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August 8, 2014
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Preseason All-State Teams

Three top prospects lead GAC in AA

Greater Atlanta Christian, a 10-win team the past two seasons but looking for its first state title, leads Class AA with three preseason all-state picks. Those are running back Micah Abernathy, receiver Darius Slayton and linebacker Tyler Cooksey.


Cooksey is committed to Georgia Tech. Abernathy and Slayton are two of four top-25 senior recruits from AA in the state, according to the 247Sports Composite state rankings. The other two are Macon County's Roquan Smith (No. 10) and Hapeville Charter's Adren Key (No. 14). Abernathy is 18th, Slayton 21st.


The deepest position is probably the defensive line. Macon County's Malik Walker, Dublin's Juwan Wells and Lovett's Jack Gearon all have Division I offers. So does Key, a transfer from M.L. King who is committed to Tennessee. Tremond Ferrell of Washington-Wilkes is a returning all-state punter.

We did not get a nomination for punter but chose Willie Candler, who handles the position well, but is better known as quarterback for defending AA champion Lovett.



QB - Kevin Johnson, Pace Academy, Sr.

RB - Micah Abernathy, Greater Atlanta Christian, Sr.

RB - Duranta Dunson, Heard County, Sr.

RB - Deshawn Waller, B.E.S.T. Academy, Sr.

WR - Darius Slayton, Greater Atlanta Christian, Sr.

WR - Brad Stewart, Benedictine, Sr.

OL - James Banister, Lamar County, Sr.

OL - Levi Brown, Heard County, Sr.

OL - Damion Kemp, Greene County, Sr.

OL - Mikael Mays, Groves, Sr.

OL - Allen Robinson, Thomasville, Sr.

ATH - Jordan Black, Vidalia, Sr.

PK - Andres Aparicio, Greene County, Sr.



DL - Juwan Wells, Dublin, Sr.

DL - Arden Key, Hapeville Charter, Sr.

DL - Jack Gearon, Lovett, Sr.

DL - Tremond Ferrell, Washington-Wilkes, Sr.

DL - Malik Walker, Macon County, Sr.

LB - Dax Bishop, Model, Sr.

LB - Tyler Cooksey, Greater Atlanta Christian, Sr.

LB - Robert Muschamp, Darlington, Sr.

LB - Roquan Smith, Macon County, Sr.

DB - Connor Dolan, Holy Innocents', Sr.

DB - Exavius Medlock, Brooks County, Sr.

DB - Antoine Wilder, Hapeville Charter, Sr.

DB - Charlie Woerner, Rabun County, Jr.

P - Willie Candler, Lovett, Sr.


Coming Monday: Class A preseason all-state team.


Countdown to the Super 11: The top 22

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, in conjunction with Georgia High School Football Daily, will announce its annual Super 11 team on Aug. 15. The Super 11 team has been picked each season since 1985.


Below are the final 22. Included are the players' national position ranking and state ranking as college prospects according to the 247Sports Composite rankings. However, the players' production and value as high school players are more significant in the final selection.


*RB/DB Micah Abernathy (Greater Atlanta Christian): Abernathy rushed for 1,664 yards and 20 touchdowns for a 10-2 team in 2013. 247Sports Composite: No. 19 player in Georgia, No. 20 CB in nation


*LB/DL Mekhi Brown (Carver-Columbus): Brown was a first-team all-state linebacker 2013, when he had 56 tackles, 14 tackles for losses, 11 sacks, 12 pass break-ups and four forced fumbles. He is committed to Alabama.247Sports Composite: No. 7 player in Georgia, No. 4 WDE in nation


*RB Kawon Bryant (North Oconee): Bryant was named the Class AAA offensive player of the year last season after rushing for 2,559 yards and scoring 41 touchdowns. He is uncommitted. 247Sports Composite: No. 131 player in Georgia, No. 108 RB in nation


*OL Chuma Edoga (McEachern): Edoga graded at 90 percent with 35 pancake blocks last season and was named first-team all-state in Class AAAAAA on a semifinal team. Edoga is committed to Southern Cal. 247Sports Composite: No. 3 player in Georgia, No. 3 OT in nation


