Wolves travel in packs.

Two members of the Greenbrier High School Wolfpack are taking that to heart as they make the leap to the next level.

Joined by family, friends and coaches, Fazon Abrams and Eric (Tre) Harris III signed football scholarships with Division-III LaGrange College on Friday. The pair had been playing together for four years and planned on continuing their football careers together.

“It’s something I’ve wanted to do since I was a little kid and to be able to do it with one of my closest friends is a great feeling,” Harris said. “LaGrange offered me in February and me and Fazon were trying to play college football together and we went to a camp at LaGrange, then they offered him. Out of all our options of where to go, we decided LaGrange would be the best for us.”

While the opportunity to play together was the big draw, the proximity to home didn’t hurt much when it came to their final decision.

“It’s home. It’s back in Georgia, so I’m not that far away from my family and I’m going with my friend, so I’m not there alone,” Abrams said.

Abrams moved between defensive end and linebacker for the Wolfpack last season, racking up a healthy 66 tackles, 5.0 tackles for loss and a sack. Harris, meanwhile, was a jack of all trades and saw snaps on both sides of the ball as a threat in the run game, passing game and defense.

With the unorthodox end to the school year, Harris and Abrams have continued to work out on their own, lifting weights in Harris’ garage and running. With the current state of uncertainty around college football concerning player health and safety, Abrams shares that concern about this fall.

“I’m still thinking about it now, if we’re actually going to have a season in the fall, so I pray that we do,” he said.

Greenbrier finished 2-9 last season and 3-8 the year before. While that isn’t how both guys would’ve drawn up their junior and senior seasons, they learned a lot about themselves and their ability to get back to the grind, no matter the circumstances.

“At Greenbrier we haven’t always had the best luck during our seasons, but through it all we’ve kept our heads up, kept pushing everyday at practice and kept working hard,” Harris said. “We’re going to take that mindset to LaGrange.”

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