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.
Colquitt County junior Carter Boatwright has been concentrating on football for a few years now, even getting reps on the varsity as an underclassmen, but it was this fall that the multi-sport standout (baseball) decided to focus completely on the gridiron. We are only a few games through now, but it certainly seems to be
Just in the last week Rashard Revels from Colquitt County has seen his recruitment explode with Power 5 interest from around the country. The hard-hitting strong safety prospect saw his first major offer come in from Vanderbilt on April 11th, and the offers have not stopped. California offered less than 24 hours after Vanderbilt, then,
The evaluation period has been going full bore, and with the April 15th contact period looming, colleges will certainly be chomping at the bit to get more offers out, and find the next diamond in the rough in the state. However, this feature will have no diamonds in the rough, and will focus purely on
Steven Krajewski is possibly the biggest sleeper in the Peach State, and he plays for Colquitt County. Now, most people would scoff at that comment because it seems unfathomable, especially considering the Packers have produced over 30 FBS signees over the last eight seasons. But if you don’t get the opportunity to be a