*RB/LB Ruben Garnett (Aquinas): Garnett was named the Class A offensive player of the year last season after leading Aquinas to its first state championship. He had 1,928 yards rushing and 279 receiving and made 58 tackles on defense. 247Sports Composite: No. 90 player in Georgia, No. 32 all-purpose RB in nation


*WR/DB Terry Godwin (Callaway): Godwin was a first-team all-state receiver in AAA last season after catching 24 passes for 585 yards and nine touchdowns. He also had 38 tackles, five interceptions and three pass break-ups for a team that finished 12-2. 247Sports Composite: No. 4 player in Georgia, No. 1 ATH in nation


*QB/DB A.J. Gray (Washington County): Gray made first-team all-state as a defensive back and threw for 1,913 yards and rushed for 1,324 as a quarterback on a 13-1 team. He is committed to Georgia Tech. 247Sports Composite: No. 68 player in Georgia, No. 42 safety in nation


*RB Taj Griffin (McEachern): Griffin rushed for 1,225 yards and nine touchdowns on an 11-3 team. He is committed to Oregon. 247Sports Composite: No. 6 player in Georgia, No. 1 all-purpose RB in nation


*OL Mitch Hyatt (North Gwinnett): Hyatt was a first-team all-state selection in AAAAAA last season and was voted offensive lineman of the year by Gwinnett County coaches. He has committed to Clemson. 247Sports Composite: No. 2 player in Georgia, No. 2 OT in nation


*OL Kaleb Kim (Mill Creek): Kim had an overall blocking grade of 88 percent with 37 pancake blocks for an offense that averaged more than 420 yards per game. He was named first-team all-state in Class AAAAAA last season. Kim is committed to Auburn. 247Sports Composite: No. 25 player in Georgia, No. 25 OT in nation


*RB Mikell Lands-Davis (Alexander): Lands-Davis was named first-team all-state in AAAA after rushing for 2,374 yards on an 8-5 team. Lands-Davis is committed to Georgia Tech. 247Sports Composite: No. 54 player in Georgia, No. 41 RB in nation


*DL Natrez Patrick (Mays): Patrick was named first-team all-state in AAAAA after recording 83 tackles, 27 tackles for losses, 17 sacks and three defensive touchdowns on an 8-4 team. Patrick is committed to Georgia. 247Sports Composite: No. 11 player in Georgia, No. 7 WDE in nation


*QB Tyler Queen (North Cobb): The 6-foot-3, 235-pound senior passed for 2,172 yards and 22 touchdowns and rushed for 434 yards and nine TDs for a team that went 9-3. Queen is committed to Auburn.247Sports Composite: No. 28 player in Georgia, No. 9 pro-style QB in nation


*DL Chauncey Rivers (Stephenson): Rivers was named first-team all-state in AAAAA after recording 108 tackles, 29 tackles for losses and 15 sacks for a 9-3 team. Rivers is committed to Georgia. 247Sports Composite: No. 14 player in Georgia, No. 10 WDE in nation


*DB Rashad Roundtree (Lakeside-Evans): The safety made first-team all-state in AAAAA and was the Region 2-AAAAA defensive player of the year. He finished with 97 tackles and four interceptions. 247Sports Composite: No. 9 player in Georgia, No. 5 S in nation


*DB/KR Yaquis "Duke" Shelley (Tucker): Shelley was named first-team all-state in AAAAA after finishing with 44 tackles and six interceptions. He scored touchdowns on three interception returns, four kickoff returns and one punt return and scored three TDs on offense. 247Sports Composite: No. 37 player in Georgia, No. 33 CB in nation


*LB/RB Roquan Smith (Macon County): Smith was named first-team all-state in AA after finishing with 101 tackles, 36 tackles for losses, 12 sacks, four interceptions, five forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries and two defensive touchdowns. He had 106 yards rushing, 609 yards receiving and nine touchdowns on offense. 247Sports Composite: No. 8 player in Georgia, No. 5 OLB in nation


*WR Jayson Stanley (Creekside): Stanley finished with 41 receptions for 817 yards and 16 touchdowns for a 15-0 team. 247Sports Composite: No. 22 player in Georgia, No. 27 WR in nation


