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Douglas County High School in Georgia has become a hub for budding talent, and one name that’s been making himself known both on and off the football field is Aaron Gregory. The 6’3, 173-pound 4-star athlete has been turning heads with his athleticism and academic prowess.

"I started playing football around 6/7 years old with the rec dept. I played basketball, flag football, then t-ball, when that was done my mom wanted me to move to baseball but my dad wanted to try tackle football. He won lol and here we are today," Gregory shared, reflecting on his journey into the sport.

Aside from his high school coaches, Gregory has honed his skills with the help of trainers like Raymond Webber at MTAG (More Than a Game) since the age of 8. He’s also collaborated with Dana Saunders of Wideoutville to refine his techniques. A track enthusiast since middle school, Gregory credits his athleticism to his early days of running track with his older sister.

His recruiting process has been nothing short of impressive. Since receiving his first offer from Kentucky after participating in the Atlanta Rivals camp, Gregory has garnered interest from a staggering 45 schools, including powerhouses like LSU, Ohio State, and Alabama.

"I feel like I have a good connection with LSU, Texas A&M, Ohio State, Alabama & Colorado. Just listening and watching the coaches with the players how hands on and open they are with the players. They can openly talk about plays and techniques that are comfortable or uncomfortable for them," Gregory commented on his recruitment journey.

As Gregory gears up for the upcoming football season, his dedication to his craft is evident. With a rigorous off-season regimen consisting of receiver training, track practice, and recovery sessions, he’s determined to perform at his peak.

Off the field, Gregory enjoys a balanced lifestyle, indulging in music, PlayStation gaming, and spending quality time with his family. But what truly sets him apart is his commitment to giving back to the community.

"My goal is to start hosting youth camps for kids that can’t afford the type of training I’ve been fortunate and blessed enough to receive," Gregory shared. "I like being able to work on routes or talk to the younger kids that look up to me."

With his eyes set on making a difference both on and off the field, Aaron Gregory is not just a standout athlete but also a role model in the making, embodying the true spirit of sportsmanship and community engagement.

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