Georgia Elite Classic All-Star Central

The five-game Georgia Elite Classic at Rome’s Barron Stadium took center stage in the high school football world in state Friday.

See the game-by-game recaps below.

Freshman 31, Sophomores 30 (full stats)

Max Brown, the Gatorade Defensive Player of the Game, lived up to the award to lead the Freshman team to its first-ever victory over the higher-classed Sophomores in the final game of the 11th annual Georgia Elite Classic at Rome’s Barron Stadium.

The Freshman were nursing a 31-30 lead after a touchdown pass from Sophomore Cass quarterback Brodie McWhorter to Cambridge receiver Craig Dandridge as time expired. Without overtime to rely on, the Sophomores were forced to go for two points and the win.

Brown, a linebacker from Jefferson, stopped the rush on the right side of the line to secure the first-ever victory in one of the most closely contested games in the 11-year history of the classic,

“What a game,” said announcer Rusty Mansell said to Matt Stewart on the Peachtree Sports Network broadcast. “It took every play, my man.”

Prince Avenue quarterback Ben Musser had a career performance to lead the Freshmen to victory. Musser, who finished 7-of-10 passing for 176 yards and two touchdowns while rushing four times for two touchdowns, scored on a 2-yard run with 9:21 left in the first quarter to cap a 7-play, 70-yard drive after the extra-point from Jefferson’s Joey Black.

The Sophomores tied the game on a 5-yard run from Sequoyah back Will Rajecki with 2:17 left in the first quarter. A 23-yard run from Carrollton back Kimauri Farmer put the elder classmen ahead 14-7 after an Alex Brock (Cedar Grove) extra-point. With 8:01 left in the first half, Musser passed to Athens Academy’s Keyon Standifer on a 35-yard touchdown to tie the game at 14.

Brock gave the Sophomores the lead on a 30-yard field goal at the end of the first half to give the Sophomores the 17-14 lead. Musser scored his second rushing touchdown on a 29-yard scamper with 10:27 left in the third quarter to put the freshman up 21-17.

McWhorter’s 35-yard touchdown pass to Prince Avenue receiver CJ Dockery retook the lead for the Sophomores with 6:16 left in the game. The Freshman responded with a 61-yard touchdown pass from Musser to Lincoln County’s Andrew Beard to retake the lead for good for the youngsters. Black kicked a 28-yard field goal with 55 seconds left to extend the lead to 31-24.

Beard had three receptions for 117 yards and a touchdown while Standifer caught two passes for 35 yards and a touchdown for the Freshman. Brown had nine tackles, one tackle for loss and one forced fumble. St. Francis safety Keon Clealand had two solo tackles but made a key interception which he returned 21 yards. Two-way athlete Standifer had one tackle but five pass breakups. For the Sophomores, McWhorter was 9-of-22 passing for 158 yards and two touchdowns. Farmer had seven carries for 78 yards and a touchdown while Campbell back Ashton Gochett had seven carries for 70 yards. Dandridge made three catches for 57 yards and a touchdown while Dockery had three catches for 45 yards and a touchdown. North Hall safety Walker Davis made six tackles and one forced fumble to lead the Sophomores.

Junior Blue 21, Junior Gold 17 (full stats)

The Blue Team trailed for just three minutes in the first quarter before taking control in the penultimate game of the Georgia Elite Classic at Rome’s historic Barron Stadium. The Gold Team mounted a charge in the waning minutes but fell short of a comeback.

Hillgrove kicker Cody Cowan converted a 38-yard field goal with 7:50 left in the first quarter to put the Gold Team up. With 3:45 left in the first quarter, East Paulding quarterback Chantz Bouknight passed to Mount Vernon’s Walker Warshaw on an 11-yard touchdown which capped an 11-play, 70-yard drive in 4:05 to give the Blue Team a lead it would not relinquish.

The Blue Team went up 14-3 with 4:08 in the second quarter on a 2-yard run from East Pauding running back Javen Parker which capped a 13-play, 72-yard drive in 6:22. The Gold Team cut into the lead on a 3-yard run from Lambert back Tommy LaFayette to end a 7-play, 67-yard drive in 4:16.

The Blue Team expanded the lead on a 70-yard run from Adairsville back Jamarian Pullum on a 1-play drive with 5:06 left in the third quarter. The Gold Team scored on a 14-yard pass from Bethlehem’s Brooks Brien to North Atlanta’s Grant Thompson with 1:37 left in the game but it was out of reach.

Pullum had four carries for 88 yards and a touchdown and Parker made nine carries for 42 yards and a touchdown to lead the Blue Team on the ground. Bouknight was 4-of-8 passing for 43 yards and a touchdown, Dalton quarterback Ethan Long was 5-of-8 passing for 28 yards and Darlington quarterback Luke Parker was 4-of-5 passing for 32 yards.

On defense for the Blue Team, Harrison lineman Christian Smith had six tackles, two tackles for loss and two sacks for 11 yards. Cedartown defensive back Tae Harris made five tackles with one tackle for loss. Cherokee Bluff’s Kaden Thompson had three tackles, one for a loss and one interception returned 28 yards.

LaFayette had 13 carries for 43 yards and a touchdown to lead the Gold Team on the ground. Brien was a standout 7-of-12 passing for 124 yards and a touchdown. Thompson made three catches for 36 yards and a touchdown while Chattahoochee’s DJ Avery had five receptions for 99 yards and North Gwinnett receiver Erik Ronning made four catches for 62 yards. On defense for the Gold Team, Cedar Grove lineman Javon Beckford had five tackles and Troup lineman Amarius Perdue had four tackles with one tackle for loss and one sack with a forced fumble.

Senior Blue 14, Senior Gold 0 (full stats)

Two touchdown runs – one in the first quarter and one in the third quarter – proved decisive for the Blue Team as it moved past the Gold Team in the third game of the day at the Georgia Elite Classic at Rome’s historic Barron Stadium.

Ola quarterback Jake Holmes scored on a 2-yard run to cap a 12-play, 79-yard drive and a kick from Prince Avenue’s Tyler Denny gave the Blue Team a 7-0 lead. In the third quarter with 5:49 remaining, Westminster running back Fain Barton scored on an 11-yard run to cap a 3-play, 14-yard drive and Denny’s kick brought the score to its final tally.

Barton had seven carries for 44 yards and a touchdown and Holes made three carries for two yards and a touchdown to lead the Blue Team. Brookwood quarterback Rodge Waldrop was 8-of-13 passing for 61 yards and Holmes was 1-of-5 passing for 13 yards.

On defense, the Blue Team was led by Carver-Atlanta defensive lineman Jamontez Hines, who had eight tackles and seven tackles for a loss with seven sacks for 26 yards with two forced fumbles. Alpharetta linebacker Collin Kungu had six tackles and two tackles for loss with two sacks. Newnan defensive tackle Zy’Kerion Tucker had six tackles with five tackles for a loss and three sacks.  Alpharetta defensive lineman Ryan Fletcher had five tackles with four tackles for loss and four sacks for 12 yards. For the Gold Team, Roswell quarterback KJ Smith was 9—of-21 passing for 111 yards and Washington County quarterback Cam Beasley was 5-of-11 passing for 68 yards. Smith made 11 carries for 39 yards. Coffee running back Fred Brown had 11 carries for 52 yards.

7th Grade Gold 14, 7th Grade Blue 13 (full stats)

A missed extra-point attempt with 10:19 left in the game proved the difference as the 7th Grade Gold team moved past the 7th Grade Blue team in the opening game of the 11th annual Georgia Elite Classic at Rome’s historic Barron Stadium.

“It was a great experience,” said Gold Team coach Gordon Dudley, one of two coaches who previously competed in the Georgia Elite Classic. “Obviously, I played in the event in 2013 and I met a lot of people that I still keep up with, one is Brad Stewart, a great receiver at (Georgia) Tech. I am just glad that I can give back to these kids and get them some exposure on national television.”

Rabun County quarterback Knox Whitworth scored on a 25-yard run with 9:24 left in the first quarter to give the Gold Team the 7-0 lead after an extra-point from Westside’s Ozil Quijada to cap a 4-play, 70-yard drive in 2:36. Rome running back Jeremy Ferguson Jr. scored on a 4-yard run with 4:36 left in the first quarter which capped an 8-play, 27-yard drive in 3:46. Matthew Manning converted the extra-point to tie the game at 7.

“I am used to coaching high schoolers,” said Blue Team head coach Trevor Thomas. “Dropping down was somewhat of an adjustment. I had an opportunity to coach a bit in the offseason and coach with some of my former teammates and good buddies and so we just kept the main thing, the main thing.”

With 2:42 left in the first quarter, Calhoun running back Athens Davenport scored on a 44-yard pass from Carrollton quarterback Trucker Jordan to cap a 4-play, 70-yard drive in 1:54 and give the Gold Team a 14-7 lead. Quijada’s extra point proved to be the game-winner.

“We knew that A-Train was going to give us a spark,” Dudley said. “So we were just holding onto it and waiting for the right moment to use it and in the second half he got the job done.”

Lassiter receiver Mile Moore caught a 36-yard touchdown pass from Lakeview Academy quarterback Jordan Sharp with 10:19 left in the game to cap a 6-play, 60-yard drive in 2:05, but Manning’s extra-point try missed the mark.  

Jordan was 7-of-9 passing for 96 yards and one touchdown and Whitworth had four carries for 38 yards and a touchdown for the Gold Team. Ferguson had 14 carries for 49 yards and a touchdown. Sharp was 4-of-12 passing for 54 yards and a touchdown.

Marist’s Hudson Kalb led the Gold Team with six solo and four assisted tackles with three tackles for loss. Osborne’s Carter Juneau made six solo tackles with four assisted tackles and three tackles for loss for the Blue Team.

8th Grade Blue 14, 8th Grade Gold 7 (full stats)

A 55-yard pass from Bode Spence to Keelan Wonsley with 1:18 left in the game lifted the Blue Team past the Gold Team in the second game of the day at the 11th annual Georgia Elite Classic at Rome’s historic Barron Stadium.

Trailing 7-0 after the first quarter, the Blue Team scored two unanswered touchdowns to secure the victory.

Ashworth’s Ezequiel Carter scored on a 4-yard run with 4:15 left in the first quarter to give the Gold Team a 7-0 lead following the extra-point from Blessed Trinity kicker Andrew Nelson. With 4:56 left in the first half, the Blue Team capped a 4-play, 21-yard drive with a 25-yard pass from Washington County quarterback Tristan Robinson to Mt. Pisgah receiver Andrew Cochran and Norcross kicker Joseph Garcia tied the game on the extra point.

The game-winning pass from Spence, an East Paulding quarterback, to Wonsley, a Milton receiver, capped a 2-play, 52-yard drive to secure the victory. Spence was 7-of-15 passing for 115 yards and a touchdown to lead the Blue Team. Wonsley made three receptions for 54 yards and a touchdown.

Marist’s Lucas Rosser made six solo tackles and four assisted tackles with three tackles for loss and one sack to lead the Blue Team on defense.

Georgia Elite Classic All-Star game recaps from Thursday

The 10th annual Georgia Elite Classic came to an end at Rome’s Barron Stadium with three all-star games Thursday between two middle school teams, the freshman/sophomore game and the junior/senior game.

All three games are being broadcast on PeachtreeTV and you can watch by following the link or checking out the game recaps below.

Middle School – National 28, American 14

Grant Hoviland caught two touchdown passes to help the National team to a 28-14 victory over the American team in the opening game of the 10th annual Georgia Elite Classic at Rome’s Barron Stadium.

Hoviland, a Milton tight end, made the most of his two receptions, scoring on a 6-yard pass from Pope quarterback Hudson Marinko and a 70-yard pass from Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy quarterback Luke Stansell.

“The biggest thing with these eighth-grade guys,” said National team head coach Joe Stokowski. “They were invited to this because they have elite-level talent. But the biggest thing to go with that, they’re going to learn the elite-level mental game. A lot of these guys can go out and play and they might not have anything bad happen to them. But with a group as talented as we had today, every single kid faced a little bit of adversity. When you get to high school, you’ll face adversity.”

The Nationals went up 7-0 on a 5-yard run from North Gwinnett’s Andrew Beard. The American team tied the game on a 21-yard pass from North Gwinnett quarterback Elam Rahman. Haviland’s 6-yard reception put the Nationals up 14-7 with 9:58 left in the second quarter. His 70-yard reception put the National team up 21-7 with 7:57 left in the third quarter.

“We try to tell them, never let a compliment go to your head and never let criticism go to your heart,” said American team head coach Dusty Phillips. “Now they must be able to handle being successful. Yes, sure, you did great. But what are you going to do next time?”

