Twiggs County High School football coach Dexter Copeland was not at school Thursday but said he was upset by the news and worried about the impact it would have on the football program.
"It's definitely a black eye, but I don't know the particulars," Copeland
The 6-foot-1, 260-pound offensive and defensive tackle has entertained a number of NCAA Division I offers to play college football, but was waiting to get his
SAT scores up, Copeland
"It's bad for the community, for the school, the athletic program and for him," Copeland
"A young man with a bright future ahead of him, it's a shocker."Copeland
declined to comment on Warren's role in the incident and expressed doubt about whether Shine is guilty.
did it, I'm disappointed and hurt," Copeland