Newtown Native, Council Rock North Grad Currently Playing as a Right Guard for Georgia State

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The Newtown player has been a great addition to the Georgia team.

A Bucks County football player has gone on to play for a major college team, and his position has garnered him international attention. Staff writers for Georgia State Sports wrote about the local player.

Pat Bartlett, a Newtown native and graduate of Council Rock High School North, is being recognized for his important role on Georgia State University’s football team. A right guard for the popular college team, the Bucks County native is a two-time All-Sun Belt guard, with second-team honors in 2022 following third-team accolades in 2021.

With a record 61 games under his belt, the Bucks County player is taking his skills he honed in the area to Georgia, play on one of the most elite teams in the South.

“Super senior cornerback Quavian White, the FBS active leader with 45 career passes defended, earned second-team All-Sun Belt honors,” the website said, “along with the Panthers’ offensive line due of center Malik Sumter and right guard Pat Bartlett, the sixth-year seniors who combined to play in 119 career games while blocking for the top rushing attack in the Sun Belt.”

Learn more about Bartlett’s time with the Georgia team at Georgia State Sports.

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