days Until Football

Divaad Wilson (8)
Divaad Wilson (8)

2018: Made his collegiate debut in extensive action vs. Texas in the Sugar Bowl…had four tackles in the game, including one for lost yardage, and also a pass breakup…made his first dress roster of the season for the Auburn game…enrolled at UGA in January and participated in spring drills before being sidelined by a knee injury.

High School: Miami Northwestern HS, coached by Max Edwards…247Sports.com four-star prospect…Ranked as the #26 defensive back nationally, #242 overall prospect nationally and the #46 prospect in Florida…PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, #217 nationally and a member of the Top 350 All-American Team…ESPN.com four-star prospect, ranked #205 nationally and the #26 CB…Rivals.com four-star prospect, ranked as the #26 CB and the #51 prospect in Florida…Captained Miami Northwestern to a 13-2-1 season and the FHSAA Class 6A Title in 2017, as well as a No. 3 ranking in Florida, the No. 10 ranking nationally and a berth in the GEICO State Champions Bowl Series…made eight interceptions in his senior season, along with two punt returns for touchdowns and a 55-yard touchdown pass…snagged a diving interception in the state championship game vs. Armwood…transferred to Northwestern from Monsignor Pace following his junior year…named to the 2016 Miami Herald All-Dade County Class 5A (Independent) First Team defense in his junior season…made five interceptions and 80 tackles as a junior at Monsignor Pace…also competed in the 100 meters, 200 meters, 4×100 meter relay, high jump and long jump for the Northwestern and Monsignor Pace track and field teams…placed third in the long jump and ran a leg on the champion 4×100 meter relay team for Northwestern at the 2017 FHSAA State Championships.

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Personal:  Full name DIVAAD ANTHONY WILSON…intended major:  Art…recipient of the William K. Holmes Scholarship.

Dominick Blaylock (8)
Dominick Blaylock (8)

High School: Walton, coached by Daniel Brunner…Selected to play for Team East at the 2019 All-American Bowl…247sports.com five-star prospect…Ranked as the #34 prospect nationally, #6 wide receiver nationally, #7 player in Georgia…PrepStar Magazine five-star prospect, #8 prospect nationally, #1 ranked WR and a member of the Top 150 Dream Team…ESPN.com four-star prospect,  #33 prospect nationally, #4 WR nationally, #6 player in Georgia…Rivals.com four-star prospect, #55 prospect nationally, #9 WR nationally, #8 prospect in the Georgia…accumulated 52 TDs and over 3,500 yards of total offense in his Walton career…named to the 2018 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Preseason Super 11…helped lead Walton to a 10-2 record, a top 20 ranking in the state, and an appearance in the quarterfinals of the 2018 Class 7A state playoffs…as a senior, caught 60 passes for 1,052 yards and eight TDs, while gaining 216 rushing yards on 53 carries for 10 touchdowns…member of Marietta Daily Journal Dynamite Dozen…participated in Nike’s The Opening 2018 Finals…as a junior, he caught 52 passes for 900 yards and seven TDs, while adding 270 rushing yards on 38 carries for 10 TDs…named 2017 All-State 7A Honorable Mention offense by the GSWA and AJC…as a sophomore, named to the MaxPreps 2016 Football Sophomore All-American Second Team offense, GSWA All-State 7A Honorable Mention in addition to All-Region (4-7A)…tallied 59 catches for 904 yards and eight touchdowns in his sophomore campaign…Earned offensive MVP honors at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl national combine…played club 7vs7 football for Hustle Inc. 7v7 in 2018.

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Personal:  Full name DOMINICK OSHAY BLAYLOCK…Intended Major:  Unspecified…son of former NBA All-Star Mookie Blaylock.

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Greg is closing in on 11 years writing about and photographing UGA sports. While often wrong and/or out of focus, it has been a long, strange trip full of fun and new friends.