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Devin Burns

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    College Choices

    School Interest Offer Visit Recruited by
    MarylandCOMMITTED (08/01/2009)Offered10/02/2009Tom Brattan
    ArkansasNoneOfferedNoneGarrick McGee
    AuburnNoneNoneTracy Rocker
    ClemsonNoneNoneBilly Napier
    Georgia TechNoneNone
    Mississippi St.NoneOfferedNone
    Southern MissNoneOfferedNoneChris Kapilovic
    UABNoneOfferedNoneCorey Barlow
    UCFNoneNoneBrent Key
    VanderbiltNoneOfferedNoneDes Kitchings

    Latest News

    Burns got a pleasent surprise from UGA12/01/2009

    Carver-Columbus quarterback Devin Burns had made up his mind early on in the summer. The 6-foot-2, 175-pound senior was going to play his football between the hedges and accept an offer from the University of Georgia. Problem was, the Bulldogs did not have the spot open to take a quarterback this year. On Tuesday, all of that changed.

    Athens hosting bigtime recruits11/11/
    Dawgs looking to patch things up with QB11/11/ Football Recruiting
    From the Road: Anderson on offense?09/29/ Football Recruiting
    Lot of talent headed to Athens this weekend09/11/
    Burns beaming after Terps commit08/03/
    Friday Night Lights Preview: Offense07/22/
    Dawg Night Notebook07/19/
    Carver invades Clemson07/17/
    Pivotal visit for Carver QB07/13/
    2010 Recruiting outlook - Offense07/07/
    Bulldogs offer three-star quarterback06/16/
    Burns with a bunch of offers05/13/ Football Recruiting
    Burns keeping options open05/04/
    Dual-threat QB talks Duke, recruiting04/22/2009Devils Illustrated
    Burns checks out Tech04/14/
    Georgia Junior Day Preview- Offense03/19/
    Offer number four in for Georgia QB03/04/
    Georgia QB on Razorback radar02/20/
    Video: Devin Burns runs the offense02/04/
    U.S. Army National All-Combine Team: Offense01/07/ Football Recruiting
    Juniors to Watch in Georgia: Part I08/25/