Gimel President Picked For International Bowl

The past week has been a great one for 2012 Wando High defensive end Gimel President. Last week he made his decision to commit to the defending national champion Auburn Tigers. He also picked up another prestigious invitation to play in an all-star game for Team USA. Come inside for the details with President courtesy of SCPrepNation.com.

Gimel President Profile

Fresh off of a commitment to Auburn last week 2012 Wando High DE Gimel President got some more good news on Friday he says.

"Mr. Paul Spencer from the USA Football Under 19 National Team called my mother, Delores, and told her I was picked to play in the 2012 International Bowl on February 1, 2012 in Austin Texas."

"This is a great honor to receive this invitation."

President is currently rated 3-stars by Scout.com and is eager to get back on the field for his senior season. SCPrepNation.com will have more updates with President and other top prospects here in South Carolina so stay tuned!

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