Big Brodarious Hamm is one of the larger offensive linemen in the state of Georgia at 6-foot-5 and 316 pounds. Head Coach Nick Davis loves Brodarious’ size and upside. He also says the big man has very good movement for his size and has a long wingspan that helps him block. Brodarious says that his best skills on the field include his footwork that allows him to block well. Hamm shows off his athleticism when he is on the court playing for the Spalding basketball team. He is coming off of a knee injury, which caused him to miss both the football and basketball season last year as a sophomore. He was cleared to play again in mid-July so he was unable to attend camps this offseason. Now that he is healthy again, Brodarious has gained interest from schools like Georgia, Auburn, LSU, and Florida State. Coach Davis says that Hamm has great character and is very unselfish. He is very coachable and is a good listener who is always eager to learn more on the field and continue to improve. He actually made headlines when Georgia came out and offered a scholarship to Brodarious when he was just 15-years old. His favorite memory was when he made a stop on fourth-and-three against Eagle’s Landing. When Brodarious is not playing sports he enjoys spending time with friends and family. He would like to give credit and thanks to his head coach Nick Davis, his AAU coach James Forest and his uncle Mike for pushing him along the way and helping him get to where he is today. After hitting the recruiting trail at a young age, Brodarious is looking to make his final decision in the upcoming year to find the best fit for him at the next level.