The American team scored on a 91-yard touchdown pass from Rahman to Long Cane wide receiver Davis Moncus with :47 left in the third quarter. The National team put the game away with a 17-yard pass from Newnan quarterback Hayes Maginnis to Athens Academy wide receiver Keyon Standifer.


The Georgia Elite Classic was first introduced in December of 2013 and has provided a stage for many of the state’s top prospects in each year since. While operating as an annual all-star showcase, the Classic has expanded over the years and will broadcast the 10th edition live from Rome on Thursday, Dec. 29.

The Class of 2015 was represented in the Junior Game of the Inaugural Georgia Elite Classic in 2013 and therefore is the earliest graduating class to come through the event. The Class of 2016 was represented in the 2014 Classic’s Junior Game the following year and the Class of 2017, Class of 2018 and Class of 2019 came through with the more recent Class of 2020-22. This year’s four-game lineup will have the Class of 2023-2027 represented and the long list of future college stars is set to continue growing. We looked back through each of the Georgia Elite Classic rosters of the classes that graduated (2015-2022) and 1,216 individuals that have gone on to play at the next level are listed below. This staggering number also includes current NFL players Darius Slayton and Chuma Edoga, who were featured in the first-ever Classic as well as John Fitzpatrick and Jake Carmada, who were taken in the most recent draft.

CLASS OF 2022 (172)

Keith Adams (Cherokee, Clemson)

Kevin Alfaro (Callaway, Gordon State)

Marcus Allen (Walton, UNC)

James Amos (Eastside, Virginia Military Inst.)

Ty Anderson (Thomasville, Gardner Webb)

Bryce Archie (McEachern, Coastal Carolina)

Simeon Askew (Houston County, West Georgia)

Banks Atkins (Blessed Trinity, Reinhardt Golf)

Lem Azlin (Pepperell, LaGrange)

Champ Baker (Parkview, Carson-Newman)

Jai Barnes (Cedartown, Gardner Webb)

Evan Bax (Walton, Oklahoma State)

Christian Benson (Eastside, Erksine)

Nick Benton (Eastside, Independence CC)

Cory Berry (Westlake, Albany State)

Walker Berryman (Marist, Raven Football BC)

Brandon Best (Tucker, Georgia Tech)

Mumu Bin-Wahad (Grayson, West Virginia)

Isaiah Bond (Buford, Alabama)

Brooks Bortle (Woodstock, Georgia)

Jimmy Bowdry (Thomasville, UTC)

Justin Brett (Washington County, Mercer)

Anderson Britton (Heritage-Catoosa, Army)

AJ Brown (Walton, UAB)

Chandler Brown (Gordon Lee, Fullerton)

Johnnie Brown (Parkview, Miami)

Cedrion Brundage (Putnam County, Georgia)

Kamrin Brunson (Grayson, Morehouse)

Latrell Bullard (McEachern, Georgia Southern)

Rowan Burdick (Chattooga Emory and Henry)

Easton Burgess (Grayson, Point)

Adam Bussy (Augusta Christian, Presbyterian)

Martin Caines (Central-Macon, Central State)

Jackson Cannon (Ola, Mississippi State)

Terry Carmichael (Carrollton, Jacksonville State)

Kristopher Cassel (Meadowcreek, Jackson State)

Cole Cavin (Chattooga, North Alabama)

Ryan Chandley (Cherokee, Southern Illinois)

Burke Cigelski (Riverwood, Washington and Lee)

Jack Cigelski (Riverwood, John Hopkins)

John Cochran (Harris County, Ripon College)

Lawson Cole (Stratford Academy, Mercer Baseball)

Zander Cook (Chattooga, Faulkner)

Charlie Cooper (Tucker, Kennesaw State)

Deandre Creary (Kell, Savannah State)

Michael Crumbley (Putnam County, GMC)

Brandon Dabrowa (Creekview, Huntingdon)

Noah Demeritt (Camden County, Virginia)

Monrez Dinkins (Warner Robins, Faulkner)

Darrien Doster (Starr’s Mill, Reinhardt)

Matthew Dubois (Cambridge, John Hopkins)

Cori Dumas (Ringgold, Birmingham-Southern)

Jalen Farmer (Eastside, Florida)

Derrell Farrar (Grayson, Appalachian State)

Jamie Felix (Camden County, Georgia Tech)

Kade Funderburk (North Gwinnett, Samford)

Kalpne Gadsden (Effingham County, Stetson)

Brody Gann (Ringgold, UTC)

Micah Gay (Johns Creek, Tennessee State)

Jarvis Germany (Mary Persons, GMC)

Dean Giacobbe (King’s Ridge, Rollins College Lacrosse)

Brantley Gibson (Perry, GMC)

Deidric Gibson (Rockmart, Shorter)

Danny Gosk (Alpharetta, Rhodes)

Tyler Griffin (Southeast Bulloch, UCF)

Mateo Guevara (Cherokee Bluff, Middle Tennessee State)

Andrew Guth (Johns Creek, Wofford)

Dylan Hannon (Alpharetta, Kennesaw State)

Nick Harden (Parkview, Palmetto Prep)

Jaden Harris (Riverwood, Miami)

Adarrius Harshaw (Cherokee, Reinhardt)

Donovan Haslam (Perry, Austin Peay)

Drake Hatcher (McEachern, Colgate)

Elijah Haughawout (Lambert, Army)

Michael Haynes (Brookwood, Samford)

Curtis Head (Perry, GMC)

Gannon Hearst (Johns Creek, Limestone)

Jayvon Henderson (Mill Creek, East Tennessee State)

Cason Henry (Walton, South Carolina)

Jarvis Hicks (Woodland, North Carolina)

Bryson Hill (Rome, Cumberland)

Johnerio Holt (Athens Christian, Samford)

Ty Hubert (Creekview, Air Force)

Sebastian Irons (Dacula, Peru State University) 

Ashton Jackson (Jenkins, Hutchinson CC)

Camren Jackson (Tucker, Trinity Valley)

Marlion Jackson (Cherokee Bluff, Atlantic Christian)

Zach Johansen (North Gwinnett, Ole Miss)

Ethan Joseph (King’s Ridge, Arkansas)

Josh Josephs (North Cobb, Tennessee)

Jordan Johnson (Cedartown, NW Mississippi)

Zuri Johnson (Marietta, Trinity College)

Jadin Jones (Camden County, South Carolina State)

Langston Jones (Brookwood, LeHigh)

Quentel Jones (Peach County, Kentucky)

Carson Kent (Cambridge, Kennesaw State)

Marquis Killebrew (Brookwood, Texas A&M)

Kendrick Kirby (Calhoun, Army)

Jacob Klein (Ridgeland, UTC)

Ladaria Leggit (Peach County, Siusalukis)

Eli Leiataua (Bradwell Institute, Kennesaw State)

Gage Leonard (Christian Heriatage, Navy)

Jaquette Lester (Oconee County, College of Siskiyous)

LaShaun Lester (Chattooga, Saluki)

Nyqua Lett (Pebblebrook, Alabama State)

Christian Lewis (Calhoun, Berry)

AJ Lopez (Grayson, Harvard)

Dylan Lyerly (North Forsyth, Penn State)

Zachary Lyle (Houston County, Reinhardt)

Rawson MacNeill (Walton, Rice)

Grayson Mains (Lambert, South Carolina)

Barry Manning (Tucker, Eastern Michigan)

Daniel Martin (Marietta, Vanderbilt)

Tyler Martin (Cass, Berry)

Blake Matthews (Bremen, Troy)

Brayden Mauldin (North Paulding, GMC)

Will McCraw (Rabun County, Gardner Webb)

Exavier McDowell (South Gwinnett, West Georgia)

Enosh McMillan (Southeast Bulloch, GMC)

Isaiah Mitchell (Luella, Gordon State)

Cason Moore (Cherokee Bluff, GMC)

Javon Moore (Temple, Cumberlands)

Silas Mulligan (White County, Reinhardt Baseball)

Addison Nichols (Greater Atlanta Christian, Tennessee)

Baxley O’Brien (Flowery Branch, Mercer)

Bear Old (Rabun County, Montana State)

Karim Page (Dalton, Gardner Webb)

Marquis Palmer (Crisp County, Tuskegee)

Jake Parker (Cartersville, Howard Payne)

Bryce Parrish (Houston County, Gordon State)

Charlie Patrick (Dalton, Georgia Southern)

Vito Perri (Alpharetta, Alabama)

Jack Pirinelli (Blessed Trinity, Army)

Niles Prince (Brookwood, Johnson C. Smith University)

Ryan Purves (Walton, Georgia Tech)

Jacob Ray (Cartersville, Berry)

Savion Riley (Kell, Vanderbilt)

Hunter Rizer (Houston County, Barton)

Tyler Rowe (Holy Innocents’, Georgia Tech)

Zak Rozman (Walton, Appalachain State)

Elijah Ruiz (Gainesville, Tennessee Tech)

Griffin Scroggs (Buford, Georgia)

Denton Shamburger (Westminster, Georgia)

Jacob Smith (Paulding County, West Georgia)

Quin Smith (Calhoun, Air Force)

Cole Speer (Calhoun, Georgia)

Cole Spence (Mt. Pisgah, Vanderbilt)

Holden Staes (Westminster, Notre Dame)

Marc Stampey II (Starr’s Mill, Georgia Southern)

Elijah Stephens (Turner County, Savannah State)

Chandler Strong (Houston County, Georgia Southern)

Tristian Summers (Creekview, Berry)

Kaece Supples (Tucker, Reinhardt)

AJ Swann (Cherokee, Vanderbilt)

Persean Taylor (Thomas County Central, Shorter)

Ronnie Thomas (Houston County, Kennesaw State)

Caleb Thompson (Darlington, Grand Canyon)

Jacob Tucker (Alexander, Reinhardt)

Tate Turner (ACE Charter, Sewanee)

AJ Vaccaro (Creekview, Huntington)

Nathan Vail (Harrison, Duke)

Derrick Von Hubbard (Chapel Hill, West Georgia)

Daveon Walker (Warner Robins, Vanderbilt)

Niterrian Walker (Upson-Lee, Albany State)

Eli Warrington (North Oconee, Berry)

CJ Washington (Cedartown, Georgia)

Kaleb Webb (McEachern, Tennessee)

Kyle White (Ringgold, West Georgia)

Bryce Wilcox (Trinity Christian, Michigan)

Brinston Williams (North Gwinnett, Mississippi State)

Mykel Williams (Hardaway, Georgia)

Tyhler Williams (Tucker, Akron)

Class of 2021 (146)

Ali Abdul-Barr (Woodland-Stockbridge, Eastern Michigan)

Harrison Allen (Cartersville, Cornell)

Christian Anderson (Rockdale County, UTC)

Nick Bailey (Woodland-Cartersville, Shorter)

Tanner Bivins (Wesleyan, Army)

Gavin Bloom (North Oconee, Georgia Military College)

Cody Bradford (Flowery Branch, Army)

Quinton Bradford (Norcross, Concord)

LaMarucs Brand (Mountain View, West Virginia Wesleyan)

Reid Brass (Newnan, Mercer)

Garrett Brophy (Grayson, John Hopkins)

Aalah Brown (Valdosta, Jackson State)

Devin Brown (Eastside, Murray State)

Hayden Cagle (Cartersville, Berry)

Wil Calhoun (Greater Atlanta Christian, Kennesaw State)

Donte Calloway (North Oconee, Point)

Price Campbell (Lanier, Shorter)

Alex Carman (Peachtree Ridge, Davidson)

Barrett Carter (North Gwinnett, Clemson)

Justin Carter (Tucker, Missouri Valley)

Teondre Carter (New Manchester, Washburn)

Holden Caspersen (Roswell, Clemson)

LaDarius Ceasar (Early County, Georgia Military College)

Chaz Chambliss (Carrollton, Georgia)

Andrew Cloy (Creekview, Ohio Northern)

Gabe Coker (Hart County, Mars Hill)

Nate Cole (Alpharetta, City of College of San Francisco)

Deion Colzie (Athens Academy, Notre Dame)

Caleb Commings (Brookwood, Benedict College)

Xian Cowher (Grovetown, Brevard)

Conor Cummings (Walton, Kennesaw State)

Deagtrick Cook (Temple, University of the Cumberlands)

Mekhi Davenport (Elbert County, Erskine)

Justin Davis (Alexander, Point)

Carlos Del Rio (McEachern, Florida)

Shakari Denson (Claxton, Ohio)

Jude Dioguardi (Creekview, Ave Maria University)

Legend Doggett (Ola, Iowa Western)

Andrew Douglas (Mt. Vernon, Army)

Dawson Duncan (Pepperell, West Georgia)

McClennon Duncan (Bremen, Campbellsville)

Zac Dyer (Brookwood, North Georgia)

Kaleb Edwards (Dacula, Georgia Tech)

Cameron Ellerby (Peachtree Ridge, Tabor College)

Bobby Ezzard (Brookwood, Liberty)

Terrence Ferguson (Peach County, Alabama)

Horatio Fields (New Manchester, Wake Forest)

Deymon Fleming Jr. (Greater Atlanta Christian, Charleston Southern)

Dennard Flowers (Hampton, Arkansas State)

Amaad Foston (John Milledge, Virginia)

Chandler Fower (Ola, Presbyterian College)

Justin Franklin (Douglas County, Gardner-Webb)

Weston Franklin (Wayne County, Georgia Tech)

Chance Gamble (Upson-Lee, Kennesaw State)

AJ German (Elbert County, NC Wesleyan)

DeTerias Glover (Camden County, Austin Peay)

Davis Golick (Woodward, Dartmouth)

Byron Green (McEachern, Arizona State)

Carson Griffin (Calhoun, Mercer)

Nikholas Hackett (Mundy’s Mill, Reinhardt)

Shawn Hardy (Camden County, Nebraska)

Keeman Hayes (Tucker, Missouri Valley)

Jamal Haynes (Grayson, Georgia Tech)

Jaylen Hill (Kennesaw Mountain, Southeastern Louisiana)

Amari Hodges (North Atlanta, Point)

Justin Hodges (Clarke Central, Limestone)

Montavious Holts (Carrollton, Fort Scott C.C.)

