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Shelton has big finale despite loss
1Not every ending is fitting. That was the case last weekend for Blessed Trinity senior Milton Shelton, a four-year varsity player with more than 5,000 yards rushing. Shelton fumbled at the 1-yard line on the final play of his storied career on Friday in the Class AAA championship game. Westminster recovered in the end zone, clinching a 38-31 overtime victory.
 
"There were no regrets about that fumble, none whatsoever," Blessed Trinity coach Tim McFarlin said Monday. "Milton did exactly what he's always done - extend himself to the fullest. The effort he gives on the field is the same he gives in everything. Every teacher in that school loves him. He's a very mature young man. He's good with it."
 
Shelton had perhaps the single most impressive state-finals performance of any player in the Georgia Dome last weekend. He rushed for 254 yards and a touchdown on 37 carries. He also had seven tackles at cornerback. He finished with 2,059 yards rushing on the season and 5,439 for his career, both of which are school records.
 
McFarlin said Shelton might be the toughest player he has ever coached, including during his 30 years at Roswell.
 
"If you'd seen him carted off the field at Jefferson [with a neck injury in the second round] and then the next week rush for 200 yards against Rabun County, you'd know what a special, special person he is," McFarlin said.
 
Next for Shelton will be college football, probably at a small college as bigger schools have had reservations about his size (5 feet, 9 inches, 185 pounds). Shelton wants to major in criminal justice with a career goal of working in the CIA or Drug Enforcement Administration.
 
Here are 10 more players who had outstanding individual performances in the state finals.
 
*Allatoona DE Casey Smith had a 16-yard sack and stopped two second-half drives into Allatoona territory, one with a forced fumble, the other with a tackle on a fourth-and-1, in a 10-6 victory over Glynn Academy in the Class AAAAA final.
 
*Allatoona DB Juanyea Tarver had eight tackles, three for losses, one that resulted in a fumble, and partially blocked a punt against Glynn Academy.
 
*Buford LB/RB T.D. Roof had three tackles for losses totaling 15 yards and rushed for 35 yards on three carries in a 10-0 loss to Cartersville in the Class AAAA final.
 
*Cartersville DB Xavior Coaxum had six solo tackles, intercepted a pass that he returned 26 yards and broke up a pass in the first shutout victory against Buford since 1999, covering 75 games.
 
*Clinch County QB Charles McClelland rushed for 173 yards and a touchdown on 22 carries in a 24-6 victory over Irwin County in the Class A public-school final.
 
*Colquitt County DE Ty Phillips had 3.5 tackles for 17 yards in losses and broke up a pass in a 30-13 victory over Roswell in the Class AAAAAA final.
 
*Colquitt County WR/RB Ty Lee rushed for 90 yards on 14 carries and caught 11 passes for 123 yards and a touchdown against Roswell.
 
*Eagle's Landing Christian OT Chandler Reeves graded out 92 percent with three pancake blocks in a 35-14 victory over Aquinas in the Class A private-school final. ELCA rushed for 313 yards. "All the rushing yards are right behind Chandler," ELCA coach Jonathan Gess said.
 
*Pace Academy QB Gunnor Faulk was 13-of-15 passing for 148 yards in a 42-21 victory over Fitzgerald in the Class AA final.
 
*Westminster PK/P Blake Gillikin made field goals of 32, 53 and 21 yards, was 6-for-6 on touchbacks and punted three times for a 61.7-yard average, putting two inside the 20-yard line, against Blessed Trinity.
 
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Statewide All-Academic Team Presented By scoutSMART
2GHSF Daily, in conjunction with scoutSMART, presented a football student-athlete of the week each Friday this season, recognizing players who are outstanding on the field and in the classroom. Here is the state all-academic team, selected by scoutSMART based on nominations from coaches:
 
Offense
QB - Chase Parrish, Colquitt County, Sr.
QB - Jack Dinges, Marist, Jr.
QB - Felix Harper, Creekside, Sr.
RB - Artice Hobbs, Newton, Sr.
RB - Sabree Curtis, Creekside, Sr.
RB - Jay Harris, Lovett, Sr.
TB - Lofton Tidwell, Landmark Christian, Jr.
WR - James Story, South Paulding, Sr.
WR - DeAndre Pierce, Turner County, Sr.
TE - Justin Hurston, Woodland-Stockbridge, Sr.
OL - Zach Thompson, Emanuel County Institute, Sr.
OL - Steven Bedosky, Landmark Christian, Sr.
OL - Tanner Holcomb, South Paulding, Sr.
OL - Logan Harr, Gainesville, Sr.
OL - Sanders Creech, Benedictine, Sr.
 
