When quarterback Davin Schuck went down with a pulled hamstring on the first play of Sunday’s camp at Valdosta State, Columbia head coach Brian Allen wasn’t worried.
The offer was too good to pass up.
Columbia’s high-flying aerial attack was the Tigers’ ultimate weapon last fall, propelling them to the Class 7A state semifinals.
It was a different summer for Columbia at the University of Central Florida.
It’s that time of the year when high school football players start getting recognized by college coaches.