Justin Isler (Temple, Appalachain State)

DJ Jackson (Cedar Grove, Shorter)

George Jackson (Stephenson, Louisiana)

Maddox Jackson (Upson-Lee, Cumberlands)

Nick Jackson (Mt. Pisgah, Marist)

Jaheim James (Lowndes, Fort Valley State)

Dwayne Johnson (South Gwinnett, Illinois)

Logan Johnson (Prince Avenue, Georgia)

Phillip Johnson (Temple, Army)

Ricardo Johnson (Thomasville, Gardner Webb)

Joshua Jones (Campbell, Campbell)

Landon Kardian (Holy Innocents’, Kennesaw State)

Brady Lackey (Sonoraville, University of the Cumberlands)

EJ Lackey (Rome, Huntingdon College)

Corbin LaFrance (Kell, Robert Morris)

Bronson Landreth (Forsyth Central, William Penn)

Fuches Lewis II (Calvary Day, Georgia State)

Christian Lett (Carrollton, Hutchinson C.C.)

Caden Long (Roswell, UAB)

Trevor Lovett (North Cobb, Georgia Highlands Baseball)

TJ Lowe (Buford, UVA Wise)

Christian Lowery (Harrison, Cincinnati)

Justin Luke (Northside-WR, North Alabama)

Charles Madison (Laney, Fayetteville)

Peyton Major (Centennial, Arizona Christian)

Phil Mafah (Grayson, Clemson)

Eldrick Mason (Central Gwinnett, Pikeville)

Kobe Mathis (New Manchester, Georgia Knights Prep)

Jacob Merrifield (Winder-Barrow, FAU)

Dylan Merrell (Alpharetta, Duke)
Mekhi Mews (Central Gwinnett, Georgia)

Tyreon Millsap (Clarke Central, Limestone)

William Mitchell III (Parkview, Mighty Carthage College)

Micah Morris (Camden County, Georgia)

Max Neleman (Lassiter, Feltrim Academy)

Cole Nelson (Johns Creek, Virginia Tech)

Julian Nixon (Centennial, Tennessee)

Jabez Oliphant (Commerce, Limestone)

Christopher Paul Jr. (Crisp County, Arkansas)

Nathan Payne (Mountain View, West Virginia Wesleyan)

Nicholas Perry (Buford, Charleston Southern)

Eric Pfeifer (Landmark Christian, Shorter)

Michael Porter (Norcross, Judson)

Phabian Power (Johnson-Savannah, Palmetto Prep)

Terin Prather (Manchester, Northeast Georgia Prep)

Tyler Pugh (Grayson, UT Martin)

Scotty Randolph III (Clarke Central, Limestone)

Dayson Ranew (Mountain View, Saint Anselm College)

Myles Redding (Whitefield Academy, Mercer)

Davion Rhodes (Pelham, Georgia Southern)

Luke Ritter (Cambridge, Stetson)

Dawson Rivers (Tucker, Butler C.C.)

Trey Robinson (Pepperell, Erkshire)

Beau Shugarts (Greenbrier, Air Force)

Spenser Smith (Gilmer, Ferrum)

Kaleb Speights (Cass, Shorter)

Nick Speros (Mt. Pisgah, Samford)

Sam Stout (Pickens, Reinhardt)

Jordan Stringer (Laney, Auburn)

Grant Taylor (Armuchee, Shorter)

Jalik Thomas (Central-Macon, Hutchinson C.C.)

Joshua Thomas (Fayette County, Erksine)

Jackson Turner (Mill Creek, Ohio State)

Brock Vandagriff (Prince Avenue, Georgia)

Pierce Vickery (Habersham Central, Mercer)

Jackson Walls (Parkview, West Georgia)

Corder Ward (Tucker, Butler C.C.)

Adam Watkins (Dacula, KSU)

KJ Weaver (Adairsville, Shorter)

Tillman Weaver (Riverwood, Ohio)

Conor Weselman (Westminster, Stanford)

Langston White (CCA, Mercer)

RJ White (East Jackson, Erksine)

Kaleb Whitsett (Hampton, Memphis Gators Prep)

Kamar Wilcoxson (Florida, Stephenson)

William Willis (Holy Innocents’, Furman)

James Wood (Jeff Davis, Western Carolina)

Ryan Young (Brookwood, Campbell)

Khristian Zachary (Carrollton, Liberty)

CLASS OF 2020 (219)

Reiton Allen (Harrison, Limestone)

Talique Allen (Peach County, Western Kentucky)

Elijah Anderson (Roswell, Harding)

Donovan Anthony (Washington-Wilkes, Army)

Javon Baker (McEachern, Alabama)

Zander Barnett (Milton, University of Richmond)

Micah Bell (Harrison, Harvard)

Jamari Bellamy (McEachern, Air Force)

Osbaldo Beltran (Dalton, Tennessee Tech)

Julian Beris (South Paulding, Mercer)

Demetrial Bivins (Mays, Georgia Knights Prep)

Griffin Brewster (Darlington, Kent State)

Tyler Bride (Greater Atlanta Christian, Georgia Southern)

Cade Brock (Darlington, Georgia)

Jabari Brooks (Washington County, Samford)

Colby Brookshire (Flowery Branch, Berry)

Josh Brown (North Atlanta, William Jewell)

Neriyan Brown (North Springs, LaFayette)

Willie Brown (Cook, Hind C.C.)

Jordan Brunson (South Forsyth, Virginia Tech)

Jahmere Bryant (Warner Robins, Fort Valley State)

Joshua Burney (Jones County, Fort Valley State)

Evan Byrd (Greater Atlanta Christian, Alabama A&M)

Marcus Cain (Murray County, Reinhardt)

Hugh Cairney (Bleckley County, University of Chicago)

Ben Caldwell (Pace Academy, Vanderbilt)

Chase Calloway (South Forsyth, Shorter)

Depray Camerson (Mays, Morehouse)

Bailey Cannady (Pickens, West Georgia)

Quintarius Chapman (Bradwell Institute, Savannah State)

Jacob Cochran (Harris County, Ripon College)

Kevin Cochran (Thomasville, Iowa Western C.C.)

Demeke Colbert (Upson-Lee, Savannah State)

Antoine Coleman (Gainesville, Avila University)

Warren Coneway (Washington County, Mercer)

Noah Cook (Eastside, Garden City)

Dariuse Cooper (Bradwell Institute, West Virginia Wesleyan College)

Josiah Cotton (Mount De Sales, Samford)

Reed Couch (Rockmart, Berry)

Michael Cox (Holy Innocents’, Missouri)

Jonathen Cross (McEachern, Upike)

Austin Crowley (Gordon Lee, Sewanee)

CJ Culver (Rockmart, Shorter)

Patrick Dahlen (Cherokee, Air Force)

Asante Das (Allatoona, Georgetown)

TJ Davis (Metter, Florida State)

Aeneas Dean (Lanier County, Limestone University)

Beau Deberry (Grayson, Mars Hill)

Jaquez Dew (Whitefield Academy, Lenoir-Rhyne)

Vincent Dinkins (Kell, Middle Tennessee State)

Tysen Dougherty (Darlington, Mercer)

Kendall Drake (North Cobb, Garden City C.C.)

Nickolas Dumas (Redan, Louisiana C.C.)

Isaiah Dunson (Tucker, Miami)

Devin Ellison (Cherokee, Georgia Tech)

Ronnie Faison (Tri-Cities, Mercer)

Jack Ferguson (Lassiter, Georgia Southern)

Sterling Fleury (North Atlanta, Southern University)

CJ Ford (South Forsyth, Elon)

Ben Fortson (Bowdon, West Georgia)

Caleb Franklin (Peachtree Ridge, Fort Scott C.C.)

Miles Friday (Peachtree Ridge, Utah State)

Evan Fuller (Bremen, Kennesaw State)

Jordan Gaines (Statesboro, Tuskegee)

Jonah Gambill (Cartersville, Memphis)

Winston Gassant (Hebron Christian, Jacksonville State)

Cody Gast (Harrison, West Georgia)

Jahmyr Gibbs (Dalton, Georgia Tech)

Grant Gibson (Sequoyah, N.C. State)

Arik Gilbert (Marietta, LSU)

Grayson Gilder (Blessed Trinity, Army)

Jorge Gonzalez (Claxton, Savannah State)

Jaylen Grady (Jeff Davis, St. Andrews University)

Jake Gragg (South Paulding, Tennessee Tech)

Wyatt Hampton (East GA State University)

Nick Hanson (Heritage-Catoosa, Reinhardt)

Darek Harden (Archer, Southern Illinois)

Alex Hardnett (Heritage, East Tennessee State)

Dawson Hamby (Calhoun, Lindsey Wilson College)

DJ Hart (Norcross, North Dakota State)

Wiley Hartley (North Atlanta, Campbell)

Odesmun Heath (Rome, Cumberland University)

William Henley (Alexander, Berry)

Sean Hill (Brookwood, N.C. State)

Seth Hodges (Bremen, Georgia Southern)

Christian Hodgins (Sequoyah, Huntingdon College)

Nathan Hodnett (Apalachee, Tennessee Tech)

Taylor Hogan (McEachern, Point)

Clayton Holland (Pickens, Kennesaw State)

Noah Hollingsworth (Wilcox County, Valdosta State)

Jalen Huff (Athens Academy, Georgia Tech)

Byson Irby (Alexander, East Tennessee State)

Deondre Jackson (Stephenson, Texas A&M)

Myles Jackson (Mill Creek, UCLA)

Ronald Jackson (Norcross, Clark Atlanta)

Jacob Jarrett (Roswell, Tennessee Tech)

Jamontae Jean (Therrell, Glennvile)

KD Johnson (Thomasville, Huntingdon)

Khobe Johnson (Cass, Minnesota C.C.)

Miles Johnson (Fannin County, Georgia)

Taji Johnson (Marietta, Boston College)

Isaiah Jones (Douglas County, Hutchinson C.C.)

Tim Jones Jr. (Rome, Cumberland)

Jamarian Lockhart (Peach County, Hutchinson C.C.)

Travis Lockhart (Carrollton, Florida Atlantic)

Hunter Kautz (Ola, Berry)

Karl Kennedy (Ola, Kennesaw State)

Aaron Key (McEachern, Western Kentucky)

Joshua Kimmons (North Cobb, East Tennessee State)

Ezra King (Eastside, Wofford)

Kurt Kinsley (Athens Academy, Georgia)

Trent Knighting (South Paulding, Berry)

Eli Kohl (Brookwood, Kennesaw State)

Jalen Lee (Peachtree Ridge, Georgia Southern)

James Maddox (Hillgrove, Garden City C.C.)

