2018 North Georgia Player Ratings (49-1)

VERSION 1.0

175-100 | 99-50 | 49-1

Below is the initial North Georgia Top 175 (49-1) for the Class of 2018. We have already released both 175-100, and 99-50 already this week so you should definitely check those out too.

This list will change over the next year, with players being added and moved around. Why? Some athletes physically develop later in life, especially offensive linemen, while others peak at an early age and never seem to get any better by the time they are seniors.

What is my definition of North Georgia? Any school above the gnat line starting with Macon all the way to the Tennessee line.

Over the last three recruiting cycles, Georgia has produced 599 FBS signees; 80 percent of those players hail from north of Warner Robins. That means in any given year there are approximately 160 football players going DI from North Georgia.

In 2016, the Peach State produced an all-time high of 207 high school football players signing FBS scholarships. California, with four times the population of Georgia, only produced 20 more DI signees in that same year. Yes, Georgia has become a hotbed of recruiting for colleges all over the country!

It’s our goal to help as many football players in the state of Georgia reach their goal of playing football on a full or partial scholarship. In the end, it’s the education that a student-athlete receives that will eventually carry them through their entire life. Football is a great sport, but eventually it comes to an end at an early age.

Any coach who feels that their current junior athlete has been missed for consideration on this list should contact us via Twitter @BVEvery or @RecruitGeorgia. Please include the HUDL link when promoting your player.

One important tip when making your highlight is to keep it between three and six minutes long. Make sure your top plays are first, and remember that not every tackle, run, catch or pass is highlight-worthy. Your goal is to seize the attention of college coaches.


TOP 175

175-100 | 99-50 | 49-1

1. Trevor Lawrence
QB Cartersville
6-6/195 HUDL

2. James Ohonba
OL Woodland
6-5/350 RG Profile

3. Derrik Allen
S Lassiter
6-2/205 RG Profile

4. Kyler McMichael
ATH Greater Atlanta Christian
6-1/190 HUDL

5. Robert Cooper
DL South Gwinnett
6-3/340 RG Profile

6. Myles Sims
CB Westlake
6-2/160 HUDL

7. Justin Mascoll
DE South Gwinnett
6-5/235 HUDL

8. Quindarious Hale
S Carver
6-4/180 RG Profile

9. Justin Fields
QB Harrison
6-3/210 RG Profile

10. Brenton Cox
DE Stockbridge
6-5/230 HUDL

11. Matthew Hill
WR Brookwood
6-2/185 HUDL

12. Adam Anderson
DE Rome
6-5/220 HUDL

13. Jatavious Harris
WR Baldwin
6-3/180 HUDL

14. Marquez Ezzard
WR Stockbridge
6-2/195 HUDL




15. Christian Tutt
CB Thomson
5-11/185 HUDL

16. Dylan Wonnum
OL Tucker
6-5/275 HUDL

17. Jamaree Salyer
OL Pace Academy
6-4/325 HUDL

18. Emory Jones
QB Heard County
6-2/185 RG Profile

19. Jalil Irvin
OL Stephenson
6-4/270 RG Profile

20. Cade Fortin
QB North Gwinnett
6-2/202 HUDL

21. Tre’ Douglas
CB Eagle’s Landing Christian
6-2/180 RG Profile

22. Tyneil Hopper
TE Roswell
6-3/220 RG Profile

23. Amir Abdur-Rahman
WR Mays
6-4/200 RG Profile

24. Nazir Sy
DL Norcross
6-3/290 HUDL

25. Chris Smith II
CB Hapeville Charter
5-11/170 RG Profile

26. Quin Williams
OLB Morgan County
6-3/230 HUDL

27. Trey Dean
S Dutchtown
6-2/190 RG Profile

28. Kwabena Bonsu
DE South Cobb
6-4/240 HUDL

29. Junior Uzebu
OL Alpharetta
6-6/290 RG Profile

30. Richard Jibunor
OLB Athens Christian
6-4/200 HUDL

31. Michael Harris
OLB Lovejoy
6-2/215 RG Profile

32. Warren Ericson
OL North Gwinnett
6-4/315 HUDL

33. Jarren Williams
QB Central Gwinnett
6-3/210 RG Profile

34. Hamilton Hall
OL Chamblee
6-5/315 RG Profile

35. Zach Williams
TE Johns Creek
6-3/210 RG Profile

36. Peyton Woulard
S Collins Hill
6-1/175 HUDL

37. Taiyon Palmer
CB Archer
6-0/170 HUDL




38. Darius Perry
DE Stephenson
6-4/220 RG Profile

39. Rico Frye
RB Creekside
5-10/205 RG Profile

40. Jamarcus McCoy
WR Mays
6-3/180 HUDL

41. Emeka Nwanze
RB Northview
5-11/196 HUDL

42. Abi Okonji
DE South Gwinnett
6-3/240 HUDL

43. Azeez Ojulari
OLB Marietta
6-3/210 HUDL

44. Malachi Carter
WR Mountain View
6-3/180 HUDL

45. Jamarcus Chatman
DE Rome
6-3/230 HUDL

46. Anthony Grant Jr.
RB Buford
5-11/190 HUDL

47. Donte Burton
CB Central Gwinnett
5-11/175 RG Profile

48. Israel Spivey
ATH Cedar Grove
5-10/165 HUDL

49. Austin Smith
DL Ola
6-4/275 HUDL

 

175-100 | 99-50 | 49-1
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3 Comments

  1. What about Ryan Carter from Heritage?

  2. Reply Post By jackie levalle

    JALEN CANNON – Hudl, Barry Every, Jalen Cannon from BEST academy Atlanta Ga is probably the best inside linebacker in the state regardless of classification. Please view HUDL page and tell me he is not one of the top 175.

  3. How did outside linebacker Jatorian Hansford(The Freak) from Mary Person get over looked that kid should be in the top 10 easily.6,5 220 run a 4.6 40 great run stopper and can drop back in coverage against any skill position pull his highlights up for yourself.

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