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August 13, 2014
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Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2014

 

 
   
 
Spotlight

Transfers who could make an impact

The trend of impact transfers continues to shape high school sports in Georgia, and football certainly gets its share of offseason movement among top players.

 

Here are nine transfers who are expected to make a big difference on their teams in 2014:

 

*Jeffrey Allison, Hughes: Allison made all-region in 6-AAAA as a sophomore middle linebacker last season at Banneker, where he made more than 100 tackles. Arkansas, South Carolina and Auburn have shown interest. He joins a defense with returning all-state players D'Andre Walker and Montavious Atkinson and a fourth high Division I recruit in Jeremiah Culbreth.

 

*Arden Key, Hapeville Charter: Key was a first-team all-state defensive lineman in Class AAAAA last season for M.L. King. He also was named the Region 6-AAAAA defensive player of the year. Rated the consensus No. 13 prospect in Georgia, Key has committed to South Carolina. He moved to Hapeville Charter, a program in just its fourth season, and one coming off a 1-8-1 season. At Hapeville, Key joins another South Carolina commit, safety Antoine Wilder, and three-star wide receiver Datraun Wilder.

 

*Sam Letton, Walton: Letton, a tight end, is the son of Bill Letton, Walton's new offensive coordinator. Bill Letton, the head coach of Lexington Catholic the past eight seasons, is a nice catch. But so was Sam. He is a 6-foot-3, 225-pound junior with offers from Kentucky, Toledo and Western Kentucky.

 

*Nate Mays, Dalton: Mays, a linebacker who committed to Wake Forest last month, transferred from Gordon Central, where he was a first-team all-Region 5-AAA player on an 0-10 team. He also made the Rome News-Tribune's all-area first team.

 

*Cody McPeek, Fannin County: When new head coach Jim Pavao hired an offensive coordinator, he also got an all-state candidate on the offensive line. McPeek, a 6-foot-4, 320-pound lineman, was an all-state player in Kentucky last season and has a Division I offer. His father is Garry McPeek, a former head coach in Kentucky.

 

*Landon Rice, Calhoun: Rice, one of the top 40 players in Georgia's class of 2016 and the consensus No. 12 tight end nationally, is committed to Auburn. This summer, he moved from Darlington to Calhoun, where he expects to have more balls thrown his way. "I'm playing in the slot at Calhoun," he told al.com. "I'm out in space catching balls. When I walk in a room, people are like, 'Man, that's a big kid.' But I can move. I can run and catch passes." Rice is not the first prominent Darlington-to-Calhoun transfer. The Da'Rick Rogers-Nash Nance receiver-quarterback duo, part of Calhoun's 2009 state finalist team, also had attended the Rome private school.

 

*Zantravious Shields, North Oconee: Shields left Prince Avenue Christian after rushing for 827 yards and 12 touchdowns and making 65 tackles on defense for a 10-2 team. Shields was a first-team all-state pick at defensive back by the Georgia Sports Writers Association. He return to North Oconee, where he spent his sophomore season.

 

*Delvin Weems, Tucker: Weems rushed for 1,233 yards and 21 touchdowns last season for Sandy Creek, which finished 11-1-1.Weems is rated as the nation's No. 15 all-purpose back by 247Sports. He is committed to Marshall.

 

*Trevon McSwain, Lambert: McSwain, a 6-foot-7 defensive end (sometimes listed as 6-8), left Lanier, where he led a 9-3 team in sacks with nine and was first-team all-Gwinnett County alongside Dante Sawyer and Lorenzo Carter. McSwain is rated the No. 55 senior prospect in Georgia in the 247Sports Composite rankings. He is committed to Duke.

Computer Rankings

Maxwell projections for Class AAAA

For the past four seasons, GHSF Daily has called on the Maxwell Ratings to provide objective, computerized rankings of Georgia's team, regions and schedules.

 

Below, the Maxwell Ratings project the finish and record (overall and region) for Class AAAA. They also include each team's ranking within the classification, strength of schedule and the number of times each team would win the region out of 1,000,000 trials.

 

The computer model does not take into account personnel and coaching changes from season to season. Rather, it analyzes historical scores and trends. The computer model is more confident in a program that is consistent than one that had an unusually good, or poor, season in 2013.

