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August 15, 2014
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Spotlight

Top hotbeds for college recruiters

Having Division I prospects on the roster is no guarantee of success in Georgia high school football, but it sure makes a team look good on paper.

 

Here are 11 of the best-looking. This list draws heavily from 247Sports' Composite rankings of Georgia's best 180 seniors and 50 juniors. It is not intended to identify all players from these schools who have scholarship offers.

 

*Buford: The Wolves have nine players in the 247Sports Composite rankings of Georgia seniors and juniors, more than any other school. Those who are committed are DT Quay Picou (No. 23) to Tennessee, OG Nick Polino (No. 68) to North Carolina, LB Austin Smith (No. 94) to Tennessee, DB/WR David Curry (No. 145) to Virginia and LS Blake Ferguson (No. 172) to LSU. Preseason all-state LB Joshua Thomas, who has 21 reported offers, is uncommitted. Buford's most recruited juniors, each with at least nine offers, include TE Isaac Nauta (No. 3), DT Benjamin "Shug" Frazier (No. 24) and ATH Xavier Gantt (No. 38).

 

*Cedar Grove: DT Quentez Johnson (N.C. State) and DB Christopher Fredrick (Syracuse) are committed. DT Antwuan Jackson is rated the No. 11 junior in Georgia. Senior DE Gus Cumberlander, with 20 offers, adds to what is probably Class AAA's most heavily recruited defensive line.

 

*Creekside: Defending AAAAA champion Creekside has perhaps the best pair of tackles in the state - Venzell Boulware and Marquel Harrell (committed to Auburn). Harrell is projected as a guard in college. LB Joshua Moon, projected as a safety, has 12 offers. But the team's top prospect is WR Jayson Stanley, an AJC Super 11 pick. Georgia appears to lead Auburn in his recruitment, according to 247Sports.

 

*Grayson: The Rams' bid to bounce back from its 4-6 finish in 2013 looks good on paper, especially on defense. Already committed are DT Justin Young (Georgia), DB Jordan Hayes (Duke) and LB Mohamed Barry (Wisconsin). LB Daniel Fennell has more than 20 offers, including one from Georgia Tech. DE Mykelle McDaniel has six offers as a junior, including one from Georgia.

 

*Griffin: The best trio of wide receivers at one school resides in reigning AAAA champion Griffin, where Georgia has a commitment from Christian Owens and Duke has a pledge from Keyston Fuller. A third wideout, Darequavious Mangham, is rated the No 63 senior in Georgia. LB Jordan Colbert, projected as a safety, is committed to Auburn. He is rated the No. 20 prospect in Georgia.

 

*Mays: Five seniors are committed to D-I schools from this Atlanta program. They are DE Natrez Patrick (Georgia), OL Dallas Warmack (Alabama), WR Tyshawn Brown (Purdue), DE Aaron Cochran (Louisville) and LB Charlie Patrick (Georgia State). Natrez Patrick and Warmack are the most heavily recruited, each ranking among the top 25 seniors in Georgia. Cochran and Charlie Patrick are new to Mays. OT Malik Mackey (No. 129) is another top-180 senior. Top-50 juniors include CB Nygel Edmonds (20 offers), WR Randrecous Davis (Kentucky offer) and LB Tobias Little (Georgia Tech offer).

 

*McEachern: No wonder McEachern is finding itself in national rankings. The Indians have two of the top six recruits in the state. OT Chuma Edoga (No. 3) is headed to Southern Cal. RB Taj Griffin (No. 6) is committed to Oregon. Also committed are OG Chandler Jones (Louisville) and WR T.J. Rahming (Duke). DT Julian Rochester is the No. 4-ranked junior in the state and has 16 offers, with Auburn and Georgia leading the way.

 

*North Gwinnett: The Bulldogs could end up with at least five D-I signees from its 2015 class. OT Mitch Hyatt, the No. 2 Georgia prospect behind Westover's Trent Thompson, is committed to Clemson. TE Daniel Imatorbhebhe is going to Missouri. DE Anree Saint-Amour lists Ohio State and Michigan State as his leaders. WR Almonzo Brown also appears headed for the Big Ten (Minnesota or Ohio State currently). CB Jaye Stackhouse is waiting for an offer from his favorite, North Carolina. Junior WR Josh Imatorbhebhe has 10 offers, including one from Michigan.

 

*Sandy Creek: RB Eric Swinney, the state's No. 12 prospect, has committed to Ole Miss. Trent Sellers (Georgia Tech) and Javonte Lain (Old Dominion) also have committed. Both are defensive ends. Junior OL Chandler Tuitt has offers from North Carolina and Ole Miss.