*RB Eric Swinney (Sandy Creek): Swinney had 1,289 yards rushing, 343 yards receiving and scored 28 touchdowns for an 11-1-1 team. He is committed to Ole Miss. 247Sports Composite: No. 12 player in Georgia, No. 10 RB in nation


*DL Trenton Thompson (Westover): Thompson was named first-team all-state in AAAA after finishing with 83 tackles, 38 tackles for losses and 12 sacks. He will announce his college choice on Tuesday.247Sports Composite: No. 1 player in Georgia, No. 1 DT in nation


*DL D'Andre Walker (Hughes): Walker became the first first-team all-state player in school history when he was named to the AAAAAA team last season. He was his region's defensive player of the year. 247Sports Composite: No. 16 player in Georgia, No. 12 WDE in nation


*WR Preston Williams (Lovejoy): Williams was named AAAAAA offensive player of the year after catching 56 passes for 1,402 yards for a 10-2 team. He is committed to Tennessee. 247Sports Composite: No. 5 player in Georgia, No. 3 WR in nation

New Coaches

Class AA

GHSF Daily is chronicling the many coaching changes in the offseason. We continue today with Class AA.


Number of hires: 10

Best hire: Mike Martin

Hardest to replace: Franklin Stephens

Best job: Lamar County

Toughest job: Social Circle

Most interesting: Muhammad Abdellatif was becoming something of a rising star as defensive coordinator at Washington-Wilkes. Armuchee called him this offseason to return to his alma mater, where he becomes the second-youngest head coach in Georgia at age 27. Abdellatif is originally from Chicago and moved to Floyd County as an eighth-grader.


Region 2

*Bacon County hired Cook coach Ken Cofer to replace Hildrick Garrison, who was 4-6 in one season. Cofer was 32-15 in four seasons at Cook, where he had been offensive coordinator until 2010.


*Groves hired Effingham County assistant Mike Martin to replace the retiring Greg Hunter. Martin formerly was head coach at Windsor Forest, where he was 29-25 in five seasons, reaching the playoffs four times. He left and became offensive coordinator at South Effingham, partly because of Savannah schools' decision to play in the highest classification despite much smaller enrollment. Groves in 2012 began playing in Class AA. Hunter, who was 14-37 in five seasons, is a Groves alumnus who coached at the Savannah school for 30 years.


*McIntosh County Academy hired Pierce County defensive coordinator Gary Mintier to replace Keith Gosse, who was 18-15 in three seasons. Mintier, a native of New Jersey, also was defensive coordinator at Crisp County and Brantley County under Sean Pender. Gosse, who was 18-15 in three seasons, is now assistant head coach and special teams and offensive line assistant at Turner County.


Region 4

*Lamar County promoted defensive coordinator Jamie Abrams to replace Franklin Stephens, who took the Ware County job. Abrams has been a head coach at Wadley in Alabama and has been an assistant at Dublin, East Paulding and Woodland (Ala.). Stephens was 26-2-1 in two seasons.


*Monticello hired Cairo defensive coordinator Doug Huff to replace Eddie Roberts. Huff, a former Georgia football player, had been Monticello's head coach and athletics director from 2003 to 2006 and was an assistant for four seasons before that. The 2003 season (6-4) was the Hurricanes' last winning campaign. Huff was defensive coordinator at Morgan County after leaving Monticello. Roberts, who was 11-29 in four seasons, is now an area representative for Fellowship of Christian Athletes.


Region 5

*Chattahoochee County hired Schley County coach Josh Kemp to replace Russell Morgan. Kemp started Chattahoochee County's program in 2006 and was 28-16 in four seasons, but the Panthers haven't had a winning season since Kemp's last in 2009 (9-2). Kemp was offensive coordinator for one season at Carver of Columbus, whose star at the time was Isaiah Crowell. Morgan, who was 7-23 in three seasons, is now an assistant at Villa Rica.


Region 7

*Armuchee hired Washington-Wilkes defensive coordinator Muhammad Abdellatif, an alumnus, to replace Preston Cash. Abdellatif, 27, is believed to be the second-youngest head coach in Georgia behind James Leonard, also 27, of Aquinas. Abdellatif was an assistant at McIntosh County Academy before going to Washington-Wilkes with coach Robby Robinson. Cash, who was 2-18 in two full seasons, is now an assistant coach at Coosa.

