Class 4-A Preseason All-State

Here is our 2018 Preseason All-State selections for Class 4-A! We will be adding in new classifications each day leading up to August 10th. More preseason content like team rankings will be released on Sunday night on the 12th of August.  Each classification’s All-State team will include 32 players. Every media outlets has their own take, and no All-State team is perfect, so please leave a comment down below, and share your thoughts! MORE PRESEASON TEAMS


OFFENSE

QB – Jake Smith, Blessed Trinity
RB – Tahj Gary, Woodward Acd.
RB – Tony Mathis Jr., Cedartown
RB – Robert Davis, Pickens
WR – Jamari Thrash, Troup Co.
WR – Ryan Davis, Blessed Trinity
WR – Zion Puckett, Spalding
TE – Jackson Lowe, Cartersville
OL – Christian Coulter, Thomson
OL – Fred Norman Jr., Ridgeland
OL – Dean Colton, Marist
OL – Connor Brown, St. Pius
OL – Jackson Davis, Spalding
OL – Caleb Jones, North Oconee
K – Marshall Golick, Woodward Acd.
ATH – Steele Chambers, Blessed Trinity

 

DEFENSE

DL – Travon Walker, Upson-Lee
DL – JR Bivens, Blessed Trinity
DL – Daniel Lavelle, Mary Persons
DL – Darion Goodrum, Oconee Co.
DL – Ryan Mannelly, Marist
LB – JD Bertrand, Blessed Trinity
LB – D’Eryk Jackson, West Laurens
LB – Joko Willis, Troup Co.
LB – Milton Adams, Baldwin
DB – Jamari Brown, Eastside
DB – Miles Richardson, Chapel Hill
DB – Nic Toomer, Sandy Creek
DB – Zach Ranson, St. Pius
DB – Kyle Hamilton, Marist
P – Jeffrey Curtis, Heritage-Ringgold
RET – Traveon Latimore, Madison Co.

 

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2 Comments

  1. Reply Post By Jay B

    I realize it’s tough to put too many kids from a single team for a preseason All State team but Blessed Trinity has TWO great running backs with over 1,300 yards each last year. Steele Chambers (Ohio State Commit) had 199 attempts, 1,309 yards (6.6 yds per carry), and 23 TDs and Elijah Green (2020, UNC and South Carolina offers) had 218 attempts, 1,317 yards (6 yds per carry), and 10 TDs.

    Based on MaxPreps, or most casual observers, BT had the toughest strength of schedule in 4A going against the State Runner up twice, 2 Semi Finalist (St Pius and Mary Persons), last years defending state champion (Cartersville), last years state runner up (Thomson), McCallie (TN) who was #3 in the entire state of Tennessee, Marietta and Mary Persons. Figured I would post to get the conversation started.

    1. Absolutely, Chambers and Green are one of the best duos in the state of Georgia (really like Carson Harof’s game too), and it’s really impressive the numbers they put up when you consider Jake Smith threw for over 2000 yards too. The running backs selected above all went for around 2000 all-purpose yards and produced more in terms of scoring. No doubt BT had the toughest road possible going through four teams that I had ranked in the top 5 prior to the playoffs. BT ended up with 5 players on the preseason team, which is the most of any team in the classification.

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