Jonathan Magee Jr. (Parkview, Georgia Knights Prep)

Noah Mallard (Denmark, Columbia University)

Thomas Marshall (South Paulding, Navy)

Camden Mathis (Putnam County, Allen University)

Connor Mayfield (Flowery Branch, University of the Cumberlands)

John Ross Maye (Johns Creek, Lenoir-Rhyne)

Jalen Mayala (Archer, Indiana)

Kobe Mcallister (Heritage, Cincinnati)

Shane McCormick (Prince Avenue, Kennesaw State)

Matthew McCravy (Hillgrove, Berry)

Darrell McDowell (Shiloh, Delta State)

Andre Miller (Savannah Country Day, Army)

Anthony Minella (Milton, Georgia Tech)

McKay Melnick (Prince Avenue, South Carolina)

Quincy Miller (Pebblebrook, Troy)

Nate Moon (Savannah Christian, Georgia Tech)

Gadge Moore (North Cobb, Georgia Military College)

Shemar Moore (South Effingham, North Carolina Wesleyan)

Spencer Moore (North Gwinnett, Presbyterian College)

Konata Mumpfield (Dacula, Akron)

Caden Mutchler (Jones County, Hillsdale)

Mason Napper (Lassiter, Miami)

Jonathan Nunn (Washington, Livingstone College)

Hall O’Neal (Holy Innocents’, Kennesaw State)

TJ Parks (Cherokee, Mercer)

Aiden Perkins (Brookwood, Army)

Kyle Perry (Hampton, Notre Dame College)

Matthew Robert Peters (Cairo, Navy)

Rashad Pruitt (Therrell, Oklahoma Panhandle State University)

Brayden Rouse (North Gwinnett, Point)

Kellen Grave de Paralta (Norcross, Navy)

Jasper Peacock (Pebblebrook, Jacksonville State)

Aiden Perkins (Brookwood, Army)

Lane Phillips (Heritage-Catoosa, UTC)

Jonathan Pittman (Milton, Princeton)

Miquavious Postell (Creekside, Fullerton College)

Kobe Pryor (Cedartown, Clemson)

Tristian Pullins (Bradwell Institute, Savannah State)

Christian Ray (Jeff Davis, Valdosta State)

Reed Reagin (Valdosta, Illinois)

Payton Rhoades (Pepperell, Sacred Heart)

Jamarcus Robertson (Putnam County, Methodist University)

Jontavis Robertson (Jones County, Duke)

Jeremiah Robinson (Westover, Southern Miss)

Brayden Rouse (Denmark, Point)

Coby Roye (Central Gwinnett, Georgia State)

Makius Scott (Gainesville, South Carolina)

Brandon Scuggs (Heritage, Southern Union State C.C.)

Nathan Seiy (Jones County, Mercer)

Parker Self (South Paulding, Florida State)

Jordan Simmons (McEachern, Michigan State)

Payten Singletary (Thomasville, Cincinnati)

Rasheed Singleton (Jonesboro, Catawba)

Hudson Spurlock (Stephens County, Air Force)

Hezakiah Cooper Smith (Douglas County, University of Lynchburg)

Colby Smith (Madison County, Warner University)

Cooper Smith (Bowdon, Army)

Daelan Smith (Peach County, Army)

Jai Smith (St. Francis, Florida A&M)

Tagiri Smith (Hapeville Charter, Kansas State)

Kobe Stewart (Marietta, Florida Atlantic)

Aquinas Stillwell (Grady Erskine)

AJ Stokes (Americus-Sumter, Bethel University)

Cole Storey (Harrison, Wingate)

Alex Sudderth (Prince Avenue, Presbyterian)

Pat Taylor (Johns Creek, Georgia)

Kris Thomas (Alpharetta, Berry)
Larry Thomas (Riverwood, Fort Valley State)

Trevian Thomas (Americus-Sumter, Arkansas State)

Deven Thompson (Windsor Forest, Stetson)

Jamaal Thompson (Rockmart, Hanover College)

Manny Thompson (Warner Robins, Georgia State)

Zaire Thornton (Grady, Tennessee State)

Desmond Tisdol (Wilcox County, Auburn)

Mecose Todd (Villa Rica, Iowa Western C.C.)

Keegan Toner (South Forsyth, Slippery Rock)

Kobe Towns (Peach County, Alcorn State)

Brock Trevelstead (North Paulding, Louisville)

Bryce Troutt (Alpharetta, Jacksonville State)

Jacorrei Turner (Woodward Academy, Arkansas)

Keilyn Tyus (Lamar County, SE Missouri State)

Niko Vangarelli (Mt. Paran, Princeton)

Clayton Walczuk (Flowery Branch, Guilford)

Latrell Walker (Grovetown, Erskine College)

Weston Wallace (Gatewood, Georgia)

DeVonte Walton (Bradwell Institute, Columbus State)

Tony Ward (Brookwood, Navy)

Tee Webb (Cartersville, Louisville)

Jaden Wheeler (Berrien, Florida Atlantic)

Edmund Whitaker (Harris County, Allen University)

Ricky White (Wheeler, Michigan State)

Ben Whitlock (Johns Creek, West Georgia)

JaQuari Wiggles (Mays, UTC)

Ashlon Williams Jr. (Aquinas, Army)

Dexter Williams (Mount De Sales, Indiana)

Jordan Williams (Gainesville, Georgia Tech)

Keavion Williams (Early County, Columbus State)

Mbiti Williams (Pace Academy, Navy)

Reid Williams (Ringgold, UTC)

Caleb Williamson (Harrison, Carson-Newman)

Justin Williamson (Central-Macon, Hanover College)

Kanova Willoughby (Americus-Sumter, Valdosta State)

Alexander Wilson (Allatoona, Wingate)

Kobe Wilson (Parkview, Temple)

CLASS OF 2019 (216)
Laamar Adams (Paulding County, Guilford College)
Malik Adams (Walton, Iowa Central C.C.)
Jedidiah Adetoye (Dacula, Georgia State)
Josh Agbenou (Apalachee, Furman)
Kendall Alford (Walton, Western Carolina)
Davis Allen (Calhoun, Clemson)
Jared Atchison (Pebblebrook, West Georgia)
Parker Ball (Douglas County, Tennessee)
Jalen Banks (Alcovy, Presbyterian)
Semajé Banks (Archer, West Georgia)
Andrew Barnes (Jackson, Shorter)
Logan Barnes (Dawson County, Wofford)
Aaron Beasley (Bowdon, Tennessee)
Aaron Bedgood (Richmond Hill, Coastal Carolina)
Devonta Berrien (Valdosta, Union College KY)
JR Bivens (Blessed Trinity, Middle Tennessee State)
Dominick Blaylock (Walton, Georgia)
JD Bertrand (Blessed Trinity, Notre Dame)
Kasra Bojnordi (Cambridge, Samford)
Dominic Boyd (Tucker, Alabama State)
Ja’Darien Boykin (Jones County, Louisville)
Jack Breedlove (Jackson, Rhodes College)
Javen Bridges (Cass, Bluffton University)
David Britten (McEachern, Dodge City C.C.)
Parker Brodgon (Lowndes, Valdosta State)
Max Brosmer (Centennial, University of New Hampshire)
Keyon Brooks (Kennesaw Mountain, Vanderbilt)
DeJuan Brown (Newton, Highland C.C.)
Urriah Brown (Kennesaw Mountain, Clark Atlanta)
Warren Burrell (North Gwinnett, Tennessee)
Zach Calzada (Lanier, Texas A&M)
Jamal Camp (South Forsyth, Georgia Tech)
Logan Cash (Winder-Barrow, Clemson)
Steele Chambers (Blessed Trinity, Ohio State)
Isaiah Chaney (Cartersville, Wake Forest)
Sevaughn Clark (Dawson County, Georgia)
Kris Coleman (Liberty County, Coastal Carolina)
Garrett Collins (Alexander, Reinhardt)
Evan Conley (Kell, Louisville)
Larry Corbin (Griffin, Murray State)
Caleb Crawford (Woodland-Stockbridge, Allen University)
Jalen Dallas (Bremen, University of the Cumberlands)
Ashantae’ Dainels (Jenkins, Wingate)
Preston Daniels (Washington County, Kennesaw State)
Antoine Davis (Tattnall Square, Garden City C.C.)
Jordan Davis (Jones County, West Georgia)
Noah Davis (Mary Persons, Reinhardt)
Ryan Davis (Blessed Trinity, UAB)
Marc Davis III (Thomasville, Reinhardt)
Damien Devine (Fitzgerald, Lenoir-Rhyne)
Cal Dickie (Centennial, Lenoir-Rhyne)
Colton Dingmore (Mary Persons, Georgia Southern)
Noah Duba (Dacula, Fort Scott C.C.)
John Dukes (North Oconee, Marshall)
Tray Dunson (Heard County, Gardner-Webb)
Oryen Edmonds (Meadowcreek, Highland C.C.)
Will Edwards (Centennial, Kennesaw State)
TJ Ellis (Central Gwinnett, Delta State)
Jah’Quez Evans (Mays, University of South Florida)
Curtis Fann (Emanuel County Institute, Florida State)
D’Andre Ferguson (North Cobb, Kennesaw State)
Ryan Fitzgerald (Colquitt County, Florida State)
Jon Fleming (North Forsyth, Berry)
Jamel Flowers (Discovery, Northeast Mississippi C.C.)
Tyler Fromm (Houston County, Auburn)
Marcuis Fulks (Hiram, Albany State)
Ahdarrious Gee (Crisp County, Troy)
Byron Gibson (Walton, Navy)
Zack Gibson (Johns Creek, Akron)
Jailin Ginyard (Westlake, Alabama State)
Joel Girtman (Westlake, Mercer)
Edward Glover (McEachern, Judson University)
Chad Goddard (Kell, Kennesaw State)
Ryan Goede (Kennesaw Mountain, Georgia)
Marshall Golick (Woodward Academy, Clemson)
Tyler Goodson (North Gwinnett, Iowa)
Anthony Goreny (Brookwood, Carson-Newman)
Elijah Grant (McEachern, Fort Valley State)
DeAngelo Griffin (Crisp County, Minnesota)
Hayden Hairston (Milton, Carnegie-Mellon)
Aaron Hall (Jefferson, St. Thomas More Prep)
Zach Hamilton (Parkview, Guilford College)
Garrison Hand (Villa Rica, Dodge City C.C.)
Jaxon Harrell (Valdosta, LaGrange)
Justin Harrell (Valdosta, LaGrange)
Kedrick Harvey (Chattahoochee County, Kennesaw State)
Jadon Haselwood (Cedar Grove, Oklahoma)
Zach Hayes (Jonesboro, Western Carolina)
Vance Heidelberg (Solid Rock Academy, Alcorn State)
Cedric Hillsman (Peach County, Northeast Mississippi C.C.)
Jalar Holley (Buford, Miami)
Du’shunte Holloway (Villa Rica, Yale)
Nate Hope (Johns Creek, Lehigh)
Jordan Huff (Morgan County, Georgia Tech)
Jaelin Humphries (Mountain View, Florida)
McKinley Hunter (Cherokee, Bluffton)
Aidan Higgins (Mountain View, Mercer)
Isaiah Jackson (Frederica Academy, Kentucky State)
Milton Jackson (Coffee, Georgia Southern)
Jeremy James (North Forsyth, Ole Miss)
Marvin James (Pebblebrook, West Georgia)
Blake Jefferson (Tucker, Lenoir-Rhyne)
Hayden Jenkins (Spalding, Kennesaw State)
Christian Johnstone (Archer, Appalachian State)
Caleb Jones (North Oconee, Georgia)
Duane Jones (Christian Heritage, Lindsey Wilson College)
Jagger Jones (Lanier, Catawba College)
Keiondre Jones (Callaway, Auburn)
Titus Jones (Woodland-Cartersville, Alabama A&M)
Trente Jones (Grayson, Michigan)
Kalil Kargbo (Creekside, LaGrange)
Michael Killebrew (Brookwood, Georgia Knights Prep Academy)
James King (Meadowcreek, Fort Valley State)
Michael King (Coahulla Creek, Thomas More)
Austin Kirksey (Walton, Nevada)
Andre Lacy (Shaw, Eastern Kentucky University)
Michael Lantz (Starr’s Mill, Minnesota)
Zach Lassiter (Houston County, Mercer)
Daniel Lavelle (Mary Persons, Garden City C.C.)
Ben Lawrence (Chattahoochee, Bethel University)
Bo Lawson (Dooly County, Hutchinson C.C.)
Jordan Lay (Hart County, Mars Hill)
Jackson Leak (Forsyth Central, Colgate)
Roderick Lewis (Jeff Davis, West Georgia)
Rassie Littlejohn (Gainesville, Stetson)
Cade Loden (Camden County, Kennesaw State)
Jackson Lowe (Cartersville, Tennessee)
Jonovan Lowe (Tucker, Tusculum)
Christian Mahogany (Hawkinsville, Mercer)
Ross Malmgren (North Paulding, Charleston Southern)
Ethan Marshall (Mill Creek, Carson-Newman)
Tyler McCaskill (Grayson, Highland C.C.)
Kadarius McDaniel (Tift County, Kentucky)
Steven Mckever (Jeff Davis, Maryville College)
Derrick McLendon (Tucker, Florida State)
Clifton Mercer (Crisp County, Lenoir-Rhyne)
Brian Merritt (Colquitt County, Mississippi Gulf Coast)
Emmanuel Michel (Archer, Air Force)
Luke Moseley (Calhoun, Georgia Tech)
Rajaez Mosley (Valdosta, West Georgia)
Nyles Moore (McEachern, Morehouse)
Wanya Morris (Grayson, Tennessee)
Cory Munson (Northside-WR, Western Kentucky)
King Mwitkuta (Troup, Alabama)
Mason Napper (Lassiter, Miami)
Bryce Nelms (Hughes, Pittsburgh)
Alek Nikolich (Roswell, Stetson)
Frederick Norman (Ridgeland, Eastern Tennessee State)
Buchi Nwaubi (Lassiter, Charleston Southern)
CJ Ogbonna (Wheeler, Hutchinson C.C.)
Caleb Oppan (North Cobb, Duke)
Arinze Okwu (McEachern, Albany State)
Jalen Perry (Dacula, Michigan)
Jalyn Phillips (Archer, Clemson)
Trey Pinkney (Pebblebrook, Hutchinson C.C.)
Ridge Polk (Cambridge, Western Carolina University)
Matthew Porter (Flowery Branch, University of the Cumberlands)
Delvecchio Powell (Memorial Day, Presbyterian)
Campbell Price (Woodstock, Kennesaw State)
Jared Rayman (Pace Academy, Virginia)
Jammie Robinson (Crisp County, South Carolina)
Cameron Rockmore (Jones County, LaGrange)
Shaun Rosenquist (Roswell, Butler)
Wilson Ruiz-Caba (Discovery, Maryville College)
Emanuel Rumph (Jeff Davis, University of Pikeville)
Will Rykard (Colquitt County, UAB)
Bazelais Saintvil (Valdosta, Christian Community College)
Jarred Sermons (Valdosta, Union College KY)
Jonathan Sewell (Clarke Central, Georgia Knights Prep Academy)
Lawrence Shadd III (Harrison, Kansas)
Treylon Sheppard (Haralson County, University of the Cumberlands)
Deandre Shelton (Howard, Lenoir-Rhyne)
Dantez Simpson (McEachern, Morehouse)
Christian Sims (Norcross, Bowling Green)
Java’n Singletary (Hawkinsville, Georgia Southern)
Chris Singleton (North Cobb, Georgia State)
TJ Skinner (North Gwinnett, Mars Hill)
Allen Smith (Mountain View, Louisville)
Nolan Smith (Calvary Day, Georgia)
Brannon Spector (Calhoun, Clemson)
Sion Spencer (Houston County, Limestone College)
Trevor Stephens (Woodstock, Tennessee Tech)
Dennarrio Stewart (Mountain View, Georgia Knights Prep Academy)
Hayes Sutton (Norcross, Brown)
Matthew Syverson (Model, Berry)
Marlon Taylor (Glynn Academy, Chattanooga)
Kamon Taylor (Stephens County, Wingate)
Jarius Thomas (Carver-Columbus, UAB)
Wykevious Thomas (Riverdale, South Alabama)
Ronald Thompkins (Grayson, Nebraska)
Demardric Thornton (Hart County, Mars Hill)
Ray Thornton (Columbus, Georgia)
Travis Tisdale (Lowndes, Kentucky)
Jay Tillman (Thomasville, Georgia Military Academy)
DJ Turner (North Gwinnett, Michigan)
Honus Wagner (North Forsyth, Allan Hancock C.C.)
William Wagner (Alpharetta, Michigan)
Allen Walker (Milton, Louisiana Tech)
Dante Walker (Riverdale, Western Kentucky)
Garrison Walker (Stephens County, Reinhardt)
Kobe Walker (Thomson, University of the Cumberlands)
Travon Walker (Upson-Lee, Georgia)
Carson Walter (Trinity Christian, Birmingham Southern)
Jason Wallace (Lanier, Limestone College)
KJ Wallace (Lovett, Notre Dame)
Malik Washington (Parkview, Northwestern)
Cam Watson (Darlington, Presbyterian)
Kenyatta Watson (Grayson, Texas)
Matt Willbanks (Centennial, The Apprentice School)
Austin Williams (Tift County, Colorado)
Bryson Williams (Arabia Mountain, Tuskegee)
Kamau Williams (Alpharetta, Clark Atlanta)
Keondre Williams (Metter, West Georgia)
Noah Winstead (Kell, Point University)
Zaylin Wood (Bodwon, Middle Tennessee State)
Christian Wright (Norcross, Gardner-Webb)