*Chattooga hired Summerville Middle School coach Charles Hammon to replace Clay Livingstone, who was 4-16 in two seasons. Hammon was head coach of Valley Head (Ala.) and improved the program's victory total each season from 1-9 in 2001 to 9-3 in 2005.


Region 8

*Oglethorpe County hired Wildwood (Fla.) coach Jimbo Hale to replace Larry Milligan. Hale was head coach of Covenant Christian in Macon in 2012. Hale has coached at Coosa, Long County, First Presbyterian and Trinity Bible College in North Dakota. Milligan, who was 14-36 in five seasons, has returned to coaching in his hometown of Fernandina Beach, Fla. 


*Social Circle hired Monroe Area defensive coordinator Chad Estes to replace Ron Sebree, who was winless in his two seasons. Estes has been a head coach at Salem (2006-09) and Mundy's Mill (2003-04) and has a 35-25-1 record. Sebree is now the regional scouting director for Next Level Athlete, which showcases Georgia prospects for college coaches.


Still on the job: AA

Bowdon's Dwight Hochstetler is the active leader in career victories now that Lincoln County's Larry Campbell is retired. He's also the longest-tenured head coach at one public school in Georgia. He took the Bowdon job in 1988.


27 - Dwight Hochstetler, Bowdon

19 - Jimmie Lewis, Harlem

14 - Trey Woolf, Early County

14 - J.B. Arnold, Jefferson County

13 - Roger Holmes, Dublin

13 - Tim Barron, Heard County

13 - Tommy Atha, Darlington

12 - Tony Byram, Crawford County

11 - Alan Ingram, Seminole County

11 - Bruce Mullen, Northeast

10 - Mike Muschamp, Lovett


Three Georgia head coaches have won state championships as Georgia players and head coaches. One joined the group last year. Who are they? (Answer Monday)


Answer to Thursday's question: Luther Welsh holds the record for the most seasons as a head coach in Georgia with 43. Larry Campbell of Lincoln County (1972-2013) is second with 42. Welsh started at Warrenton in 1955 and finished at Thomson in 2010. He was not a head coach for all of the seasons in between.

Four Questions

Maurice Freeman, Brooks County

1. Who is/was the most influential person in your coaching career? "Someone that influenced me in a positive manner was the school secretary [Hilda Calloway] at Brooks County. I followed her instructions to begin my career. She paid for me to take the SAT test. Told me to attend Florida A&M University, major in P.E., pledge Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, become a coach, return to Brooks County as the head coach, and when I win a state title, then I could leave and follow my dreams." [Freeman was head coach on his alma mater's state championship team in 1994.]


2. Who is the best Georgia player you ever faced? "Champ Bailey from Charlton County."


3. What is the best team you ever faced as a coach? "Washington County, 1996."


4. If you were Gary Phillips, the new head of the GHSA, what would be the first rule that you would try to change?

"Bring back the spring jamboree vs. opponents."


GHSF Daily asked Georgia head coaches to answer these four questions. We'll report from a different head coach each day.

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Preseason All-State Teams: Class AA
Spotlight: Countdown to the Super 11 - the top 22
New Class AA Coaches
List: Longest-tenured coaches in Class AA
Trivia: Coaches who won state titles as players and head coaches
Four Questions: Brooks County coach Maurice Freeman

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Here is a schedule of reported scrimmage games, compiled primarily by super fan Steve Slay. If you notice errors or omissions, please report them to ghsfdaily@bellsouth.net. Changes from Thursday's edition are listed in red.



Apalachee at Morgan Co.

Baconton Charter at Treutlen

Brookstone at Macon Co.

Campbell at Wheeler

Christian Heritage at SE Whitfield

Creekview at Lambert

Dade Co. at LaFayette

East Paulding at Walton

Elbert Co. at Washington-Wilkes

Evans at Aquinas

Greene Co. at Butler

KIPP Atlanta Coll. at South Atlanta

Marietta at Kell

Miller Grove at Rockdale Co.

Montgomery Co. at East Laurens

New Hampstead at Bat. Creek, S.C.

