Week 7 Standouts

Here are the Week 7 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 Tuesday night at 10 p.m. You can only vote once per hour! The winner will get a featured story on the website and a custom highlight video. 

Rashawn Truell
JR New Hampstead

New Hampstead was close to pulling off the upset against 4A’s #1 team in Benedictine. Junior QB Rashawn Truell threw for 533 passing yards and 4 touchdowns, breaking the school record for yardage. Two of his receivers did most of the damage with Jaylen Hampton grabbing 242 yards and Kamari Maxwell 158. Truell did a great job showing poise under pressure and reading the defense consistently for big plays.

Nori Moore
SR Hart Co.
Running Back

The do-it-all running back for Hart County was back after being sidelined with a small injury and he didn’t miss a beat. Moore had 315 yards and 5 touchdowns on 27 carries. Moore did a nice job reading the line of scrimmage and having good vision getting around his blocks. He should really be an impact player for Hart County down the stretch.

Duke Watson
SR Mary Persons
Running Back

Down goes Class A DI’s #1 team in Prince Avenue. They simply couldn’t stop Mary Person’s star running back Duke Watson. Watson ran for 315 yards and 5 touchdowns on 29 carries. The dynamic running back ended Prince Avenue’s multi-season winning streak at 20 in the process. Mary Persons has really cemented themselves among the favorite teams in 3A and a consensus top 5 team.

Montrez Redding
SR Jonesboro
Wide Receiver

Perhaps no senior has broken more onto the scene this year than Jonesboro WR Montrez Redding. The senior was a problem again in their matchup against Mundy’s Mill where Redding totaled 201 yards and 3 touchdowns receiving. Plus, he had a 93-yard return. Redding is a basketball player coming back to football, but is quickly becoming a name to know in the recruiting world. Both Toledo and Arkansas State have offered in the last week.

Ryan Fletcher
SR Alpharetta
Defensive Lineman

Fletcher was a standout in their 48-23 win over Sprayberry. The senior defensive lineman amounted 4.5 sacks, 2 additional tackles for a loss, and a fumble recovery. Fletcher was dominant getting off his blocks showing a great understanding of leverage and just being a smart-reactive football player. The 6’1″ 260 lbs. senior is a well-coached prospect flying under the radar. He is mostly receiving interest from DII programs at the moment but you have to be impressed with his output and film.

Reid Giles
SOPH Rabun Co.
Running Back

Giles had 251 yards rushing and 3 touchdowns in their 42-28 win over Fellowship Christian. The speedy sophomore was also a standout on offense at defensive back collecting tackles. Giles has very good top-end acceleration and was able to break into the open field for several game-changing touchdowns. The 2026 prospect will be one to watch in the coming years for sure.

Tanner Ennis
SR Bryan Co.

Bryan County’s Tanner Ennis continued his monster season last Friday night. The senior had 3 receptions for 62 yards and 2 touchdowns on top of 58 yards rushing and another score on offense. Then on the defensive side of the ball, Ennis lived in the backfield totaling 5 of his 11 tackles for a loss. Ennis continues to be one of the more underrated seniors in this class.

Jay Kanazawa
SR Schley Co.

In a massive blowout against Chattahoochee County, Jay Kanazawa continues his hyper-efficient season with a 160.4 QBR. The senior completed 16/20 passes for 342 yards and 3 scores on the night. Here is the real kicker, Kanazawa did it all in one half. The senior does a great job of spreading the football around and just consistently finding the open man.

Chris Parks
JR Lithia Springs

Lithia Springs’ talented junior Chris Parks went off last week against Villa Rica. Per Douglas Sentinel’s Derrick Mahone, Parks had 94 yards rushing, 88 yards passing, and an additional 84 yards receiving. The Swiss-army knife offensive player had a total of 4 touchdowns in the game. The 5’10” 175 lbs. athlete is a junior to keep an eye on with his explosive playmaking and good top-end speed.

Michael Padgett
SR Chapel Hill
Running Back

With a huge upset over Maynard-Jackson 18-16 on Homecoming night, Chapel Hill has to be feeling good. Senior Michael Padgett had himself a nice. He amassed 203 yards rushing and scored 3 of his team’s touchdowns for the night. Padgett is a 5’10” 195 lbs. running back who has good patience at the line of scrimmage and then an excellent burst to accelerate through the hole. He is back to continue to watch closely down the stretch here for programs looking for an under-the-radar back that is producing in a big way.



  1. Reply Post By Donna Williams

    Nice run.

  2. Reply Post By Melanie Enmon

    Go Micheal Go!!!!

  3. Reply Post By Anonymous

    Good Job Michael!!

  4. Let’s go Michael

    1. Reply Post By Anonymous

      Montez Redding

  5. Reply Post By Ms Doretha

    Michael Padgett – Keep doing what you do! I’m proud of you and yours accomplishments.

  6. Reply Post By Anonymous

    Let’s go Michael!!!!

  7. Reply Post By Anonymous

    Let’s go RYAN!!!

  8. Reply Post By Bre Riso

    Ryan fletcher

  9. Reply Post By Akira Dennis

    Michael Padgett

  10. Michael Padgett

  11. Michael Padgett Keep up the good work.

  12. Reply Post By Kelvin Roberts

    Been coaching the kids since he was in the youth league he been a dog straight outta South Georgia, 299

  13. Reply Post By Franchesica Redding

    Let’s gooooo Montez!!!! #ReddingBoy❤️‍🔥

  14. Reply Post By Anonymous

    Michael Padgett

  15. Reply Post By Winston Bedgood

    Keep working Montez

  16. Reply Post By Anonymous

    Vote: Michael Padgett

  17. Reply Post By Joiner Wimby

    Montez Redding

  18. Reply Post By Jacqueline ELLIS


  19. Montez Redding

  20. Reply Post By alaina holbert

    ryan fletcher

  21. Reply Post By Clorisa Holloway

    Let’s get it Montrez!!!

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