Jarrett Burns, safety prospect from Lee High School in Huntsville, (Ala.), suffered a minor knee…
Lee-Huntsville travels to Scottsboro
Scottsboro comes in with a 5-2 record with impressive wins over defending 4A champ, Guntersville, and a 20-0 decision over Etowah. The two losses were close games with power house North Jackson, and then a surprising upset loss to Albertville last week.
While Scottsboro has lost two of their last three games Lee's Jarrett Burns knows his team will need a very good effort to earn a victory.
"Oh, we know it's going to be a tough game up there," Jarrett Burns said from his home in Huntsville (Ala). "We'll need to play very well to get out of there with a win."
Burns is coming off his first game at 100 percent since Week 3, and it showed on the stat sheet.
"I had two interceptions, three pass break-ups, five tackles and two receptions for 65 yards last week. I feel like I'm 100 percent again," Burns stated.
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