WARNER ROBINS, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – In Demon Country, four Warner Robins High football players committed to three different colleges all across the nation.
Defensive End Bryson Bagley and defensive back Shane Bowie committed to College of the Redwoods in California.
Bagley who said he loves to travel is looking forward to the move.
"I figure why not go to California," Bagley said, "I'm going there to play football and get an education."
For Bowie, he plans to make his family proud, by scoring big on the field and in the classroom. Bowie loves the game and hopes to get into sports management. Bowie and Bagley plan on rooming together in college.
"Just seeing everybody in life, I just feel like I made it," Bowie said.
Offensive tackle Brian Cornish committed to Fort Valley State University. Both Cornish's parents graduated from FVSU and his father played football there.
"I really wanted to be close to home," he said, "and you know, Fort Valley, I think it's a great college."
Running back Deanthony Mack committed to Hutchinson Community College in Kansas.
"They're a big power house in Kansas," Mack said, "and I want to win."