Laying in the recruiting weeds is Creekside’s exciting senior Julian Perkinson. The 2019 receiver is coming off a strong junior year where he was the most prominent pass-catcher for the Tribe, but was slowed down in the early season with a neck injury he suffered just prior to the 2018 season kicking off. Still, the
Bayard Taylor out of Columbus has some of the best grades of any interior lineman you can find in the state of Georgia. The seniors’ 4.484 GPA boldly stands out among his peers in the trenches, and on Week 9, his mental quickness to go along with his foot speed was put to the test.
Making the top 10 plays in the state of Georgia once again this season is Pace sophomore Jayden Thomas (Week 1 Top Play). The 2020 athlete finished with the #2 play, but instead of making a highlight reel catch, the 2021 athlete found himself on the defensive side of the ball. Heading back to Week
featured photo credit: Matt Hamilton, Dalton Daily Citizen Poag to McConkey might be an all too familiar combination for opponents of North Murray this season. The 2020 wide receiver has quickly emerged as the top brass at receiver after the graduation of All-State receiver Connor Rice, who left a statistical vacuum after his 1000-yard senior
Tattnall County’s Deon Durden made a catch for the ages last weekend. The explosive senior receiver had intense man coverage against Liberty County, but he was not to be denied. The defensive back practically threw his entire body at Durden, warranting a pass interference, but the senior reached out with one hand making a remarkable