Oconee Co. at North Oconee

Oglethorpe Co. at Mt. Paran Christian

Ringgold at Gilmer

Southwest DeKalb at Whitewater

Woodland, Stockbridge at Salem



Dalton at Northwest Whitfield

Lowndes at Norcross

Pinecrest Academy at Mount Vernon

Redan at Irwin Co.

Richmond Academy at Aiken, S.C.

Savannah Country Day at Metter



Gor. Lee vs. Boyd-Buchanan, Tenn.

Heritage, Conyers at Brookwood



Bainbridge vs. Cairo

Bremen at Central, Carrollton

Bryan Co. at Savannah Country Day

Calvary Day at Benedictine

Colquitt Co. at Coffee

Griffin at East Coweta

Jefferson at West Hall

McIntosh at Whitewater

New Hampstead vs. Jenkins

N. Cobb Christian at Whitefield Acad.

Northview at Peachtree Ridge

Ridgeland vs. Signal Mountain, Tenn.

Rutland at Warner Robins

Spalding at Lamar Co.

Taylor Co. at Crawford Co.


Aug. 15

Adairsville at Cass

Alcovy at Jackson

Allatoona at Harrison

Americus-Sumter at Marion Co.

Arabia Mtn. at Carver, Atlanta (L)

Athens Christian at Morgan Co.

B.E.S.T. Academy at Chapel Hill

Bacon Co. at Atkinson Co.

Banks Co. at Lakeview Academy

Banneker at Shiloh

Bowdon at Mount Zion, Carroll

Bradwell Institute at Toombs Co.

Brooks Co. at Cook

Brunswick at Wayne Co.

Buford at South Gwinnett

Butler at Jefferson Co.

Cedar Grove at Pebblebrook

Cedar Shoals at Oconee Co.

Centennial at Milton

Chamblee at Berkmar

Chattahoochee at Duluth

Chattahoochee Co. at Stratford Acd.

Chattooga at Trion

Cherokee at Creekview

Christian Heritage at North Murray

Clarkston at Towers

Claxton at Long Co.

Clinch Co. at Brantley Co.

Columbia at Stockbridge

Commerce at Franklin Co.

Coosa at Gordon Central

Cross Keys vs. Loganville Christian

Dacula at Lanier

Dooly Co. at Crisp Co.

Douglas Co. at Lithia Springs

Druid Hills vs. Lakeside, Atlanta (A)

Dublin at Washington Co.

Dunwoody at North Springs

Eagle's Landing at Woodland-Stock.

ELCA at Prince Avenue Christian

East Jackson at Johnson, Gainesville

East Laurens at Wheeler Co.

Effingham Co. at Screven Co.

Emanuel Co. Institute at Vidalia

First Presby. at Central, Macon (H)

Fitzgerald at Hawkinsville

Forest Park at Therrell

Forsyth Central at North Forsyth

Gainesville at White Co.

Georgia Military at Putnam Co.

Gilmer at North Hall

Glascock Co. vs. Treutlen

Glenn Hills at Elbert Co.

Glynn Acad. vs. McIntosh Co. Ac.

GAC at Woodward Academy

Greenville at Callaway

Groves vs. Beach

Grovetown at Warren Co.

Hancock Central at Portal

Hardaway at Brookstone

Harris Co. at Manchester

Heard Co. at Alexander

Henry Co. at Luella

Hiram at McEachern

Holy Innocents' at Mt. Pisgah Christ.

Houston Co. at Perry

Howard at Mount de Sales

Irwin Co. at Bleckley Co.

Islands vs. Windsor Forest (SM)

Jackson Co. at Athens Academy

Jeff Davis at Telfair Co.

Jenkins Co. at Harlem

Jonesboro at Clarke Central

Jordan at Pacelli

Kennesaw Mountain at Pope

LaFayette at Lakeview-Fort Ogle.

LaGrange at Newnan

Lakeside-Evans at Lincoln Co.

Lambert at Grayson

Landmark Christian at Walker

Laney at Burke Co.

Lanier Co. at Berrien

Lassiter at North Cobb

Lee Co. at Monroe-Albany

Lithonia at Salem

Lovett at North Atlanta

Lumpkin Co. at Cambridge

M.L. King at Alpharetta

Madison Co. at Oglethorpe Co.