CLASS OF 2018 (216)
Blake Anderson (West Forsyth, Georgia)
Cole Arendsen (Walton, Centre College)
Christian Armstrong (Warner Robins, Florida State)
Keiefer Askew (Houston County, Hanover College)
Malik Astin (Lovejoy, Lane College)
George Ball (Jackson, Tuskegee)
Brenton Ballard (Paulding County, Reinhardt)
Artest Banks (Thomson, Kentucky State)
Antonio Bankston (Griffin, Auburn)
Latrell Bankston (Woodstock, Hutchinson C.C.)
Mike Barrett (Lowndes, Michigan)
Jayden Barron (Upson-Lee, Kennesaw State)
Garrett Bass (Woodstock, Murray State)
Lamarius Benson (Eastside, UCF)
London Best (Milton, Campbell University)
Tyler Bird (North Paulding, Appalachian State)
Dante Black (Brookwood, University of Connecticut)
Kwabena Bonsu (South Cobb, Army)
Ben Bresnahan (West Forsyth, Vanderbilt)
Ishmael Bridges (McEachern, Clark Atlanta)
Matavion Brooks (Jonesboro, Albany State)
Jake Broom (Decatur, Coastal Carolina)
Trey Brown (Macon County, Georgia Military College)
Malachi Buckner (Tucker, Gardner-Webb)
Cam Butler (North Gwinnett, Jacksonville State)
Jake Camarda (Norcross, Georgia, TAMPA BAY)
Matt Campbell (Mill Creek, Citadel)
Chandler Cantree (Sequoyah, Reinhardt)
Kyle Carrera (Landmark Christian, Berry)
Cam’Ron Carter (Tucker, Colorado State)
Blake Carroll (Mountain View, Georgia State)
Aaron Casey (Alexander, Indiana)
Jamarcus Chatman (Rome, Florida State)
Julius Cobbs (Warner Robins, West Georgia)
Dar’jarri Coleman (South Atlanta, Jacksonville State)
Griffin Collier (Tift County, West Georgia)
Luan Cosmo (Sprayberry, Shorter)
Brenton Cox (Miller Grove, Georgia)
Daquez Crawford (Johns Creek, Southwestern College)
Jacorey Crawford (Thomson, Georgia State)
Nick Croawell (Centennial, Florida International)
John Cromer (Rome, Jacksonville State)
John Henry Davis (Walton, Concordia)
Nakia Davis (B.E.S.T. Academy, Miles College)
Trey Dean (Dutchtown, Florida)
Lyn J. Dixon (Taylor County, Clemson)
Dalrone Donaldson (Coffee, Hutchinson C.C.)
Tre Douglas (ELCA, Vanderbilt)
Payton Dunagan (West Forsyth, Georgia Southern)
Nolan Edmonds (Alpharetta, Minnesota)
Demond Ellison (Cherokee, Mercer)
Kingsley Enagbare (Hapeville Charter, South Carolina, GREEN BAY)
Warren Ericson (North Gwinnett, Georgia)
Marquez Ezzard (Stockbridge, Georgia Tech)
Michael Fairbanks (McEachern, UAB)
Kurtis Feanny (Woodland-Cartersville, Lenoir-Rhyne
Jontavious Ferguson (Manchester, Georgia Southern)
Mitchell Fineran (Brunswick, Samford)
Braylin Fisher (North Paulding, Furman)
John Fitzpatrick (Marist, Georgia, Falcons)
Elijah Fluker (Villa Rica, New Mexico Military Institute)
Christian Ford (Roswell, Iowa Central C.C.)
Cade Fortin (North Gwinnett, UNC)
Roderic Forts (Cedar Grove, Western Kentucky)
Colin Foster (Lanier, Mercer)
Omar Fulton (Tift County, West Georgia)
Rico Frye (Cartersville, Bowling Green)
Josiah Futral (Kell, Chattanooga)
Spencer Gaddis (Cambridge, Georgia State)
Austin Garner (Ridgeland, LaGrange)
Realus George (Pace Academy, Miami)
Cole Gilley (Starr’s Mill, Kennesaw State)
Travis Glover (Dooly County, Georgia State)
Jonah Griffin (Benedictine, Furman)
Griffin Goss (Coosa, LaGrange)
Jalen Goss (Lowndes, Florida State)
Anthony Grant (Buford, Florida State)
Hunter Hall (Glynn Academy, West Georgia)
Tae Hammond (Pepperell, University of the Cumberlands)
Cole Hanna (Norcross, South Carolina)
Jatorian Hansford (Mary Persons, Missouri)
Clay Harris (Norcross, Citadel)
John Harris (Mill Creek, Virginia Tech)
PJ Harris (Newnan, Georgia Tech)
Cameron Hatten (Creekside, Allen University)
Gerard Hearst (Lincoln County, Tusculum)
DeRayl Helton (Ridgeland, Butte College)
Shaka Heyward (Mill Creek, Duke)
Deontre Hill (Houston County, Georgia)
Matthew Hill (Brookwood, Auburn)
Al Hogan (Landmark Christian, Wofford)
Casey Holman (Brookwood, Duke)
Tyneil Hopper (Roswell, Boise State)
DJ Horne (Brookwood, Tuskegee)
Jaron Hull (McEachern, Johnson C. Smith University)
Ches Jackson (Tift County, Colorado State)
Christian Jackson (Lassiter, Michigan State)
Kearis Jackson (Peach County, Georgia)
Neimaan Jackson (Shiloh, Butler C.C.)
Christian James-Lattore (Archer, Shorter)
Cade Jenson (North Forsyth, Lindsey Wilson College)
Lamonee Johnson (Effingham County, Carson-Newman)
Malik Johnson (Lanier, Wagner)
Tyquan Johnson (Screven County, South Carolina)
Austin Jones (McEachern, Reinhardt)
Emory Jones (Heard County, Florida)
Quinton Jones (Thomasville, Garder-Webb)
Stephon Jones (Grayson, ASA College Brooklyn)
Brandon Joseph (Central Gwinnett, Georgia State)
Harrison Jump (Prince Avenue Christian, Georgia Tech)
Tayvonn Kyle (Lowndes, Iowa State)
Jaquavius Lane (Grayson, Kansas State)
Bailey Lester (Calhoun, West Georgia)
Desi Lester (Dooly County, Eastern Tennessee State)
Camerson Lewis (Eagle’s Landing, Eastern Tennessee State)
Dakota Little (Flowery Branch, Easter Kentucky)
Mitchell Lord (Washington County, Mercer)
Michael Luckie (Kell, Berry)
Jaelin Madison (Norcross, Youngstown State)
Miles Marshall (Parkview, Indiana)
Darius Martin (Grayson, Reinhardt)
Renard Matthews (Pierce County, West Virginia Wesleyan College)
Brock Mattison (Mt. Paran, Appalachian State)
Zakoby McClain (Valdosta, Auburn)
Jayden McDonald (Peachtree Ridge, Troy)
Griffin McDowell (Lee County, Florida)
Kyler McMichael (Greater Atlanta Christian, UNC)
Sean McMinn (Paulding County, Kennesaw State)
Payton Mercer (Emanuel County Institute, Georgia)
Jabari Miller (Warner Robins, Middle Georgia State University)
Brian Mitchell (North Paulding, University of Pikeville)
Lazavier Moore (Upson-Lee, Reedley College)
Matthew Morgan (Etowah, Georgia Tech)
Reece Mullins (Pope, Auburn)
Spencer Myers (Alpharetta, West Georgia)
Dalton Nicolai (Etowah, Shorter)
Azeez Ojulari (Marietta, Georgia NY GIANTS)
Bailey Ottaway (Flowery Branch, Charleston Southern)
Taiyon Palmer (Archer, NC State)
Nolan Parker (Walton, Birmingham Southern)
Terrell Paxton (Tucker, Kennesaw State)
Fred Payton (Peachtree Ridge, Coastal Carolina)
TJ Peavy (Sandy Creek, Eastern Michigan)
JJ Peterson (Colquitt County, Tennessee)
Steven Peterson (Harrison, Coastal Carolina)
Joseph Petrino (Richmond Hill, Maryland)
KJ Phillips (Woodward Academy, Morehouse)
Dustin Pope (Chattooga, University of Tennessee Martin)
Genuine Potts (McEachern, Chattanooga)
Nick Price (Ridgeland, West Georgia)
E.J. Pride Jr. (Carrollton, Elon)
Fernando Ramirez (Tift County, Valdosta State)
Shamarcus Redding (Peach County, Georgia Military College)
Otis Reese (Lee County, Georgia)
D’armani Ridley (North Gwinnett, Savannah State)
Caleb Riley (Brookwood, Alabama A&M)
Cody Ridley (Commerce, Palmetto Prep)
Tyrese Rivers (Peachtree Ridge, Southern University)
Chris Rodriguez (Ola, Kentucky)
Cruz Rodriguez (Cedartown, Shorter)
Jayce Rogers (Valdosta, Northwest Mississippi C.C.)
Dylan Rosenstein (Dunwoody, Maryville College)
Aquantis Sajna (Pebblebrook, Charleston Southern)
Deporess Schletty (Alpharetta, Western Kentucky)
Brandon Shelnutt (Archer, Mercer)
Jayln Shelton (Ridgeland, Austin Peay)
Noah Sherburn (Sequoyah, Tiffin University)
Antonio Showers (Tucker, Troy)
Myles Sims (Westlake, Georgia Tech)
Omar Sinclair (Norcross, Concordia)
Terrick Smalls (Benedictine, Charlotte)
Austin Smith (Ola, Georgia Tech)
Kierron Smith (Fitzgerald, Georgia Southern)
Kermit Solomon (Lee County, Mercer)
Paul Stanley (Marist, Army)
Mahari Stribling (Grayson, Western Carolina)
Jalynn Strickland (Ware County, NC State)
Malcom Strickland (Westminster, Penn)
Nazir Sy (Norcross, Butler C.C.)
Kaden Taylor (Central-Carroll, West Georgia)
Richard Taylor (Arabia Mountain, Missouri)
Ryan Taylor (Grayson, Arkansas State)
Taurean Taylor (Tucker, Tuskegee)
Trevor Thomas (Pepperell, Maryville College)
Tyler Thomas (Pebblebrook, Charleston Southern)
Nathan Thompson (Milton, North Alabama)
Jalen Thornton (McEachern, Savannah State)
Trey Tillman (Thomasville, Jacksonville University)
Mykel Tubbs (Holy Innocents’, Miami)
Daniel Uwaomah (River Ridge, Jacksonville State)
Oyenmwen Uzebu (Alpharetta, West Virginia)
Gerry Vaughn (Tucker, Iowa State)
Payne Walker (North Gwinnett, Georgia)
Joshua Washington (Richmond Hill, Clark Atlanta)
TJ Watkins (Pepperell, Berry)
Blake Watson (Milton, Georgia)
Gunnar Watson (Taylor County, Troy)
Marcus Webster Jr. (Alpharetta, Marist College)
Wesley Wells (Lumpkin County, Georgia Tech)
Tijai Whatley (Darlington, Georgia Tech)
Lamech Wilder (Norcross, LaGrange)
Jordy Wilkinson (Washington-Wilkes, Brevard College)
Bryan Williams (Pepperell, Hanover College)
Bucky Williams (Ringgold, Austin Peay)
Hunter Williams (Buford, Air Force)
Quin Williams (Morgan County, Georgia Southern)
Ricky Williams Jr. (Harrison, Southern Illinois)
Zach Williams (Johns Creek, Arizona)
Kendall Williamson (Brookwood, Stanford)
Demetrius Winters (Cartersville, Miles College)
Trevon Wofford (Cedartown, University of Pikeville)
Peyton Woulard (Collins Hill, Wake Forest)
CJ Wright (Screven County, Georgia Southern)
Clay Youngblood (Walton, Birmingham-Southern)
Torey Zanders (George Walton Academy, Kilgore)
Shelton Zeon III (Norcross, UNLV)

