Week 3 Standouts

Here are the Week 3 standouts from our weekend research. We have a quick write-up on each of the 10 athletes that we have selected with their highlight film included if possible.

We also have a poll for our Player of the Week directly underneath that will end tomorrow night at 9 p.m. You can only vote once per hour! The winner will get a featured story on the website and a custom highlight video. 

Gavin Hall
SR Gainesville
Running Back

Gavin Hall was once again dynamic for the Red Elephants in their 30-22 victory over Coconut Creek. The Furman commit had a total of 180 yards rushing and a touchdown on the ground while also hauling in 95 yards receiving and another touchdown. Hall showed off his excellent top-end speed in the open field for a 55-yard reception. The senior now has over 700 yards of total offense in just 3 games this season. He looks like a P5 talent in our opinion.

Jontavius Wyman
SOPH Jonesboro
Defensive Back

Jontavius Wyman is a 2026 defensive back prospect who was all over the field in their upset win over Dutchtown. The 6’2″ playmaker had 3 interceptions, 2 that were returned for a score on top of 150 all-purpose yards and another touchdown. Wyman is flat-out explosive on the field and earned an offer from Georgia State over the weekend. No doubt, the 2026 prospect will see more recruiting interest in the near future.

MJ Spurlin
SR Jackson County

Jackson County has been in some exciting games this season, and last week was no exception against Central Gwinnett. Behind the 209 yards and 5 touchdowns of senior running back MJ Spurlin, Jackson County came out on top winning 32-26 in double overtime. The 6’2″ 240 lbs. athlete was a workhorse with 33 rushes in the game and this follows last week where Spurlin totaled 226 all-purpose yards and 5 more touchdowns.

Shane Throgmartin
JR Mill Creek

Throgmartin has stepped into the starting job at Mill Creek and their offense has not missed a beat. The junior threw for 274 yards and broke the school record completing 25 out of 29 passes on top of 4 touchdowns. Throgmartin is a fundamentally sound QB who does an excellent job of going through his progressions and has top-line accuracy hitting his receivers perfectly.

Javin Gordon
JR Stephens Co.
Running Back

Stephens County junior Javin Gordon had his 3rd straight game of 200 yards. Gordon helped his team to a 32-7 victory over Flowery Branch, a solid team in 4A. The 2025 running back has been explosive jumping out his cuts and running behind his pads. Gordon is one of the tougher backs to bring down in this recruiting class and is a no-doubt FBS talent.

Skyler Williams
JR North Murray

North Murray’s Skyler Williams continues to impress in the early season. In their victory against Ridgeland, Williams had 234 yards passing on 16/24 attempts while also rushing for 257 yards and 19 rushes. With 5 rushing touchdowns on the ground and 2 in the air, Williams is amounting scores faster than anyone in 2A. FBS programs have to be taking notice.

Austin Clemons
SR Bryan Co.

Bryan County senior Austin Clemons has been playing great football to start the year. Against Wheeler County, the 2024 two-way player had 167 rushing yards and two touchdowns on top of 12 tackles. Bryan County won 20-0 and has started the season off 3-0. Clemons has been extremely tough to bring down when running between the tackles

Luke Cole
SR Dunwoody

Dunwoody trounced Chamblee 39-7 and senior edge rusher Luke Cole was absolutely on fire during the game. Cole had a total of 5 tackles for a loss, 4 sacks on top of forcing 3 fumbles and removing one. As the Dunwoody defensive coordinator Ryan Gentry said, “he is the heart and soul of this defense.” Without a doubt, Cole tenacity getting off his blocks and creating mayhem played a huge role in stopping the Chamblee passing attack.

Talan Shirey
SR Darlington
Wide Receiver

Talan Shirey out of Darlington had a total of 202 yards and 2 touchdowns in their 35-0 victory over Christian Heritage. With only 8 touches in the game, Shirey averaged 25 yards every time the football was in his hands. The senior is shifty in space and one of the most dangerous special team returners in the state. The 5’10” 175 senior athlete is also a standout on the baseball diamond.

James Johnson
JR Douglas Co.

James Johnson is a junior out of Douglas County making a lot of noise in the early season. The explosive playmaker had a total of 4 touchdowns in their blowout victory against McEachern. Three were rushing and another on special teams returning a punt. Johnson also had 8 tackles on defender per Derrick Mahone of the Douglas Co. Sentinel.



  1. Reply Post By Anonymous

    This player is an amazing student.

  2. Reply Post By Roderick

    Need to check out AmonteHarden

  3. Luke Cole is the greatest athlete he never gave up he is well serious at the game of football and high a football star Vote Luke cole.

    1. Reply Post By Pamela D Endsley

      James Johnson
      Is an Outstanding Athlete!!!
      In class room on and
      Off the Field ..
      Let Gooooo #JJOE

  4. Reply Post By Amy Thompson

    MJ Spurlin is top notch! High 5!!

  5. Reply Post By Kayden Cook

    MJ Spurlin is the GOAT

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