Earlier this year, Dijmon Wheeler was highlighted as a potential breakout recruit for Colquitt County, and it looks like the junior is certainly made a splash on the varsity. Wheeler has put up 512 yards on 38 catches and 11 touchdowns to go along with some explosive plays on special teams with 3 punt returns
Gainesville class of 2022 defensive linemen Khaliq Maddox has been a standout the last few years for the Red Elephants. Mostly playing off the edge, the powerful defender is in constant motion on the field once the ball is snapped. Maddox plays with unmatched energy and just pure determination to get after the football. That
Trinity Christin junior Bryce Wilcox has seen a good start to his junior year doing a little bit of everything from playing cornerback on defense to lining up at receiver on offense or even returning kicks on special team. Wilcox has done it all for the top 10 ranked Class A Private program. There was
To be truthful, it was really the start of the pandemic that we first saw Jake Pope’s name pop up into the recruiting world on a consistent basis. He was a big-time player for Buford his sophomore year back in 2019, and he did have some very good offers leading up to April, but his
Article Written by: Zane Rowland – follow on Twitter Dijmon Miller is a talented young man out of Moultrie for the Colquitt County Packers. He plays all over the field as needed for the Packers – quarterback, wideout and defensive back. As versatile as he is, Miller sees the most time at wide receiver.
Article Written by: Zane Rowland – Azalea City Sports This is a two-part story. Part 1 will feature Rashod Brockington and Part 2 will feature Kish Wright. Both are Preseason All-State athletes. There is a quick ‘RG Take’ at the bottom too. Part 1 Rashod Brockington is heading into his senior year for the Lanier
Article Written by: Zane Rowland – Azalea City Sports Will Collier is an offensive tackle for The Valdosta Wildcats. He is one of the four returning starters on the squad. There is good expectations that he is poised for another great season with the ‘Cats. Collier has great size at 6’5 265 pounds and he
Article Written by: Zane Rowland – Azalea City Sports Mike Miller is a rising junior in the 2022 class at Valdosta High School. Mike is poised to have a stellar junior season for the ‘Cats. Miller has spent the last two seasons studying under recent FSU commit Tate Rodemaker. He also had the chance to
Written by: Mike Faulkner Rising junior Denzel Alexandre-Louis, from North Cobb Christian High School, is excited for the upcoming season. “Coming into my junior season, I have been working much harder than before and managing my time with workouts and friends,” Alexandre-Louis said. Workouts during the pandemic haven’t been a problem for Alexandre-Louis. “We have doing
Written by: Mike Faulkner Collins Hill High School athlete Travis Hunter, a class of 2022 recruit, had previously committed to Florida State University back on March 3rd, 2020. The rising junior spoke about his decision, “I always wanted to go to FSU and it was a dream come true,” he said. Hunter chose Florida State
In terms of just raw upside, the class of 2022 has a lot of really promising athletes here in the state of Georgia. One player who has some of the biggest upside is Joshua White out of Cedar Grove. It doesn’t take too long to notice the 6’5″ 248 lbs. defensive end on film. The
Another Class of 2022 athlete who made a top play last weekend was Carrollton’s Terrell Carmichael. The 6’1″ 187 lbs. sophomore was standing around midfield for a return, but a slick rugby punt had the ball tumbling down to the 30-yard line. The speedy-sophomore tracked the bouncing oval to the 30-yard line where he secured
Antonio Martin Jr. was a 2022 running back that first stepped onto the varsity lineup a year ago for Langston Hughes team that was desperate for some offensive production. The shifty-yet-powerful back took those strong offensive exploits from his freshman year, then internalized that momentum into the offseason where he made some nice improvements physically.
Terian “TJ” Williams II started off last fall just trying to crack the varsity rotation at Parkview, which is a tall task for any freshman across the state, let alone on one of the more competitive teams in the largest classification in Georgia. The two-way player who shined as a QB throughout youth ball,