2018 Safety Rankings Version 1.0

Version 1.0 of the Recruit Georgia S Position Rankings starts off as a Top 15. This is another deep and talented position group in the Peach State that should attract recruiters from across the nation.

Coming in at No. 1 is S/CB Derrik Allen of Lassiter. Allen has been a three-year starter for the Trojans and has already accepted an invitation to take part in next year’s US Army All-American Game. He currently has over 30 FBS offers on the table, making him one of the most heavily recruited athletes in the country.

Quindarious “Monday” Hale is a very long, hard-hitting intimidator on the gridiron for the Carver-Atlanta Panthers. The two-way standout racked up 78 tackles, four INTs, four TFLs and two sacks as a junior. He also caught 11 passes for 309 yards and three scores. Hale was honored as Class AAAAA First Team All-State by Recruit Georgia and the AJC. He has reached the double-digit mark in scholarship offers.

Making his entry at No. 3 is hybrid LB/S Sharrod Frazier of Brunswick. Frazier led the Pirates in tackles with 90 stops while also recording 15.5 TFLs, 4.5 sacks and two INTs. He currently has four FBS offers; look for that list to grow exponentially, because Frazier is one of the hardest strikers in the country. He was named AAAAAA All-State Honorable Mention by the AJC.

Dutchtown standout Trey Dean comes in at No. 4. As a junior, he accumulated 50 tackles, 14 PBUs and one INT. Dean boasts over a dozen offers at this time. His hard work did not go unnoticed as he was named AAAAA First Team All-State by Recruit Georgia.

Frazier is not the only hard-hitting safety south of the gnat line. Thomasville star Charlie Thomas shined on both sides of the ball in 2016. Offensively, he touched the ball 26 times for 353 yards and five scores. Defensively, he recorded 62 tackles, three sacks and two INTs. Thomas was named AA First Team All-State by Recruit Georgia and the AJC. He claims two offers at this time, but that number will dramatically change over the next few months.

Peyton Woulard was one of the few bright spots for Collins Hill this past season. He recorded 79 tackles, six PBUs and two INTs as a junior. He currently has a handful of DI offers.

Completing the top seven is Mill Creek CB/S Jonathan Gipson. In 2016, he recorded 54 tackles, 10 PBUs and three INTs for the 13-1 Hawks. At this time he has a trio of FBS offers.

Future Recruit Georgia Position Rankings still to come are APB, ATH, OT, OG/OC, ILB and CB.

(N) = North (S) = South

1. Derrik Allen
6-2/205 Lassiter (N)

2. Quindarious Hale
6-4/180 Carver (N)

3. Sharrod Frazier

6-0/190 Brunswick (S)

4. Trey Dean
6-2/190 Dutchtown (N)

5. Charlie Thomas
6-2/195 Thomasville (S)

6. Peyton Woulard
6-1/175 Collins Hill (N)

7. Jonathan Gipson
6-1/185 Mill Creek (N)

8. Bryson Richardson
6-1/190 Buford (N)

9. Daniel Troutman
6-0/170 Mays (N)

10. Kenneth Dicks III
6-0/190 Lambert (N)

11. TJ Harris
6-1/190 Lee County (S)

12. Jeremiah Compton
5-11/180 Camden County (S)

13. Khaleb Hood
6-0/170 ELCA (N)

14. Blane Mason
6-1/170 Centennial (N)

15. Jaylen Jackson
6-0/180 Brunswick (S)


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  1. Reply Post By Thaddeus Underwood


    Please check out my highlights promise u i should be in this list

  2. Reply Post By Lisa Everett

    Watch Jalen Everetts highlights he should be on the list. 6 interceptions and 64 tackles his Junior year http://www.hudl.com/profile/5519095

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