 

For more on the Maxwell Ratings, check the following links on AJC.com:

 

*Maxwell predicts the AAAA standings (detailed look).

*Maxwell predicts the AAAA playoffs (with brackets).

 

Region 1-AAAA

Division A

 

Team

 

Rank

 

Rating

 

SOS

Overall

Record

Region

Record

 

First

Thomas CC

7

71.46

47.67

8.50-1.50

3.56-0.44

695,247

Cairo

15

59.62

49.74

7.14-2.86

2.73-1.27

202,786

Monroe

28

51.34

48.00

5.67-4.33

1.99-2.01

73,688

Crisp County

39

43.90

52.30

3.94-6.06

1.44-2.56

28,135

Albany

56

27.40

44.16

2.85-7.15

0.29-3.71

144

 

Division B

 

Team

 

Rank

 

Rating

 

SOS

Overall

Record

Region

Record

 

First

Bainbridge

19

55.56

48.13

6.16-3.84

3.15-0.85

545,104

Westover

21

53.88

46.64

6.15-3.85

2.98-1.02

347,829

Am.-Sumter

45

41.06

42.93

4.38-5.62

1.79-2.21

59,757

Worth County

46

39.94

52.21

2.88-7.12

1.75-2.25

46,193

Dougherty

59

22.24

36.99

2.58-6.42

0.34-3.67

1,117

 

Region 2-AAAA

 

Team

 

Rank

 

Rating

 

SOS

Overall

Record

Region

Record

 

First

Mary Persons

16

58.30

47.25

6.84-3.16

4.82-1.18

491,604

Veterans

24

52.84

49.26

5.59-4.41

4.15-1.85

313,140

Baldwin

33

48.51

46.00

5.43-4.57

3.61-2.39

85,430

Perry

40

43.89

47.28

4.35-5.65

2.96-3.04

63,387

West Laurens

43

41.75

48.75

3.56-6.44

2.63-3.37

27,110

Upson-Lee

44

41.30

39.86

5.29-4.71

2.60-3.40

19,326

Howard

63

14.16

45.43

0.73-9.27

0.22-5.78

3

 

Region 3-AAAA

 

Team

 

Rank

 

Rating

 

SOS

Overall

Record

Region

Record

 

First

Burke County

6

72.23

57.91

7.49-2.51

4.39-0.61

772,545

Wayne Co.

14

62.14

58.02

5.97-4.03

2.78-1.22

163,118

Thomson

20

54.63

54.78

4.98-5.02

2.28-2.72

55,391

Liberty Co.

35

47.55

50.68

4.46-5.54

1.52-2.48

8,946

Wind. Forest

68

9.36

36.38

1.46-8.54

0.03-3.97

-

*New Hamp.

67

10.95

9.35

4.76-5.24

 

 

*New Hampstead is not playing a region schedule

 

Region 4-AAAA

Division A

 

Team

 

Rank

 

Rating

 

SOS

Overall

Record

Region

Record

 

First

Eagle's Land.

36

46.71

31.68

6.82-3.18

3.93-1.07

429,471

Eastside

32

49.29

38.99

6.27-3.73

4.04-0.96

398,110

Locust Grove

42

42.39

32.07

6.35-3.65

3.45-1.55

164,449

Henry County

57

26.01

40.00

3.30-6.70

1.89-3.11

7,160

Walnut Grove

62

15.60

36.59

2.04-7.96

1.01-3.99

742

Hampton

66

10.95

46.15

1.00-8.00

0.68-4.32

68

 

Division B

 

Team

 

Rank

 

Rating

 

SOS

Overall

Record

Region

Record

 

First

Griffin

3

83.63

37.03

9.61-0.39

4.93-0.07

950,048

Jonesboro

31

50.77

47.31

5.66-4.34

3.38-1.62

38,473

Riverdale

41

43.62

35.43

5.98-4.02

2.74-2.26

7,302

Pike County

49

37.32

42.17

4.42-5.58

2.21-2.79

3,877

Spalding

53

28.86

39.98

3.69-6.31

1.42-3.58

300

Mt. Zion, Jon.