CLASS OF 2017 (125)
Adeolu Adeleke (Heritage-Conyers, Kennesaw State)
Michael Allen (Lanier, Wake Forest)
KJ Anderson (Buford, Western Michigan)
Rico Arnold (Clarke Central, Charlotte)
Zane Ashley (Peachtree Ridge, Georgia Tech)
Kemari Averett (Grady, Louisville)
Michael Babers (Habersham Central, Georgia Southern)
Kentrell Barber (Roswell, Missouri)
Turner Barckhoff (Roswell, Stetson)
Marquez Bembry (Mt Vernon, Kentucky)
Jacob Bolton (Blessed Trinity, Iowa State)
Chase Brice (Grayson, Clemson)
Jhi’Marre Brown (Perry, Fort Valley State)
Brooks Buce (Greater Atlanta Christian, Georgia)
Jeffery Burley (Jackson, Wake Forest)
De’morreal Burnan (Salem, Indiana)
James Bushware (Valdosta, Georgia Military College)
Brent Carter (Lowndes, Western Illinois University)
AJ Cayetano (Mays, Arkansas State)
Malik Chapman (Morgan County, Highland C.C.)
Caleb Chandler (Jefferson, Louisville)
Jack Coco (Johns Creek, Georgia Tech, GREEN BAY)
CJ Cole (North Cobb, Savannah State)
Jaquavious Collins (Jackson, Iowa Central C.C.)
Samuel Collins (Vidalia, Kennesaw State)
Tae Daley (Northside-WR, Vanderbilt)
Deejay Dallas (Glynn Academy, Miami, SEATTLE)
Allen Daniels (Dacula, Purdue)
Jared Daniels (Macon County, Georgia Southern)
Demetrius Davis (Coffee, Carson-Newman)
Kelton Dawson (Stockbridge, Georgia Tech)
Kejon DeBerry (Cook, Albany State)
Jack Dinges (Marist, UNC)
Sam Dingle (Norcross, Georgetown College)
De’Sean Dinkins (Northside-WR, Slippery Rock University)
Roques Dowdy (Oconee County, Mars Hill)
Chris Dublin (Model, University of Pikeville)
John Durden (Emanuel County Institute, Mercer)
Brian Eberhardt (North Gwinnett, Georgia State)
Cameron Evans (Darlington, Lindsey Wilson College)
Chandler Evans (Archer, Kentucky Western College)
Sheldon Evans (Roswell, Marshall)
Tyler Fannin (Mill Creek, Virginia)
Daniel Farzaneh (Woodward Academy, Mercer)
Jack Franklin (Mill Creek, Coastal Carolina)
Ryan Glover (Woodward Academy, Penn)
Taylor Goettie (Oglethorpe County, Norfolk State)
Walter Grant (Cairo, Georgia)
Jacob Gregory (Centennial, Navy)
Geronda Hall (KIPP Atlanta, Old Dominion)
Jamar Hall (Mill Creek, Mercer)
Zach Harvey (Mary Persons, Wingate)
Zalontae Hillery (Glynn Academy, Miami)
Bailey Hockman (McEachern, N.C. State)
Duke Holland (Peachtree Ridge, Georgetown College)
Grant Holloman (St. Pius, Holy Cross)
Devon Holmes (Lowndes, Savannah State)
Quay Holmes (McEachern, Eastern Tennessee State)
Jalen Holston (Stockbridge, Virginia Tech)
Ryan Huff (Cedar Shoals, Appalachian State)
Ladamion Hunt (Carrollton, Indiana)
Caleb Huntley (Locust Grove, Ball State)
JR Ingraham (Valdosta, West Georgia)
Jalen Jackson (Grayson, Georgia State)
Jalen Jackson (McEachern, Purdue)
Jonathan Jason (McIntosh County, Albany State)
Xavier Jenkins (Lowndes, Savannah State)
Josh Johnson (Peachtree Ridge, Georgia Southern)
Jairus Jones (Central Gwinnett, Valdosta State)
Juwuan Jones (Lanier, Western Kentucky)
Trey Jones (Houston County, Georgie Military College)
Drew Jordan (North Gwinnett, Duke)
Ferlando Jordan (Mays, Southeastern Louisiana)
JD King (Fitzgerald, Georgia Southern)
Khari Lane (Macon County, Arizona)
Champ Leddon (Locust Grove, University of the Cumberlands)
Josh Lee (Veterans, Georgia Southern)
London Lewis (St. Pius, Furman)
William Long (Calhoun, Penn)
Bryan Manuel (Worth County, Savannah State)
Xavier McKinney (Roswell, Alabama, NY GIANTS)
Emmanuel McNeil (Central Gwinnett, Garden City C.C.)
Brian Miller (Memorial Day, Georgia Southern)
Monty Montgomery (Norcross, Louisville)
Tylan Morton (Griffin, University of South Alabama)
Jack Nichols (Roswell, Gardner-Webb)
Eric Ogle (Whitewater, Mercer)
Tobias Oliver (Northside-WR, Georgia Tech)
Dalton Owens (Prince Avenue Christian, Citadel)
Ben Page (Marist, Furman)
Jalen Pinkney (Norcross, UCF)
Marquavious Pitts (Jones County, Highland C.C.)
Jason Poe (Fitzgerald, Lenoir-Rhyne)
Tory Ponder (Colquitt County, Tusculum)
Corey Reed (Mays, Iowa Western C.C.)
Joshua Reliford (Fitzgerald, Tennessee Tech)
Cameron Richardson (Tucker, Grambling State)
Nathan Robertson (Northside-Columbus, Kennesaw State)
Mark Robinson (Lee County, Presbyterian, PITTSBURGH)
Brooks Royal (Fitzgerald, Purdue)
BJ Sharpe (Southwest Macon, Western Kentucky)
Chris Sibilia (North Gwinnett, Georgia State)
Savon Simmons (Sandy Creek, Kennesaw State)
Jared Simpkins (Norcross, Tennessee State University)
Morgan Sims (Rockmart, Mississippi Valley State)
Nick Singleton (Jones County, Iowa Western)
Brandon Smith (Houston County, Kennesaw State)
Kaiman Smith (Veterans, Huntingdon)
Matthew Smith (Roswell, South Carolina)
Darius Snellings (Mundy’s Mill, Georgia State)
Michael Sobczyk (Mountain View, Air Force)
Aubrey Solomon (Lee County, Tennessee)
Jonathan Stewart (Mountain View, Vanderbilt)
Quan Stokes (Colquitt County, Northeast Mississippi C.C.)
Brian Strozier (Tucker, Garden City C.C.)
Will Taylor (Grayson, Duke)
Kenny Terry (Landmark Christian, Eastern Kentucky)
Tyler Thurmond (Buford, West Virginia)
Lofton Tidwell (Landmark Christian, Georgia)
Leonard Warner (Brookwood, Florida State)
Eli Watson (Houston County, Western Illinois)
Jacob Webb (Creekview, Charlotte)
Leanthony Williams (Roswell, Clemson)
Matt Winston (Mill Creek, Princeton)
Jimarco Witherow (Hillgrove, Carson-Newman)

