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Football fever got the best of four Pioneers over the weekend as they made the trip to Nashville in hopes of catching the eye of James Franklin and other college coaches.Upcoming seniors Logan Wanamaker and Lee Carden, along with juniors Tristan Reish and Jarrett Winfree, attended camp at Vanderbilt University to showcase their skills and learn from the popular Commodore coach.Getting instruction from SEC coaches and going up against some of the best talent in the state gave the four Pioneers a good weekend of work on the gridiron. It was the third time Wanamaker has made the trip to Vanderbilt for camp and the 6-foot-5, 290-pound offensive lineman is hopeful he turned some heads with his play at the camp. With his final season at Warren County coming up, Wanamaker wants to impress so he can continue his career in college.Wanamaker was pleased with the camp, one where he thought he performed well in individual drills.“It was a great experience to be able to see what kind of competition is out there, especially the SEC talent involved,” said Wanamaker.