Here are this year’s Class 6-A All-State selections. Player of the Year voting is down below (only one vote per hour), there are 4 players nominated and voting ends on Sunday night at 10 pm. View more All-State teams by clicking HERE.
Pro – Max Brosmer, Centennial
Dual – Jadin Daniels, Northside-WR
RB – Cade Radam, Creekview
RB – Kevin Harris, Bradwell Institute
RB – Jahmyr Gibbs, Dalton
WR – Dayton Wade, Lovejoy
WR – Tyrek Presley, Drew
WR – Donovan Curry, Habersham Central
FLEX – Cole Jacobs, Sequoyah
OL – Nick Pendley, Creekview
OL – John Williams, Creekview
OL – Griffin Carder, Lee Co.
OL – Joshua Black, Stephenson
OL – Jaymin Speight, Coffee
OL – Warren McClendon, Brunswick
ATH – Tre Luttrell, Habersham Central
K – Alex Raynor, Harrison
DL – Mataio Soli, Douglas Co.
DL – AJ Watkins, Langston Hughes
DL – Justin Eboigbe, Forest Park
DL – Anthony Harvey, Lee Co.
DL/LB – Phillip Webb, Lanier
LB – Josh Slay, Douglas Co.
LB – Kameron Brown, Lanier
LB – Josh Agbenou, Apalachee
LB – Will McCarty, Harrison
LB – Sean McDaniel, Dacula
DB – Tavian Mayo, Lee Co.
DB – Jalen Perry, Dacula
DB – Tubby McCall, Northside-WR
DB – Devron Harper, Heritage
DB – Taj Dodson, Creekside
SPEC – Jammie Robinson, Lee Co.
P – Diego Huerta, Douglas Co.
We are switching it up for 6-A and doing a Pro and Dual threat QB selections. For Pro, Max Brosmer takes the list as the top passer in 6-A with 3459 yards, 31 touchdowns and just 6 INT’s. His 67.3 completion percentage is right at the tops, as well as his 128.8 QBR, which is impressive for a QB with over 300 passing attempts. The New Hampshire QB signee lost his best receiver in the early season, but his level of passing elevates the players around him, and Centennial still had a receiver ranked in the top 5 in receiving yards during the regular season in 6-A. For the Dual selection, it goes to none other than Northside-Warner Robins QB Jadin Daniels. The Region Athlete of the Year posted 1677 passing yards and 14 touchdowns, while also dashing out defenders for 1568 rushing yards with 17 scores. Daniels is a very shifty athlete who led his team all the way to the state championship game, his ability to keep the chains moving was instrumental to their last season push. Daniels totaled 3245 yards on the year and had 31 touchdowns.
Cade Radam eclipsed the 2k yard mark and led Class 6-A with 2009 yards on the season. The recent Kennesaw State signee averaged 154.5 yards per game and had 24 touchdowns to boot. Radam accelerates quickly, has low pad level and a never quit mindset to get the tough yards in the middle. Kevin Harris from Bradwell Institute followed up a great junior year with 1556 yards and 22 touchdowns. He was once again named Region Athlete of the Year for his efforts. Harris is a workout warrior in the weight room with the highest power clean of any back in the 2019 class – last checking in at 350. He has signed on with South Carolina in the early signing period. Dalton’s Jahmyr Gibbs was a big play waiting to happen with his 8.8 yard per carry average. His 143.1 yards per game was the 2nd highest in Class 6-A and he also totaled 20 touchdowns. The Dalton junior had a grand total of 1895 all-purpose yards on the year, and already landing offers from FBS programs.
Lovejoy’s Dayton Wade took the 6-A receiving crown with his 1113 yards on the year. He earned Offensive Player of the Year in his region catching 44 passes and 10 touchdowns. Wade burned CB’s with Power 5 offers regularly, averaging 25 yards per catch. His recruitment is still open. Drew’s Tyrek Presley managed an even more impressive yards per catch of 27.5. With only 34 receptions, Presley produced 935 yards and 7 touchdowns. The Tulane commit’s ability to create after the catch is very impressive. Habersham Central’s Donovan Curry put up 1018 yards receiving and 84.8 yards per game and 12 scores. Playing in his final game, the Troy signee had 180 receiving yards and 3 touchdowns against a top 5 team in 6-A. Curry also had over 400 yards on kickoffs. Making the flex position is Cole Jacobs from Sequoyah. This was a tough pick to make, but the senior finished the year with 1955 all-purpose yards and 20 total touchdowns. His 1192 rushing yards and 581 yards receiving makes him one of the most versatile players in 6-A. Jacobs has excellent speed, averaging 22.3 yards per catch coming out of his slot back position.
Nick Pendley was hungry his senior year for success, and had Creekview ranked #2 to finish off the regular season. Leading the way for a 2k yard rusher, Pendley just dominated his side of the line of scrimmage landing a litany of Power 5 offers throughout the fall. Pendley ultimately signed with Miss State. His teammate “Big” John Williams continues to play like one of the best offensive tackles in the class of 2020. His length and ability to get up field is evident on film, and obviously why Clemson has already secured the junior’s commitment. Griffin Carder out of Lee Co. paved the way for the most efficient offense in 6-A. Carder is tough as nails, mixing it up on each play in the trenches for the Trojans. Carder signed with Georgia Southern. Stephenson’s Joshua Black paved the way for an offense that produced just short of 3k total yards rushing with 2946 on the year. Black is lightening quick coming out his stance. Black signed to play football at Georgia Tech. Jaymin Speight had been the heart and soul of the Coffee football team the last two years. The senior linemen is relentless out there on the field and will bust his tail to make blocking assignments. Brunswick senior Warren McClendon has been making the All-State team what seems like for years. At 6’5″ and 290 lbs, it’s rare to see a player that moves as well as the McClendon. He is without a doubt one of the best offensive linemen we have evaluated on our site.
