Former UGA running backs Nick Chubb and Sony Michel were in Barnesville Sunday afternoon for a football camp that was moved here from Stratford Academy in Macon due to sloppy field conditions there. The camp was a sellout at 250 kids whose parents paid $190-$250 each for the experience. The money funded a four-year scholarship for a needy student. A throng of parents and grandparents was also in attendance. ‘This is great exposure for us and our facilities,’ LC head coach Jeff Sloan said.Chubb and Michel played in a national title game as UGA seniors. Chubb had 996 yards rushing as a rookie for the Cleveland Browns this past season. Michel had 931 yards for the New England Patriots and won the 2019 Super Bowl in which he scored the only touchdown.