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Seminole County’s Nick Cull on major colleges’ wish list

Pictured above are Nick Cull and his mother, Adriane Adams

Seminole County Middle High School  Indian Nick Cull is a 6’1” 180 pound cornerback from Donalsonville whose talents for playing football have caught the attention of top tier colleges throughout the country.

The Class of 2022 prospect has an 88 rating (high three-star) from 247 Sports, and he is in line for a bump up to four-star status when the sites update again. 247 Sports  considers him the 44th best cornerback  and 45th best player in Georgia.

Cull has offers from the Alabama Crimson Tide, Arkansas Razorbacks, Auburn Tigers, Florida Gators, Florida State Seminoles, Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, Indiana Hoosiers, LSU Tigers, Miami Hurricanes. Minnesota Golden Gophers, Nebraska Cornhuskers, Ole Miss Rebels, South Carolina Gamecocks, Syracuse Orange, Vanderbilt Commodores, Virginia Cavaliers, and the Wake Forest Demon Deacons – just to name a few.

Seminole County Indian head coach Cedric Stegall commented, “I have been impressed with his work ethic in the classroom as well as in the weight room preparing for the 2021 season. I’m confident that more offers will come his way. Just recently Nick was invited to participate in the Under Armor All-American camp at Denmark High School in North Atlanta. He represented Seminole County well at this event. 

“This process has been phenomenal, hearing all the things that the coaches love about me on and off the field. My hopes and  goals include continuing to work hard to be a outstanding student-athlete, graduate high school, earn a college degree, play professional football, and one day maybe come back and coach some future Indians,” Cull said.

Cull, the son of Adriane Adams, thanks his mom and his aunt Phyllis Rambo, for being there and making sure he stays on the right track, and thanks his cousins Baccari Rambo and Danny Rambo Jr. for training him and sharing with him their knowledge and skills of the game.

It should be noted that many of Cull’s top offers have come since the calendar turned to March, so he is clearly an ascendent prospect, with a bright and growing future.

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