65

13.13

42.71

1.26-8.74

0.32-4.68

-

 

Region 5-AAAA

 

Team

 

Rank

 

Rating

 

SOS

Overall

Record

Region

Record

 

First

Sandy Creek

2

88.67

59.62

9.10-0.90

4.46-0.54

721,001

Carrollton

4

80.19

64.29

7.68-2.32

3.84-1.16

208,375

Woodward

10

65.43

61.90

5.51-4.49

2.44-2.56

43,705

Whitewater

9

66.92

57.58

6.48-3.52

2.54-2.46

25,528

Troup

18

56.00

63.91

3.54-6.46

1.49-3.51

1,387

Fayette Co.

50

36.58

58.83

1.36-8.64

0.23-4.77

4

 

Region 6-AAAA

 

Team

 

Rank

 

Rating

 

SOS

Overall

Record

Region

Record

 

First

Marist

5

74.12

48.37

8.74-1.26

7.24-0.76

629,009

St. Pius

8

70.74

49.92

8.18-1.82

6.87-1.13

340,491

Grady

25

52.55

48.54

5.76-4.24

4.56-3.44

16,218

Columbia

29

51.26

49.77

5.27-4.73

4.33-3.67

7,018

Arabia Mtn.

30

50.94

53.58

4.59-5.41

4.30-3.70

6,250

Chamblee

38

45.63

45.97

4.95-5.05

3.46-4.54

923

Lithonia

48

39.04

45.33

4.03-5.97

2.45-5.55

81

Stone Mtn.

51

35.65

53.76

2.13-7.87

1.98-6.03

10

Redan

58

25.44

46.68

1.75-8.25

0.81-7.19

-

*Cross Keys

69

-22.67

7.26

0.72-4.28

 

 

*Cross Keys is not playing a region schedule

 

Region 7-AAAA

 

Team

 

Rank

 

Rating

 

SOS

Overall

Record

Region

Record

 

First

Cartersville

12

64.43

43.31

7.75-2.25

6.25-0.75

669,037

NW Whitfield

22

53.54

40.37

7.18-2.82

5.10-1.90

134,369

Gilmer

27

51.72

36.15

7.34-2.66

4.93-2.07

131,832

Ridgeland

37

46.22

35.48

6.66-3.34

4.26-2.74

52,500

Pickens

47

39.29

38.10

5.17-4.83

3.44-3.56

12,026

SE Whitfield

55

28.19

28.67

4.95-5.05

2.07-4.93

231

LaFayette

60

20.35

35.48

2.89-7.11

1.21-5.79

5

Heritage, Ring.

64

13.79

42.05

1.19-8.81

0.75-6.25

-

 

Region 8-AAAA

 

Team

 

Rank

 

Rating

 

SOS

Overall

Record

Region

Record

 

First

Buford

1

94.31

55.67

9.59-0.41

6.84-0.16

930,524

Monroe Area

11

65.31

53.25

6.81-3.19

4.74-2.26

41,348

North Hall

13

62.17

57.49

5.77-4.23

4.25-2.75

23,597

North Oconee

17

57.03

57.68

4.90-5.10

3.58-3.42

2,060

White County

23

53.30

49.18

5.65-4.35

3.04-3.96

1,666

Chestatee

26

52.10

54.14

4.65-5.35

2.82-4.18

753

Stephens Co.

34

48.07

54.09

4.09-5.91

2.31-4.69

52

Madison Co.

54

28.67

52.94

1.62-8.38

0.42-6.58

-

*Johnson.

61

18.39

28.56

2.99-7.01

 

 

*Johnson of Gainesville is not playing a region schedule

List

Active Georgia win leaders

Four head coaches who would have been in the top 10 among active coaches in career victories in Georgia retired or resigned in the offseason. They are Larry Campbell of Lincoln County (477 victories), Rayvan Teague of Carrollton (220), Cecil Flowe of Parkview (197) and Michael Gunn of Athens Academy (194). Here is the new top 10 for most Georgia victories among active head coaches:

 

