West Forsyth senior Payton Dunagan announced his commitment Thursday to play football at Georgia Southern University.
Thank you family n coaches for believing n supporting my dreams to reach the next level. Excited to announce:— Payton Dunagan (@pdgridiron1) February 1, 2018
💙Georgia Southern💙#Committed #HailSouthern #GATA #hailsouthernandnoplaceelse @chadlunsford @Coach_Dodge @NotRightShootrz @WestFBRecruit @RecruitGeorgia pic.twitter.com/kOZd0H3DJg
Dunagan is the No. 27-ranked long snapper in the Class of 2018, according to Rubio Long Snapping. He was a first team all-region selection this past season to help the Wolverines go 7-4 with a loss in the first round of the Class 7A state playoffs.
Dunagan would be the third long snapper from Forsyth County to sign with Georgia Southern in recent years joining South Forsyth’s Jake Abraham (2012) and West Forsyth’s Travis Baugus (2015). He is also the second specialist from the county to commit to the Eagles with Lambert kicker/punter Bryce Christensen.
The Eagles went 2-10 overall and 2-6 in the Sun Belt Conference this past season.