McIntosh Co. Acad. at Glynn Acad.

Metter at Tattnall Co.

Mill Creek at Archer

Miller Co. at Turner Co.

Model at Pepperell

Monroe Area at Apalachee

Montgomery Co. at Tattnall Square

Monticello at Greene Co.

Morrow at Fayette Co.

Mount Paran Christian at Darlington

Mt. Vernon at Fellowship Christian

Mt. Zion, Jones. vs. N. Clayton (T)

Mountain View at Flowery Branch

Newton vs. Eastside (SH)

North Gwinnett at Hughes

North Paulding at Sprayberry

Ola at Hampton

Osborne at South Cobb

Our Lady of Mercy at Decatur

Pace Acad. at Providence Christian

Parkview at Collins Hill

Peach Co. at Northside, W. Robins

Pierce Co. at Charlton Co.

Rabun Co. at Franklin, N.C.

Richmond Academy at Hephzibah

Richmond Hill at Camden Co.

River Ridge at Pickens

Riverdale at Dutchtown

Riverside Military at Armuchee

Rockmart at Paulding Co.

Rome at Calhoun

Roswell at John's Creek

Savannah Christian at King's Ridge

Schley Co. at Wilcox Co.

Sequoyah at Woodstock

Shaw at Macon Co.

Social Circle at Hebron Christian

South Atlanta at Fannin Co.

South Effingham at Liberty Co.

South Paulding at Hillgrove

Southwest at Mary Persons

St. Francis at Temple

St. Pius at North Oconee

Starr's Mill at Pike Co.

Stephens Co. at Habersham Central

Stone Mountain vs. McNair (PV)

Strong Rock at Locust Grove

Swainsboro at Johnson Co.

Terrell Co. at Early Co.

Thomasville at Mitchell Co.

Thomson at Evans

Treutlen at Glascock Co.

Tri-Cities at Mundy's Mill (TO)

Troup at Upson-Lee

Tucker vs. Stephenson (HS)

Union Co. at Sonoraville

Union Grove at Central Gwinnett

Valdosta at Ware Co.

Villa Rica at Sandy Creek

Walnut Grove at George Walton Acd.

Washington at Creekside

Washington-Wilkes at Hart Co.

Wesleyan at Pinecrest Academy

West Forsyth at Carrollton

West Laurens at Dodge Co.

Westminster at Dawson Co.

Westover at Stewart Co.

Westside, Augusta at Greenbrier

Westside, Macon vs. Northeast (TH)

Wilkinson Co. at Baldwin

Winder-Barrow at South Forsyth

Woodland, Cartersville at Cartersville

Worth Co. at Tift Co.


Aug. 16

Heritage, Ringgold at Coahulla Creek

Lovejoy vs. Drew (TO)

Mays at Grady (G)

SW DeKalb at Carver, Col. (CM)


Aug. 21

East Hall at Chestatee

Eastside at Westminster

Heritage, Ringgold at Murray Co.

Spencer at Russell Co., Ala.


Aug. 22

Albany at Seminole Co.

Appling Co. at Jeff Davis

Bacon Co. at Cairo

Bremen vs. Ranburne, Ala.

Chapel Hill at Westlake

Cross Keys at Meadowcreek

Greenville at Heard Co.

Jones County at Locust Grove

Loganville at Walnut Grove

Marist at Blessed Trinity

North Forsyth at Hart Co.

North Hall at Dawson Co.

Northeast at Dooly Co.

Northgate at Veterans

Northside, Columbus at Taylor Co.

Pelham at Bainbridge

Tattnall Square at Schley Co.

Toombs Co. at Emanuel Co. Institute

Towns Co. at Hayesville, N.C.

Twiggs Co. at Chattahoochee Co.

Wheeler Co. at Southeast Bulloch

Wind. Forest vs. Johnson, Sav.(SM)


Stadium key:

(A) Adams; (CM) Columbus Memorial; (G) Grady; (H) Henderson; (HS) Hallford; (L) Lakewood; (PV) Panthersville; (SH) Sharp; (SM) Savannah Memorial; (T) Tara; (TH) Thompson; (TO) Twelve Oaks


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