Daily Trivia: Georgia high school where Minnesota’s Smith, Rutgers’ Haley played
The Big Ten’s weekly awards honored two former Georgia high school players. Minnesota RB Rodney Smith was the offensive player of the week. Smith had 257 all-purpose yards (including 111 rushing and a 94-yard kick-return touchdown) in a 34-32 victory over Rutgers. Penn State CB Grant Haley was the co-special teams player of the week. He blocked a field goal and returned it 60 yards for a touchdown in a 24-21 victory over Penn State. For which Georgia high schools did Smith and Haley play? (Answer Monday)
Answer to Thursday’s question: Auburn’s Montravius Adams, the SEC defensive lineman of the week, played high school football at Dooly County.
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I remember Rodney Smith as the player from Mundy’s Mill who about single-handedly ousted Lee County in the second round of the 2013 5-A playoffs. If you’d let him get to the edge, he would rack up the yardage. Think he had over 2000 yds. his senior year.
@SWGA Fan == Right you are. I used to watch him quite a bit. Mundy’s Mill is only about 4 miles from Lovejoy. Good ballplayer. He almost did the same thing to Gainesville with Watson.