 

*Stephenson: Chauncey Rivers, the Super 11 defensive end, leads a pack of four Jaguar seniors who are committed. Rivers is headed to Georgia. The others - ironically since Stephenson isn't known for passing - are wide receivers Dexter Neal (South Carolina), Nekyle Lundie (Nebraska) and Isaiah Zuber (Kansas State). A fourth projected receiver, Tyler Taylor, is committed to Georgia State, as is DE Drew Harris. C/DT Javon Barnes and LB Dareus Brown also have several D-I offers. Khalil Ladler, a starter in the secondary since he was a freshman, is rated the No. 9 junior in Georgia and indicates no favorite among about 20 offers.

 

*Tucker: The Tigers are stacked with an athletic defense again. Alabama-committed DE Jonathan Ledbetter, rated the No. 10 senior in Georgia, and CB/KR Duke Shelley, rated No. 37, are at the top. RB/LB Elijah Sullivan is committed to Auburn. RB Delvin Weems, a transfer from Sandy Creek, is going to Marshall. DE Tabarius Peterson is a top-50 junior.

 

Special mention

Alpharetta QB Austin King is committed to N.C. State, and DE Andrew Butcher is going to Tennessee ... Archer TE Connor Redmond and WR Kyle Davis are committed to South Carolina, and preseason all-state DB Dylan Singleton has an offer from the Gamecocks. ... Baldwin's backfield features QB Tajhea Chambers (committed to Arkansas State) and RB Kentavious Thomas (Mississippi State). ... Carver of Columbus DE Mekhi Brown (Alabama) and DB Khane Pass (Louisville) are D-I committed, and QB Jawon Pass is the No. 5 junior prospect in Georgia. ... Clinch County and Elbert County each will have blue-chip prospects in consecutive classes. For Clinch, DB/QB Octavis Johnson is committed to South Carolina, and all-state DE Chauncey Manac is Georgia's No. 6 junior prospect. For Elbert, DT Ken Allen has an offer from Georgia Tech, and QB Mecole Hardman is the No. 18 junior prospect in Georgia and has offers from Clemson, Miami and Tennessee. ... Coffee TE Jalen Wilkerson and OG Cole Minshew are committed to Florida State. ... Columbia QB Andre Brown (Indiana) and his main target, WR Shadell Bell (Clemson), are committed to D-I schools. ... Etowah twins Brad and Scott Morgan, both linemen, are committed to Georgia Tech. ... Greater Atlanta Christian has the most high-end prospects in Class AA. LB Tyler Cooksey has committed to Georgia Tech while WR Darius Slayton and RB Micah Abernathy each are among the top-20 prospects in Georgia. ... GAC's Region 6-AA rival, Hapeville Charter, has a pair of SEC-bound defensive players: DE Arden Key (Alabama) and DB Antoine Wilder (South Carolina). ... Hughes LB Montavious Atkinson is committed to Auburn, and DL D'Andre Walker, the Region 3-AAAAAA defensive player of the year, is the No. 16 prospect in the state. ... Jonesboro QB Zerrick Cooper (No. 12) and DB Jordan Griffin (No. 33) are both on the top-50 juniors list. ... Lanier RB Tario Fuller is committed to Purdue, and DT Derrick Brown is the No. 10 Georgia junior.... Three Mill Creek seniors are committed - OT Kaleb Kim (Auburn), QB Daniel David (Appalachian State) and OG Josh Fannin (Middle Tennessee). ... Milton will have two D-I signees: OG Nick Wilson (Stanford) and LB Quarte Sapp (18 offers). ... Shiloh has a pair of top-100 players: CB Jeremy McDuffie (state 100-meter champ) and WR Cameron Stewart (Central Florida). ... Westlake's top prospect is a junior, DB Nigel Warrior, but the Lions should have at least three D-I signees this season. ATH Julian Jones (Arkansas State) and WR Hasaan Patterson (Old Dominion) are committed, and DT DeQuan Hawkins has offers from Georgia and Georgia Tech.

List

South of the Gnat Line

Metro Atlanta players tend to dominate recruiting rankings. Only 23 of the 230 players on the 247Sports Composite lists of the best senior and junior recruits in Georgia are from south Georgia. Only five players in vaunted Region 1-AAAAAA are on the list. Buford has nine. Here are those 23 and their prospect ranking in Georgia:

 