Defense
DL - Drew Anderson, Landmark Christian, Sr.
DL - Cameron Kline, South Forsyth, Sr.
DL - Emmanuel Belmar, Collins Hill, Sr.
DL - John Dussling, Brookstone, Sr.
LB - Cole Maxwell, Lee County, Sr.
LB - Luke Edwards, Ridgeland, Jr.
LB - Robert Snyder, Collins Hill, Sr.
LB/DB - Zane Ashley, Peachtree Ridge, Jr.
DB - Darryl Avery, Douglas County, Sr.
DB - Dereck Adams, Carver-Atlanta, Sr.
DB - Prather Hudson, Brookstone, Sr.
DB - Garrett Rigby, Tucker, Sr.
 
Special teams
K - Obie Brannon, Cherokee, Sr.
P - Peyton Bush, Dodge County, Fr.
Snapper - Scott Meyer, Blessed Trinity, Sr.
Snapper - Ethan Melton, Richmond Hill, Jr.
Four Questions Presented By Ga. Farm Bureau Insurance
1GHSF Daily asked Georgia head coaches to answer these four questions. We'll report from a different head coach each day.
Chad Frazier, Villa Rica
1. What is the most memorable game you've been a part of as a player or coach? "When I was the OC at Northgate, we played against Westlake in 2006. Cam Newton was the Westlake quarterback, and he was running up and down the field against us. On the second touchdown, they missed the extra point to make it 13-0 at halftime. We managed to shut them out the second half and with 20 seconds to go in the game, we force a fumble and in two plays score, convert the PAT and win the game 14-13."
 
2. Which high school coach would you want your son to play for, and why? "I would want my son to play for Milt Miller [former Lowndes and Worth County head coach]. Everything about his program at Lowndes was impressive."
 
3. What is your pet peeve as a coach? "My pet peeve is excuses. Commit or find something else to do."
 
4. Which GHSA policy or high school football rule would you most like to see changed?
"Like so many other coaches on here, I feel like the six-quarter rule could be adjusted. Too many times a kid has to sit out of quarters on a JV game for playing a handful of special teams plays on the varsity." 
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All-Region Teams
Please send all-region teams to GHSF Daily at ghsfdaily@bellsouth.net. We will publish any team that we receive. GHSF Daily encourages those selecting and providing all-region teams to include each player's year in school. All-region players who are recognized as underclassmen have a better chance of being recruited and getting recognition on preseason all-area or all-state teams in 2016. 

4-AAAAA
Subregion A
Offensive player of the year: RB Quarderman Sloan, Drew, Sr.
Defensive player of the year: LB James Skalski, Northgate, Sr.
Coach of the year: Tommy Walburn, Northgate
 
First-team offense
QB - Joseph Newman, Drew, Sr.
RB - Rico Frye, Starr's Mill, So.
RB - Ton Evans, Northgate, Jr.
RB - Khalid Hylton, Mundy's Mill, Sr.
OL - Shamarious Gilmore, Drew, Sr.
OL - Antoin Hawkins, Mundy's Mill, Sr.
OL - Asa Smith, McIntosh, Sr.
OL - Jaylen Buckhanna, Northgate, Sr.
OL - Zach Lyle, Northgate, Sr.
WR - Cedric Davenport, Drew, So.
WR - Bryson Duckworth, Drew, Sr.
WR - Armini Donaldson, Mundy's Mill, Jr.
ATH - James Ragland, Forest Park, Sr.
K - Parker Romo, McIntosh, Sr.
 
First-team defense
DL - Drew Latham, Northgate, Sr.
DL - Hardrick Willis, Mundy's Mill, Jr.
DL - Ryan Speicha, Starr's Mill, Sr.
DL - Derek Bertke, McIntosh, Sr.
LB - Kyle Feldbauer, Northgate, Sr.
LB - Jallah Neal, Drew, Sr.
LB - Garrett Houston, Starr's Mill, Sr.
LB - Owen Peacock, McIntosh, Sr.
DB - Matt Lewis, Northgate, Sr.
DB - Javon McCrary, Mundy's Mill, Sr.
DB - Justin Fantroyal, Drew, Jr.
DB - Melvin Broomfield, Starr's Mill, Sr.
ATH - Satchel Goodrich, Starr's Mill, Sr.
P - Parker Romo, McIntosh, Sr.
 
Second-team offense
QB - Kyle McLaren, Northgate, So.
RB - Kyle Cater, Northgate, Jr.
RB - Marquarious Crutchfield, Mundy's Mill, Sr.
RB - Dion Munerlyn, Starr's Mill, Sr.
OL - Jalin Hagen, Drew, Sr.
OL - Hunter Fox, McIntosh, Sr.
OL - Caleb Blankenship, Northgate, Sr.
OL - Coin Maguire, Starr's Mill, Sr.
OL - Devin King, Starr's Mill, Sr.
WR - Jay Anderson, Northgate, Jr.
WR - Darius Snellings, Mundy's Mill, Jr.
WR - Chris Age, Northgate, Sr.
ATH - Taylor Casterline, McIntosh, Sr.
K - James Skalski, Northgate, Sr.
 
Second-team defense
DL - Corey Funches, Forest Park, Sr.
DL - Mario Baity, Drew, