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Dacula wide receiver Nash Henderson could be Tech target


Dacula High School wide receiver Nash Henderson visited Georgia Tech on Sept. 10, according to a post on Henderson’s Twitter page.

Henderson, a senior, posted four photos of his visit on Twitter after his visit to Tech for Tech’s 38-7 win over Vanderbilt. Henderson, a 6-foot, 160 pound senior from Dacula, Ga., is also listed as a cornerback.

In Henderson’s senior season highlight video, his defensive experience is seen on the offensive side of the ball as he blocks for the ball carrier as he runs downfield.

So far in his senior season, Henderson and the Dacula Falcons are 1-4. The Falcons are on a four game losing streak after winning their season opener over Central Gwinnett, 34-13. The Falcons most recently came off a shutout loss to Walton.

The Falcons had some time to rebuild with a bye week on Oct. 1. The Falcons play their next game on Friday against Apalachee High School.


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