Rarely do you see a freshman making an impact like Jackson Head at the tight end position, but take a gander of his midseason film, and you will realize the 2023 student-athlete is a prospect to know. In fact, just last Friday Head made one of the most spectacular plays of the 2019 season. The
Junior year has proven a few things for Caleb Celments out of Heritage high school. The Conyers product has amounted 23 receptions on the year for a total of 316 yards and two touchdowns on the season. With out a doubt the most exciting play of the season came last Friday where Clements ran
Bremen started the year off with a few hiccups, they lost to two top 10 teams to start off the season; one in their own classification in Rabun County, and the other against Class A Public’s Bowdon. It was an inauspicious start for the Blue Devils, who lived comfortable in our top 10 during 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.