Meigs County quarterback Aaron Swafford commits to Navy

Meigs County quarterback Aaron Swafford (19) throws a pass on the run. The Jackson County Blue Devils visited the Meigs County Tigers in the first round of the TSSAA playoff on November 4, 2016.

Meigs County Mr. Football quarterback Aaron Swafford makes his college commitment.

Posted by Times Free Press Sports on Monday, June 3, 2019

DECATUR, Tenn. - Aaron Swafford, one of the Chattanooga area's top college football prospects in the rising senior class, saw no reason to delay his decision any longer. Meigs County's two-time all-state quarterback announced his commitment to Navy during an exclusive Facebook Live interview Monday afternoon with the Times Free Press.

"Playing football at a high level has always been my goal since I was a little kid," Swafford said. "Early on in the recruiting process I was told to go where you're wanted, and the coaches at Navy have proven for a while that they want me in their program, so I decided why wait and let someone else possibly take this opportunity that's mine.

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