CLASS OF 2016 (61)
Tarik Adams (Lowndes, Marshall)
Bryson Armstrong (Kell, Kennesaw State)
Marcelino Ball (Roswell, Indiana)
Alex Barbir (South Forsyth, Penn State)
Jackson Bardall (North Forsyth, Eastern Kentucky)
Chris Barnes (Lee County, Georgia)
Robbie Bell (Mill Creek, Louisville)
Jamir Billings (Norcross, City College of San Francisco)
Jakob Brashear (Dacula, Georgia Tech)
Akeem Byrd (Jenkins, Wake Forest)
Michail Carter (Jackson, Georgia)
Allen Cater (Mt. Paran, UNC)
Devin Cochran (Greater Atlanta Christian, Vanderbilt)
Jarett Cole (Norcross, Georgia Tech)
Kenny Cooper (Sonoraville, Georgia Tech)
Tristan Crowder (Carrollton, Troy)
Pippen Davis (Lamar County, Valdosta State)
Tray Eafford (Lee County, Troy)
Forrest Evans (Walton, Kennesaw State)
Tomon Fox (Collins Hill, UNC)
De’Andre Gardenhire (Camden County, West Georgia)
Kendrec Grady (Norcross, Georgia State)
Brodarious Hamm (Spalding, Auburn)
K.J. Hancock (North Gwinnett, Kennesaw State)
Will Harper (Sandy Creek, Tulane)
Devin Henderson (Marietta, Hutchinson C.C.)
Tyrone Hopper (Roswell, Florida)
DeAndre Huff (Newton, Miami OH)
Javon Jackson (Sandy Creek, Duke)
Sam Jackson (McEachern, Eastern Tennessee State)
Nate Lee (Veterans, Samford)
Sam Letton (Walton, Troy)
Antonio Leroy (Monroe, Albany State)
Joseph Mancusso (Union County, Richmond)
David Marshall (Upson-Lee, Georgia)
Stockton McGuire (Landmark Christian, Davidson)
Alex Mollette (North Gwinnett, Marshall)
Bryce Morais (Grayson, Boston College)
Nick Moss (Thomson, Presbyterian)
Mack Nash (Camden County, Navy)
D.J. Owens (North Paulding, Tulane)
Tabarius Peterson (Tucker, Louisville)
Kiel Pollard (Colquitt County, South Carolina)
Harrison Poole (Camden County, Mercer)
Jesse Reverio (Cedar Grove, Georgia Military College)
Seth Shuman (Valdosta, Georgia Southern)
Tyler Simmons (New Manchester, Georgia)
Alex Smith (Etowah, Georgia Southern)
D’Ante Smith (Grovetown, East Carolina, CINCINATTI)
Kyron Smith (Macon County, Allan Hancock College)
Anthony Stanley (Heritage-Conyers, Catawba College)
Chandler Staton (Gainesville, Appalachian State)
Andre Tarver (McEachern, Florida International)
Jarvis Terrell (Carrollton, Arkansas State)
Zachary Thompson (Emanuel County Institute, Kennesaw State)
Robert Tucker (B.E.S.T. Academy, South Carolina)
Tyler Vernon (Mill Creek, Georgia Tech)
Kindle Vildore (North Clayton, Georgia Southern, CHICAGO)
Martial Washington (Richmond Hill, Georgia Southern)
Isaac Weaver (Lassiter, Old Dominion)
Ronald Wilson (Lee County, Rochester C.C.)

CLASS OF 2015 (61)
KirVonte Benson (Marietta, Georgia Tech)
Josh Bettistea (Allatoona, Gardner-Webb)
Almonzo Brown (North Gwinnett, Western Kentucky)
Khalil Brooks (Mays, Middle Tennessee State)
Kawon Bryant (North Oconee, Georgia Military College)
Andrew Butcher (Alpharetta, Kennesaw State)
Chris Calhoun (Centennial, Wake Forest)
Tyler Camp (Mary Persons, Western Kentucky)
Jordan Colbert (Griffin, Auburn)
Lewis Cousins III (Gainesville, Troy)
Levi Cribb (Charlton County, Valdosta State)
David Curry (Buford, Western Kentucky)
Daniel David (Mill Creek, Kennesaw State)
Gordon Dudley (Wesleyan, Reinhardt)
Chuma Edoga (McEachern, University of Southern California, ATLANTA)
Josh Fannin (Mill Creek, Middle Tennessee State)
Daniel Fennell (Grayson, South Carolina)
Blake Ferguson (Buford, LSU, DOLPHINS)
Julian Fraser (Valdosta, Yale)
Christopher Fredrick (Cedar Grove, Syracuse)
Keyston Fuller (Griffin, Richmond)
Trey Graham (Fitzgerald, Mars Hill)
Taj Griffin (McEachern, Oregon)
Quinton Hampton (Colquitt County, Wagner)
Sean Harper (Hart County, Washington State)
Hunter Holland (Buford, Western Kentucky)
Stephen Houza (Lakeside-Evans, Mercer)
Logan Hunt (Washington, Georgia Southern)
Mitch Hyatt (North Gwinnett, Clemson)
Daniel Imatorbhebhe (North Gwinnett, University of Southern California)
Quentez Johnson (Cedar Grove, NC State)
Rashad Johnson (Lamar County, Murray State)
Chandler Jones (McEachern, Louisville)
Willie Jordan (Northside-WR, Northeastern Oklahoma A&M)
Max Kemper (Pope, Air Force)
Kaleb Kim (Mill Creek, Auburn)
Cal King (Mary Persons, Presbyterian)
J.B. Kouassi (Norcross, Georgia Southern)
Nekyle Lundie (Tucker, Nebraska)
Malik Mackey (Mays, Hampton)
Michael Matthews (St. Pius, Davidson)
Hampton McConnell (West Forsyth, West Georgia)
Chase Middleton (Brookwood, Georgia State)
Robert Muschamp (Darlington, Auburn)
D’Andre Plantin (Norcross, North Texas)
T.J. Rahming (McEachern, Duke, NY GIANTS)
Connor Redmond (Archer, South Carolina)
Rashad Roundtree (Lakeside-Evans, Georgia)
Brandon Sandifer (Northside-WR, Florida)
Ian Shannon (Marietta, Auburn)
Mason Sims (Mays, Southern University)
Darius Slayton (Greater Atlanta Christian, Auburn, NY GIANTS)
Anree St-Amour (North Gwinnett, Georgia Tech)
Brad Stewart (Benedictine, Georgia Tech)
Taquar Stewart (Walton, St. John’s)
Cordarro Stoute (Glynn Academy, West Georgia)
Jalen Wilkerson (Coffee, Florida State)
Daylan Williams (Jefferson County, Morgan State University)
Nick Wilson (Milton, Stanford)
Antonio Wimbush (Camden County, Carson-Newman)
Steven Wright (Ware County, Southeastern Louisiana)

Georgia Elite Classic: Sophomores beat Freshmen to close out Classic

Four players passed for touchdowns to lead the Sophomores over the Freshmen in the final game of the 9th annual Georgia Elite Classic at historic Barron Stadium in Rome.

Reece Fountain (Rome) was 8-of-11 passing for 136 yards and one touchdown to lead the group. Prince Ave’s Aaron Philo was 6-of-10 passing for 76 yards and two touchdowns, Walton’s Jeremy Hecklinski was 4-of-9 passing for 45 yards and a touchdown and Grayson’s JoJo Stone was 1-of-1 for 70 yards and a touchdown.

Sacovie White (Cass) had five receptions for 101 yards and a touchdown. John Cineas (Grayson) had one reception for a touchdown (70 yards) and Hunter Teal (Walton) made one reception for a touchdown. On the ground, Sammy Brown (Jefferson), Nate Webster (Centennial) and Javon Hobson (Cherokee) each had rushing touchdowns. On defense, Ashton Woods (Walton) had five solo, four assisted tackles and 2.5 tackles for loss with one interception. Parker Shattuck (LaGrange) made four solo, two assisted tackles with one sack and a forced fumble.

For the Freshmen, Creekview quarterback Austin Guest was 6-of-13 passing for 112 yards and two touchdowns and Appling County’s Dayson Griffis was 4-of-12 passing for 71 yards and a touchdown. Woodward’s Josiah Abdullah scored on passes of 70 (Griffis) and 50 yards (Guest). Houston County’s Antwann Hill was 12-of-18 passing for 80 yards. On defense, Thomas County Central’s Kendarius Reddick led with four tackles, a forced fumble and a fumble recovered and returned 71 yards.

To see full stats from all three games follow the LINK.

Georgia Elite Classic: Juniors over Seniors in second game of the day

The Junior Team was never really challenged in the 37-7 victory over the seniors in the second game of the Georgia Elite Classic at historic Barron Stadium in Rome. Beginning with Mack Mikko’s 45-yard field goal early in the game which – because of Georgia Elite Classic rules – gave four points to the underclassmen, the Juniors never let up.

DJ Rogers (Pepperell) put the Juniors up 11-0 on a 14-yard run with 8:52 left in the second quarter. The Senior team’s only offensive production, a 14-yard touchdown pass from Brayden Mauldin (Paulding County) to LaShaun Lester (Chattooga), cut into the lead 11-7 but the juniors controlled the remainder of the game. 

Levi Linowes (Riverwood) caught an 8-yard touchdown pass from Dylan Mayers (Holy Innocents’) to put the Juniors up 17-7 with 12:03 left in the third quarter. Just before the end of the third quarter, Rogers scored on a 3-yard run to push the lead to 24-7. Josh Brockman’s 21-yard field goal with 10:24 left in the game put the lead to 27-7. On the next play, Branden Strozier (St. Francis)  intercepted a pass and returned it 24 yards for a touchdown. Mack Mikko’s (Heritage) 33-yard field goal brought the score to its final tally. 

Rogers had 10 carries for 70 yards and two touchdowns to lead the juniors. Mayers was 5-of-9 passing for 29 yards and a touchdown. Linowes finished with two  receptions for 21 yards and a touchdown. On defense, Gabe Harris led with five solo tackles, three assists, 3.5 sacks and one forced fumble. 

For the seniors, Mauldin was 6-of-9 passing for 53 yards and a touchdown. Cole Spence (Pisgah) had three receptions for 33 yards and Lester had one reception for a touchdown to lead senior receivers. 

You can watch the other two Georgia Elite Classic All Star Games by following the link or check out the GEC Scoreboard.

Georgia Elite Classic: 8th Grade Americans use balanced, consistent scoring to overwhelm National team

Three players – Kota Suttle (Holy Innocents’), Hunter White (Calhoun) and Jameel Frederick (Cedartown) – scored on touchdown runs. Suttle’s 2-yard touchdown run in the first quarter put the Americans up 7-0 and when Frederick scored on a 4-yard run early in the second quarter, it pushed the lead to 14-0.

Two receivers – Jude Cascone (Marist) and Tayshaun Franklin (Ware County) – caught touchdown passes. Cascone gave the Americans a 21-0 lead on a 63-yard touchdown reception from St. Francis quarterback Teddy Jarrard with 9:20 left before the half. Franklin’s 25-yard touchdown reception from quarterback Mary Persons Mac Nelson. Hunter White scored the American’s final two touchdowns on a 44-yard fumble recovery returned for a touchdown with 6:26 left in the third quarter and a 26-yard run with :36 left in the third quarter.

Suttle and White each had nine carries for 58 yards and a touchdown. Frederick had seven carries for 47 yards and a touchdown. Jarrard was 5-of-7 passing for 133 yards and a touchdown. Cascone made three receptions for 87 yards and a touchdown. On defense, Noah LaVallee had five solo tackles, four assists and three tackles for loss. Franklin had three solo and three assisted tackles. Alec Upshaw made two solo tackles, one assisted and 1.5 tackles for loss.

You can watch the other two Georgia Elite Classic All Star Games by following the link or check out the GEC Scoreboard. 

Players to watch at Ninth Annual Georgia Elite Classic

The ninth annual Georgia Elite Classic will feature a triple-header of all-star football games on Wednesday, Dec. 22 at Rome’s Barron Stadium and will showcase top talent from the state’s next five graduating classes. The Class of 2026 will take the field in the opening 8th Grade Game at 10 am and it will be the first middle school all-star game to ever be broadcasted on television. PeachtreeTV will continue its live coverage with the Class of 2022 and Class of 2023 squaring off in the Seniors vs. Juniors game at 12:45 p.m and then the Sophomores faceoff with the Freshmen in the grand finale at 3:30 p.m. and will represent the Class of 2024 and Class of 2025.

More than 1,200 college football players appeared in the classic prior to their collegiate careers since the inaugural 2013 edition and the spotlight continues growing exponentially. Additionally, the games have been exceptionally competitive over the event’s history and the leadership at Georgia Elite Classic have built another year of outstanding lineups. Representing the Seniors will be, Class of 2022 quarterbacks Jake Parker (Cartersville), Brayden Mauldin (Paulding County) and Jett Miller (Wesleyan). Parker led the Purple Hurricanes to an undefeated regular season, Mauldin is fresh off a 2,643-yard passing season with 20 touchdowns through the air and Miller threw for 2,289 yards and was named Gwinnett Daily Post Offensive Player of the Week following a 401-yard, 5-touchdown performance against Loganville Christian. The Seniors will have plenty of talent at receiver with Creekview’s Tristan Summers (38-583-6), Cartersville’s Jacob Ray (16-422-5), Cherokee Bluff’s Marlion Jackson (45-636-10), Cambridge’s Carson Kent (14-248-4), Dalton’s Karim Page and Mt. Pisgah tight end Cole Spence (55-957-5). The backfield will feature White County running back Silas Mulligan (219-1039-9) and Chattooga’s Lashaun Lester (143-927-10). Athletes Caleb Thompson (Darlington) and Georgia Southern-commit Marc Stampley II (Starr’s Mill) will bolster the firepower of the Seniors. The offensive line includes talent like Jarvis Germany of Mary Persons, a 6-foot-3, 320-pound, First-Team All-Region selection. Defensively, the Seniors boast Johns Creek’s Andrew Guth—who helped led the Gladiators’ defensive line this season with 82 tackles, 19 tackles for loss and six sacks. Central Gwinnett linebacker Lassana Simaga posted 127 tackles in just 10 games this season and Mill Creek cornerback Jayvon Henderson had 34 tackles, four interceptions, three tackles for loss and one forced fumble.

