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  • BIOS

    • George Foster

      Southeast High School in Macon had a short shelf life and was in operation for a little more than a decade. During that time period, which ran from 1988 until 2003, the school produced just one major college athlete and he was football player George Foster, an offensive lineman, who would go on to start two seasons at the University of Georgia. A giant of a man, who played in college at 6’5 and more than 330 pounds, he helped the Dogs to the 2002 SEC championship and their first 13 win season in school history and a final number 3 ranking in both major polls. Georgia averaged 32 points per game that season. George was invited to play in the 2003 Senior Bowl football game. He was a first round draft choice of the Denver Broncos in 2004 as the 20th overall pick. Foster spent three seasons at Denver starting all 16 games in both 2004 and 2005. During his professional career, which also included stints with the Lions, Browns, Saints and Colts he played in 67 games with 57 starts. (more)

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