Seniors

1. DT Trent Thompson, Westover (Georgia)

15. DE Austin Bryant, Thomas County Central (Clemson)

27. DB/QB Octavis Johnson, Clinch County (South Carolina)

33. LB Gary McCrae, Randolph-Clay (Georgia)

40. TE Jalen Wilkerson, Coffee (Florida State)

46. OG Cole Minshew, Coffee (Florida State)

49. OT Saquan Reese, Jenkins County

51. LB Brian Bell, Lowndes (Florida State)

59. DE Tyrone Riley, Calvary Day

69. DE Steven Wright, Ware County

114. TE Anthony Folkerts, Valwood School (Rutgers)

124. S Carlos Pickett, Brunswick (Marshall)

133. WR Brad Stewart, Benedictine

142. LB Quintin Hampton, Colquitt County (Central Florida)

150. CB Joshua Norwood, Valdosta (Cincinnati)

162. WR Malik Henry, Tift County (Georgia Southern)

163. RB Wesley Fields, Americus-Sumter (Middle Tennessee)

166. LB Jakyron Young, Irwin County (Georgia Southern)

173. ATH Curtis Nixon, Charlton County (Appalachian State)

 

Juniors

2. DB Demetris Robertson, Savannah Country Day (Alabama)

6. DE Chauncey Manac, Clinch County

32. RB Andrew Lee, Charlton County

34. OT Chris Barnes, Lee County

Computer Rankings

Maxwell projections for Class AA

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 AA. 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 AA standings (detailed look).

*Maxwell predicts the AA playoffs (with brackets).

 

Region 1-AA

 

Team

 

Rank

 

Rating

 

SOS

Overall

Record

Region

Record

 

First

Brooks Co.

3

67.21

45.31

8.44-1.56

5.28-0.73

583,039

Fitzgerald

6

58.09

43.19

7.59-2.41

4.32-1.68

223,805

Thomasville

8

54.29

49.46

5.78-4.22

3.88-2.12

162,866

Early Co.

14

48.08

40.86

6.09-3.91

3.21-2.79

23,404

Seminole Co.

16

43.87

34.16

6.29-3.71

2.70-3.31

6,831

Berrien

38

23.82

48.09

1.26-8.74

0.82-5.18

31

Pelham

37

24.42

43.46

2.69-7.31

0.81-5.19

24

 

Region 2-AA

 

Team

 

Rank

 

Rating

 

SOS

Overall

Record

Region

Record

 

First

Benedictine

5

61.98

38.58

8.09-1.91

6.48-0.52

640,111

Vidalia

9

53.32

31.68

8.33-1.67

5.75-1.25

296,419

McIntosh Co.

17

41.20

37.88

5.49-4.51

4.41-2.59

40,242

Bryan Co.

23

37.48

30.74

6.12-3.88

3.99-3.01

19,756

Bacon Co.

28

31.89

34.49

4.62-5.38

3.37-3.63

3,438

Long Co.

44

16.62

31.95

2.58-7.42

1.48-5.52

30

Groves

47

13.55

26.80

3.17-6.83

1.19-5.81

4

Jeff Davis

45

14.36

24.56

3.79-6.21

1.32-5.68

-

 

Region 3-AA

 

Team

 

Rank

 

Rating

 

SOS

Overall

Record

Region

Record

 

First

Jefferson Co.

11

49.99

36.76

6.98-3.02

5.20-0.80

666,649

Dublin

19

40.14

32.69

6.26-3.74

4.16-1.84

218,669

Screven Co.

25

33.76

26.80

6.10-3.90

3.33-2.67

55,010

Metter

30

31.63

31.16

5.08-4.92

3.04-2.96

30,539

Swainsboro

27

33.00

35.86

4.53-5.47

3.22-2.79

27,979

East Laurens

41

18.26

23.86

4.23-5.77

1.45-4.55

1,135

Harlem

50

9.57

26.93

2.62-7.38

0.60-5.40

19

 

Region 4-AA

 

Team

 

Rank

 

Rating

 

SOS

Overall

Record

Region

Record

 

First

Lamar Co.

2

70.19

36.67

9.37-0.63

4.80-0.21

874,785

Bleckley Co.

13

48.51

36.01

7.27-2.73

3.48-1.52

101,825

Northeast

20

39.37

37.35

5.36-4.64

2.61-2.39

20,822

Macon Co.

24

34.38

45.69

3.03-6.97

2.14-2.86

2,072

Putnam Co.

36

26.49

28.32

4.74-5.26

1.33-3.67

386

Monticello

42

18.08

34.03

2.57-7.43

0.64-4.36

110

*Crawford Co.

56

-13.45

-4.82

3.55-6.45

 

 

*Crawford County is not playing a region schedule.

 

Region 5-AA

 

Team

 

Rank

 

Rating

 

SOS

Overall

Record

Region

Record

 

First

Heard Co.

10

53.31

37.66

7.26-2.74

4.14-0.86

572,165

Bowdon

12

49.97

35.82

7.46-2.54

3.92-1.09

307,268

Bremen

21

39.10

28.04

6.51-3.49

2.83-2.17

81,876

Manchester

22

38.70

33.01

6.00-4.00

2.83-2.17

38,546

Temple

49

10.39

18.75

4.16-5.84

0.70-4.30

89

Chatt. Co.