Tre Luttrell takes the athlete position, and what really sealed the deal was his final few games in October and November. Throwing for 2577 yards, 28 touchdowns while also rushing for 816 yards and 7 scores is plenty good, but then you realize he also played defense. The senior totaled 44 tackles, and several sacks – most happening late in the year. Luttrell signed with Lenoir-Rhyne in the early signing period. The is probably the most debatable position in 6-A, but Alex Raynor out of Harrison takes the kicker spot. The senior knocked in 9/12 attempts while averaging exactly 6 points per game, the 3rd highest in 6-A. He made 4/5 from +40 yards out. Where he separates from the pack is his 58 touchbacks on just 70 kickoffs – no other kicker in 6-A could really compete.
Mataio Soli looked like he was on track for 40 sacks at one point this year, but eventually cooled down and finished off the year with 22.5 sacks. If you add his tackles for loss and sacks then Soli finished the year with 51.5 tackles for loss. He won Region Athlete of the Year due to his dominating performance and signed on with Arkansas, which is also his father’s Alma Mater. AJ Watkins out Langston Hughes changed the way teams played against the Panthers. His 91 tackles, 10 sacks and 25 tackles for loss was a constant disruption for opposing offenses. Watkins won Region Defensive Player of the Year and has signed on with Georgia Southern. Justin Eboigbe is just a flat out freak of nature out there on the field, and nearly unblockable in some respect. The Alabama signee is widely considered one of the top defensive linemen in the country. He earned Region Defensive Player of the Year due to his dominating 2018 season. Anthony Harvey has a linebacker’s mindset at nose guard. The 5’9″ defender doesn’t impress getting off the bus, but get inside the lines, and his work ethic shines. Harvey was Region Defensive Player of the Year on a team that shutout 6 out of 15 opponents. Phillip Webb’s impact as a player coming off the edge while also dropping back in coverage made a huge difference at Lanier. He earned All-Gwinnett county honors after his 86 tackles, 10.5 sacks and posting up 30.5 tackles for loss. Webb also forced 4 fumbles on the season.
Douglas County’s Josh Slay averaged 12.7 tackles per game, was right at the top in 6-A with 85 solo tackles. He finished the year with 18 tackles for loss, 5 sacks and 2 forced fumbles. The speedy linebacker is currently committed to Furman. Kameron Brown was the 6-A leader with 205 tackles for Lanier. His 149 solo tackles is on another level than the rest of 6-A. Brown had 26 tackles for loss and 6 sacks to boot. He earned Gwinnett County Linebacker of the Year and All-Region Defensive MVP. Aplachee’s Josh Agbenou finally moved over to linebacker this season and finished his senior year off with 133 tackles. His team was in every game, even playing two state semifinalist very close, where Agbenou was huge. The senior’s recruitment has picked up with 5 FBS offers in the month of December. Harrison’s Will McCarty made All-County in Cobb with his 144 tackles, 11 tackle for loss and 6 sacks this season. The senior has excellent speed and instincts defending both the run and pass. Sean McDaniel had a special season over at Dacula with 150 tackles, 20 tackles for loss and 5 sacks. The senior is heavily slept on, even by the coaches in Gwinnett County, but should be a recruit that emerges late in the process due to his great season for the state semifinalist.
Tavian Mayo had a multi-interception year for the state champions at Lee County. He doesn’t get targeted much, but watching the light-footed DB, he sticks with the receiver like glue and is one of the heaviest hitters at CB in Georgia. Jalen Perry from Dacula did everything for his team, making Athlete of the Year in his region, but lands at DB for the All-State team. The 2019 student-athlete is one of the best cornerbacks in Georgia. He secured several interceptions this year, and earning All-Gwinnett County honors at CB. ‘Tubby’ McCall from Northside-Warner Robins was tied for the lead in 6-A with 8 interceptions. The class of 2019 defensive backs plays with a swagger to him, and that confidence seems to permeate throughout the Northside defense. Devron Harper from Heritage was a preseason pick as a wide receiver, but low and behold, the senior finished off 2018 with 8 interceptions. The classifications high-jump champion from last spring can explode up and high-point passes with the best of them. Harper is signed on with Gardner-Webb. Taj Dodson’s 85 tackles, 10 PBU’s, 2 interceptions, and 6 tackles for loss earns him a spot on the All-State team. The Creekside senior did everything for his squad, he even had 777 yards on special teams returns and two touchdowns.
Jammie Robinson makes the specialist position, which goes to the player who made the biggest impact on special teams, but to be honesty, he could have made defensive back too. Robinson led the classification averaging 25.5 yards per punt return and 36.7 on kickoffs. The senior had 7 touchdowns that he returned back, showing off moves that looked akin to Devin Hester. Robinson’s impact at Lee County was huge in 2018, stats cannot quantify his impact in all facets of the game. Douglas County’s Diego Huerta makes it back to the All-State team for the 2nd time. The junior blasted off his punts at a 42.6 yard clip. He also punted 22 balls inside the 20 yard line, which was the highest of any punter in 6-A. The 2020 punter is sure to be a coveted specialist in the next recruiting cycle.