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UGA’s Sony Michel to host football camp in North Fulton

After rushing for more than 3,600 yards over four years with the Georgia Bulldogs, Sony Michel is gearing up for the next phase of his career.

But the former Bulldog back will take a break from his training on March 18 to coach up some youngsters in metro Atlanta.

On that day at Johns Creek High School, the man who scored the game-winning touchdown in the 2018 Rose Bowl will host a camp for ages 6 to 16, beginning at 1 p.m.


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The Sony Michel Football Camp has 250 spots and costs $125 per player. The camp is four hours long and players will receive individual instruction from Michel, according to a flyer on the running back’s Instagram page.

There are scholarships available for “underprivileged players.” For more information and to register, interested folks should visit EverettSM.com or call 864-350-1222.

The camp is non-contact, but players should dress in athletic clothes and wear cleats or sneakers.

In his four years in Athens, Michel tallied more than 4,200 all-purpose yards for the Bulldogs and scored 39 touchdowns — according to sports-reference.com — including 17 scores this past season, which helped Georgia win the SEC title for the first time since 2005.

A native of Orlando, Florida, the 5-foot-11, 215-pound running back is projected to be a second round pick by ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr.USA Today and WalterFootball.com.


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