May 19, 2013

Autry goes on the record

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NORCROSS, Ga. - Class of 2014 wide receiver Myles Autry has been busy this spring but not practicing with his team during Norcross high school's spring practice but rather going through rehab on a significant knee injury that happened during the Georgia state playoffs last season.



The 5-foot-10, 175-pounder tore his knee ligaments during the state semi-finals but still played during the state championship game the following week before undergoing surgery to repair is ACL. Autry is still a couple of weeks away from being fully cleared to go but is ahead of schedule and big things are on the horizon for Autry's senior season coming up at Norcross high school.



Autry admitted that he was afraid that schools might back off of him when he got hurt and was pleasantly surprised that schools stayed with him during the process and have been keeping tabs on his recovery from his injury.



Ohio State at one point appeared to be the favorite for Autry, but as time went on it seemed that the Buckeyes started to fade for the four star prospect. Is that the case or has there just been a disconnect in information on the talented player? We asked him where things stand in his recruitment with his favorites and if any visit plans are on the horizon.



Check out what Autry had to say in this exclusive interview with us on our Southern Swing at length in this extended sit-down. You'll only find it here on BuckeyeGrove.com.














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