51

9.27

23.00

3.50-6.50

0.58-4.42

56

 

Region 6-AA

 

Team

 

Rank

 

Rating

 

SOS

Overall

Record

Region

Record

 

First

Lovett

1

74.43

40.93

8.71-1.29

6.64-0.36

688,629

GAC

4

66.56

40.89

8.10-1.90

6.12-0.88

303,005

H. Innocents'

18

40.48

35.23

5.79-4.21

4.15-2.86

7,322

Pace Acad.

32

30.86

39.05

3.83-6.17

3.19-3.82

503

B.E.S.T. Ac.

29

31.71

38.40

4.21-5.79

3.18-3.82

314

Wesleyan

26

33.55

34.08

4.94-5.06

3.40-3.60

227

Hapeville

52

7.07

35.47

1.59-8.41

1.10-5.90

-

KIPP Atl. Coll.

55

-9.10

33.08

1.10-8.90

0.22-6.78

-

 

Region 7-AA

 

Team

 

Rank

 

Rating

 

SOS

Overall

Record

Region

Record

 

First

Darlington

15

44.88

26.45

8.07-1.93

5.35-0.65

684,024

Dade Co.

33

29.59

30.59

4.77-5.23

3.63-2.37

127,432

Model

34

29.45

26.26

5.68-4.32

3.64-2.36

92,910

Coosa

35

27.96

30.85

4.44-5.56

3.42-2.58

84,602

Gordon Lee

40

19.15

25.03

3.82-6.18

2.24-3.76

8,340

Chattooga

43

17.29

27.32

3.06-6.94

1.95-4.05

2,615

Armuchee

53

6.19

23.69

1.87-8.13

0.76-5.24

77

 

Region 8-AA

 

Team

 

Rank

 

Rating

 

SOS

Overall

Record

Region

Record

 

First

Wash.-Wilkes

7

54.53

25.84

8.58-1.42

5.85-0.15

898,649

Rabun Co.

31

31.22

23.68

6.03-3.97

4.47-1.53

89,890

Union Co.

39

20.94

16.20

5.46-4.54

3.45-2.55

7,510

Greene Co.

46

13.77

22.57

3.57-6.43

2.72-3.28

2,187

Riverside Mil.

48

12.08

14.32

4.59-5.41

2.53-3.47

1,640

Oglethorpe

54

4.79

29.61

1.91-8.09

1.78-4.22

124

Social Circle

57

-17.66

15.43

0.72-9.28

0.20-5.80

-

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.

 

Jeff Carlberg, Centennial

1. Who is/was the most influential person in your coaching career? "My father John Carlberg was the most influential person in my career. He taught me toughness and the ability to stick with things through good times and bad."

 

2. Who is the best Georgia player you ever faced?

"Cameron Erving, Colquitt County 2009, quarterfinals vs. Lassiter. He was a one-man wrecking crew on their D-Line. We couldn't do anything with him." [Note: Erving is an offensive lineman in college and was first-team all-ACC on Florida State's national championship team last season.

 

 

3. What is the best team you ever faced as a coach? "The 2011 Brookwood team was the best team I have ever coached against (first round of playoffs vs. Alpharetta). They were very well coached, solid at every position and went on to win the state title."

 

4. If you were Gary Phillips, the new head of the GHSA, what would be the first rule that you would try to change? "The transfer rule. It is too easy for kids to move from school to school and hurts the continuity of schools, programs and communities."

 

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.


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Spotlight: Top hotbeds for college recruiters
List: Top-rated recruits from south Georgia
Computer Rankings: Maxwell projections for Class AA
Four Questions Presented By Georgia Farm Bureau: Centennial coach Jeff Carlberg
Trivia: Coaches who did not return to defending state championship teams
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It has happened each of the past three seasons that a head coach has not returned to a defending state championship team, most recently Steve DeVoursney of Griffin. Who were the head coaches who walked away after winning state titles in 2012 and 2013? (Answer Monday)

 

Answer to Thursday's question: Nick Marshall of Auburn played his high school ball at Wilcox County. Taylor Heinicke of Old Dominion played at Collins Hill. Hutson Mason of Georgia played at Lassiter. They are the three former Georgia high school players on the NCAA Watch List for the Davey O'Brien Award. Former Georgia players who have won this award are Cam Newton of Westlake (2010 Auburn) and Charlie Ward of Central of Thomasville (1993 Florida State). 

Scrimmages

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.

 

Today

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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and owned by Todd Holcomb and Chip Saye. Holcomb is a former lead high school football writer for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and co-founder of the Georgia High School Football Historians Association. Saye is a 30-year veteran of the newspaper industry who has covered high school sports for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Athens Banner-Herald, Anderson (S.C.) Independent-Mail and Gwinnett Daily News.
 

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