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Jefferson and McMillon Commit to SEC Heavyweights

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Van Jefferson picked the Georgia Bulldogs over Ohio State and Tennessee in an announcement at Ravenwood High School before football practice on Monday.

Jefferson (6-2, 180) is the No. 2 overall player in the state of Tennessee according to 247sports.com and No. 1 wide receiver becomes Georgia's 21st commitment for the class of 2015.

"They are getting the best route running wide receiver I have been around in my 16 years of coaching," Ravenwood head coach Will Hester said. "His pedigree is impeccable and He will compete everyday he is a Bulldog."

The addition of Jefferson continues to strengthen Georgia's 2015 class as the Bulldogs currently are No. 3 overall class in the country

Jefferson is coming off a very good junior season where he caught 87 passes for 1,251 yards and 14 touchdowns.

He joins Columbia tight end Jackson Harris as instate Georgia commitments in the 2015 class.

Jefferson was recently selected as the 2014 Tennessee Preseason Offensive MVP in Athlon's National High School Magazine.

Watch Jefferson's Hudl Highlight Film Here:

http://www.hudl.com/athlete/2559569/highlights/101677394

McMillon To Roll With The Crimson Tide
Whitehaven linebacker Joshua McMillon picked his college choice in front of a packed auditorium of his peers.

McMillon (6-3, 240) selected Alabama and became the 21st commitment for the Crimson Tide in the class of 2015.

He chose the Crimson Tide over other finalists Michigan, Auburn and Ole Miss.

"There were several factors that played into Alabama's favor," McMillon said.

"First, it's close to home, they have a great engineering program and look at their linebacker tradition for putting players in the NFL."

McMillon is coming off a good junior season in 2013 as he made 88 tackles, 25 of those were for loss, 14 sacks, four forced fumbles, two interceptions and five pass breakups.

McMillon, the No. 12 overall prospect in the state by 247sports.com adds to an already impressive 2015 class that is ranked No. 1 overall by 247sports.com.

He joins Ensworth defensive back Rico McGrew as instate Alabama commitments after McGrew changed his commitment to the Crimson Tide from Georgia last month.

McMillon was recently selected as the 2014 Tennessee Preseason Defensive MVP in Athlon's National High School Magazine.

Watch McMillon's Hudl Highlight Film Here:

http://www.hudl.com/athlete/491152/highlights/95378380

He is the 28th commitment in the Volunteer State in the class of 2015 joining Ravenwood wide receiver Van Jefferson,
East Literature athlete Lennox McAfee (Wofford), Ensworth defensive back Rico McGraw (Alabama), Centennial wide receiver Emanuel Hall (Missouri), Father Ryan safety Andrew Rector (Wake Forest), Knoxville Webb Linebacker Brant Mitchell (Georgia Tech), Southwind defensive end John McDougle (Memphis), MUS defensive end Peyton Jones (Memphis), Oakland linebacker Josh Smith (Vanderbilt), Franklin kicker/punter Corey Fatony (Missouri), Oakland tight end Kyle Oliver (Tennessee), Notre Dame Athlete Kareem Orr (Louisville), South Doyle running back Joc Bruce (Tennessee), Columbia tight end Jackson Harris (Georgia), Knoxville West running back Nathan Cottrell (Georgia Tech), Baylor quarterback Nick Tiano (Mississippi State), Memphis Central Athlete Deddrick Thomas (Mississippi State), Signal Mountain offensive lineman Harrison Moon (Mississippi State), Ridgeway defensive tackle Elontae Bateman (Arkansas State), Ridgeway running back Earl Harrison (Arkansas State), Melrose Safety Tony Pollard (Memphis), Blackman Athlete Jauan Jennings (Tennessee), Nashville Overton defensive back Ugo Amandi (Ole Miss), Ensworth defensive back Donovan Sheffield (Vanderbilt), Oakland offensive lineman Jack Jones (Tennessee), Maryville defensive end Dylan Jackson (Tennessee), Coalfield offensive lineman Zack Stewart (Tennessee) and Clinton wide receiver Jaylond Woods (Tennessee)

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