The Junior team will offer an incredible look at the Class of 2023 and Stephens County quarterback Ben Stowe will be under center after throwing for 1,647 yards and 12 touchdowns this season to go with his eight rushing scores. Stowe will have his top target from this season—Cam Lacy—who racked up 1,023 receiving yards and eight touchdowns off of 44 receptions. In the backfield, Pepperell’s DJ Rogers is fresh off a junior season that included 1,481 rushing yards and 21 touchdowns to go with 229 yards and three touchdown receptions and West Forsyth running back Peyton Streko is coming off a 659-yard campaign that included 11 rushing touchdowns. The offensive line will feature standouts like Darlington’s Gus Gammage—a 6-foot-5, 290-pound starter that earned Region 7-A Offensive Lineman of the Year this past season. Westminster’s Josh Brockman and Heritage School’s Mack Mikko will handle the kicking duties and are two of the most sought after kickers in the state for the Class of 2023. Defensively, the juniors will have Region 7-4A Defensive Player of the Year Eli Barrow (Cedartown) helping to lead the way.

The Georgia Elite Classic has served as a Launchpad for underclassmen over the years and the Class of 2024 has an incredible list of headliners appearing in this year’s game. At quarterback, Prince Avenue Christian’s Aaron Philo, Rome’s Reece Fountain and Walton’s Jeremy Hecklinski create the most talented group of sophomore passers to ever compete in the classic. Philo threw for 4,540 yards and 47 touchdowns this season for the Wolverines, Fountain led the Wolves to the Region 5-6A title and Hecklinski helped quarterback Walton to the Class 7A semifinals. Sammy Brown—the state’s No. 1 ranked prospect and the nation’s No. 5 ranked Class of 2024 prospect can play linebacker or running back. Mountain View’s Justin Greene is also a four-star and he will lineup on the defensive line as the No. 3 rated defensive lineman in the nation. The Sophomore offensive line features Tattnall Square’s Web Davidson—who was recently offered by Michigan State and Adidas All-American Parker McClendon of McEachern. Schley County’s Jalewis Solomon will help lead the receivers after posting 61 catches for 989 yards and 13 touchdowns this season

The Freshmen will offer another first-hand look at the state’s top underclassmen talent with some of the best Class of 2025 prospects in the country. Quarterback Antwann Hill (Houston County) is 6-foot-4, 205 pounds and has already been offered by UGA and Texas A&M. Hill will share snaps with dual threat quarterback Austin Guest of Creekview. Running back Chance Arthur took 72 carries for 284 yards and four touchdowns this season for Kennesaw Mountain and Commerce running back Jaiden Daniels accounted for 1,640 all-purpose yards this season. Arthur and Daniels are joined by Cedar Grove’s Bo Walker and Fellowship Christian’s TJ Lester. Woodward Academy wide receiver Josiah Abdullah had 19 catches for 188 yards and two touchdowns as a freshman this season and has already been offered by Georgia Tech and Pittsburgh. Additionally, Westlake’s Juan Gaston will be on the offensive line and is a 6-foot-8, 320-pounder that started for the Lions this season.

In the 8th Grade Game, the dynamic Harrison Faulker, who is a Class of 2026 prospect heading to North Oconee, will be taking the field with Mac Nelson of Mary Persons and Teddy Jarrad of St. Francis. The middle school games have been a staple of the Georgia Elite Classic lineup over the years and televising this year’s game offers an incredible opportunity to witness Georgia’s future gridiron stars compete.

The Games will also be streamed digitally on For more information visit

2021 Georgia Elite Class Schedule




Georgia Elite Classic: Sophomores 49, Freshman 35

After falling behind 21-7 to the Freshman team with 7:01 left in the second quarter, the Sophomores rallied and outscored the youngsters 42-14 in the remaining time to win the nightcap game of the Georgia Elite Classic at Rome’s Barron Stadium.

The Sophomores rushed for six touchdowns on the night and South Paulding running back Jamarion Wilcox led with 16 carries for 124 yards and three touchdowns. He scored on runs of 11, three and one yard. Pepperell running back DJ Rogers had seven carries for 63 yards and three touchdowns. Rogers scored on runs of 36, 14 and four yards.

The Freshman controlled the pace early, taking the lead on a 2-yard touchdown run by Dougherty running back Kam Davis with 6:36 left in the first quarter. Following Roger’s 36-yard touchdown run, the Freshman responded with 21-yard touchdown pass from Walton quarterback Jeremy Hecklinski to Campbell receiver Terrence Kiel with 11:41 left before half. Commerce running back Sammy Brown gave the Freshman the 21-7 lead on a 7-yard run but touchdowns by Wilcox and Rogers would tie the game just before halftime.

Cass quarterback Devin Henderson passed to Wilcox’s BJ Gibson for a 13-yard touchdown with 6:29 left in the third, but the Sophomores seized momentum with three touchdowns in a row. The Sophomores started with a Rogers run with 3:54 left in the third quarter, a Wilcox run right at the end of the third quarter and a 40-yard touchdown pass from Mill Creek quarterback Hayden Clark to River Ridge tight end Jackson Head.

The Freshman defense forced a fumble and Bradwell offensive tackle Elyjah Thurmon recovered it in the endzone for a touchdown to cut into the lead 42-35. But Wilcox’s 3-yard run with 2:28 left put the game away.

The Sophomores totaled 389 yards of offense and 228 rushing yards on 33 carries. The Freshman gained 358 yards of offense, 258 passing and 100 rushing yards.

South Paulding sophomore quarterback Kasen Weisman was 4-of-8 passing for 104 yards while rushing for 30 yards on four carries. Mill Creek quarterback Hayden Clark was 4-of-8 passing for 55 yards and a touchdown for the sophomores. Head had six receptions for 48 yards and a touchdown. Putnam County’s Darrell Bland had two receptions for 56 yards.

On defense, Whitefield Academy linebacker Caleb Lavelle led with seven solo tackles, five assists and 2.5 tackles for a loss. St. Pius X defensive back Jack Tchienchou had six tackles and two assists.

The Freshman quarterbacks were extremely efficient and were a combined 23-of-32 passing for 258 yards and two touchdowns with just one interception. Henderson was 8-of-9 passing for 107 yards and a touchdown. Hecklinski was 8-of-14 passing for 93 yards and a touchdown and Rome’s Reece Fountain was 7-of-9 passing for 58 yards.

Gibson and Kiel each had three receptions and one touchdown to lead the receiving corps. On the ground, Davis led with 18 carries for 84 yards and a touchdown. Brown had 19 carries for 55 yards and a touchdown. On defense, Roswell defensive lineman Chase Morrison led with four tackles and one tackle for a loss while Parkview defensive back Zion Ferguson made three tackles.

Georgia Elite Classic: Juniors 28, Seniors 24

Juniors 28, Seniors 24

When the game was on the line, a trio of Cherokee juniors helped protect the lead and pull the Junior team past the Seniors 28-24 in the second game of the day at the Georgia Elite Classic at Rome’s Barron Stadium.

Trailing 24-21, Roswell quarterback Robbie Roper gave the Juniors the 28-24 lead with a 15-yard touchdown pass to Mount Pisgah receiver Cole Spence. And when the Juniors faced a 3rd-and-9 at their own 15-yard line, Cherokee quarterback AJ Swann passed Cherokee’s junior wide out Adarrius Harshaw to get the first down to the 37-yard line.

Following the 2-minute warning, Cherokee back Keith Adams Jr. sealed the victory with a 21-yard first down run which sealed the victory.

The Seniors led early on a 1-yard touchdown run from Philip Johnson to cap a 5-play 70-yard drive. The Juniors tied the game on a 21-yard touchdown pass from Roper to Walton receiver Rawson MacNeill, capping a 10-play, 60-yard drive. Carrollton running back Christian Lett put the seniors up 14-7 with a 52-yard touchdown run with 14:53 left in the second half. But CJ Washington, a junior defensive end from Cedartown, tied the game with a 2-yard touchdown run with 11:11 before the half.

Cass’ senior kicker Kaleb Speights kicked a 33-yard field goal just before the half. Riverwood’s Jonathan Brown gave the Seniors the 24-21 lead with a 33-yard interception return with 9:49 left in the game but Spence’s game-winning reception proved the difference.

The Juniors amassed 370 yards of offense (220 passing, 150 rushing) and outgained the Seniors (300, 146 passing, 154 rushing) by 70 yards. Roper was an efficient 6-of-7 passing for 71 yards and two touchdowns. Swann was 8-of-10 for 115 yards and one touchdown. MacNeill had five receptions for 113 yards and two touchdowns to lead the junior receivers. Adams had 13 carries for 58 yards and Washington had three carries for 16 yards and a touchdown. Putnam County back Cedrion Brundage had 11 carries for 40 yards. On defense, Hardaway lineman Mykel Williams impressed with five solo tackles and six assists with 3.5 tackles for loss. Marietta linebacker Daniel Martin made four tackles with two assists.

Mountain View quarterback Nathan Payne was 6-of-7 passing for 91 yards and Sonoraville quarterback Brady Lackey was 3-of-6 passing for 55 yards. Lett led the seniors in the backfield with eight carries for 80 yards and a touchdown. Rockmart’s Javin Whatley had eight carries for 58 yards. Central Gwinnett wide out Mekhi Mews had three receptions for 66 yards and Clarke Central’s Justin Hodges had two catches for 52 yards. On defense for the Seniors, South Gwinnett linebacker Dwayne Johnson led with six solo tackle and five assists with three tackles for loss. Lanier linebacker Rylan Serna made four tackles, seven assists and two tackles for a loss. Riverwood lineman Jonathan Brown made three tackles with three assists and 2.5 tackles for loss and an interception. Whitefield Academy Myles Redding made an interception for the Seniors.

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Georgia Elite Classic: Middle School Nationals 32, Middle School Americans 12

The Middle School National Team (red) won the first game at the Georgia Elite Classic 32-12 over the American Team (blue) on Sunday at Rome’s Barron Stadium and it did it in a multitude of ways. The Nationals scored in nearly all facets of the game to secure the victory.

The Nationals took a 12-0 lead after the first quarter on touchdown runs by Stephens County athlete Javin Gordon on a 9-yard run and by Couch Middle cornerback Jaylen Bell on a fumble returned 10 yards for a touchdown. The Americans scored on a 43-yard interception return by Banks County running back Jaiden Daniels with 11:48 left in the second quarter, but Gordon put the Nationals up 18-6 on a 3-yard touchdown run with 3:36 left before half. At the end of the third quarter, Blessed Trinity quarterback Brooks Goodman put the Nationals up 24-6 on a 9-yard touchdown pass to Bryce Lewis.

Blessed Trinity tight end Aidrian Forbes caught a 17-yard touchdown pass from Bremen quarterback Mason Mims with 3:33 left in the game to give the Red Team a 32-6 lead. Daniels caught a 67-yard touchdown pass from Carrollton quarterback John Robert Harris with 2:10 left in the game but time ran out for the American team.

Gordon had eight carries for 80 yards and two touchdowns to lead the National team on the ground. Bowdon back Luke Windom had five carries for 48 yards, including a 27-yard scamper. Mims was 4-of-10 passing for 66 yards and one touchdown. Goodman was 1-of-3 passing for nine yards and a touchdown. Lewis had two receptions for 40 yards and a touchdown. Forbes had one reception for 17 yards and a touchdown and Nick Richardson made two receptions for 18 yards. Fort Valley kicker Peyton Joseph averaged 26.8 yards per kick on six kicks. On defense, Freedom linebacker Dylan Torrico made three solo tackles and one tackle for loss. Gordon also had three tackles and one for a loss.

Harris was 1-of-4 passing for 67 yards and one touchdown for the Americans. Mossy Creek wide out Kory Pettigrew caught two passes for 17 yards and Daniels had one reception for 67 yards and a touchdown. Marist kicker Jude Cascone kicked off three times and averaged 42.3 yards per kick. On defense, Commerce’s Jacari Huff led with five solo tackles with one assist. Commerce defensive tackle Jeremiah Mintz made four tackles, one for a loss, with one sack. Whitefield running back Charles Sharpe made three tackles and three assists. Daniels had three tackles and one for a loss.

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