337 - Dwight Hochstetler, Bowdon

324 - Barney Hester, Howard

322 - Alan Chadwick, Marist

252 - Jeff Herron, Prince Avenue Christian

251 - Rich McWhorter, Charlton County

244 - Ed Pilcher, Berrien

206 - Mike Earwood, Our Lady of Mercy

198 - Bruce Miller, Gainesville

194 - Steve Pennington, Statesboro

187 - Ron Gartrell, Stephenson

Trivia

Two Georgia head coaches are the brothers of well-known college coaches. Who are they? (Answer Thursday)

 

Answer to Tuesday's question: The three former players of Cecil Flowe at Parkview who were hired as head coaches in Georgia this offseason were Korey Mobbs at Lanier, Jacob Nichols at Alpharetta and Eric Godfree at Parkview. Mobbs and Nichols played on Parkview's 1997 state championship team. Godfree played on Flowe's first Parkview team in 1993 and was an assistant coach on the 2000, 2001 and 2002 state championship teams.

Four Questions Presented By Georgia Farm Bureau

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

 

Bradley Webber, Pike County

1. Who is/was the most influential person in your coaching career? "My dad, Charles Webber. As an Air Force-trained fighter pilot, he understood the importance of discipline and work ethic. Made me do things right. If it wasn't right, he would send me back out and do it again. As well as the importance of being on time and doing what you said you were gonna do."

 

2. Who is the best Georgia player you ever faced? "DeEric Bell of Jackson High School. We faced him the last two years. He could do it all. RB converted to QB. A run-throw threat. He also ran back kickoffs and punts. All-region all-athlete last year."

 

3. What is the best team you ever faced as a coach? "Washington County 2012. Faced them first round of the playoffs. Big, strong, fast at every position. Very well-coached as well."

 

4. If you were Gary Phillips, the new head of the GHSA, what would be the first rule that you would try to change? "I would change the six-quarter rule. Allow JV players to play more quarters. In blowout games they should be able to come in and play and have a full amount of quarters. I don't think people are stacking their JV teams with varsity players to win. Would give us a better chance to develop players and not run scores up."

 

Georgia Farm Bureau is the presenting sponsor of the GHSA football playoffs/state championships, Georgia High School Football Scoreboard Radio Show and state championship awards. Learn about GFB insurance products and many other services at www.gfb.org.

Corrections

In Tuesday's Random Stuff, we wrote about prominent former Georgia head coaches who passed away in the offseason. We neglected to include Buck Cravey, a 270-game winner who was coach of Vidalia's 1969 state championship team. Cravey died in January. ... Shannon Sharpe, one of seven former Georgia high school players who are in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, played at Glennville. We had the school wrong in a Daily Trivia this week.

 

Clarification

Friday's Daily Trivia asked about those who had won Georgia state titles as head coaches and players, but it did not make it clear that the question applied only to current head coaches. Those would be Calhoun's Hal Lamb (1981 Commerce), Burke County's Eric Parker (1983 Mitchell-Baker) and Creekside's Olten Downs (2000 Shaw), as we noted. Others who have accomplished this feat, but who are not current Georgia head coaches, include Steve Devoursney (1988 R.E. Lee player, 2013 Griffin coach), Charlie Winslette (1967 Putnam County player, 1985 West Rome coach, 1993 Greene-Taliaferro coach), Phil Lindsey (1965 Bradwell Institute player, 1991 Lakeside-Atlanta coach), Dale Williams (1957 Valdosta player, 1977, 1981 Waycross coach) and Joe Wilson (1951 Valdosta player, 1980 Lowndes coach).


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In This Issue
Spotlight: Transfers who could make an impact
Computer Rankings: Maxwell projections for Class AAAA
List: Active Georgia win leaders
Trivia: Head coaches whose brothers are well-known college coaches
Four Questions Presented By Georgia Farm Bureau: Pike County coach Bradley Webber
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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 Tuesday's edition are list in red.

 

Thursday

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.

 

Friday

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.

Butler at Jefferson Co.

Cedar Grove at Pebblebrook

Cedar Shoals at Oconee Co.

Cedartown at New Manchester

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 Gwinnett at Buford

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

Towers at Grady

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

Woodland, Stockbridge at Salem

Worth Co. at Tift Co.

 

Saturday

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

Douglas Co. at New Manchester

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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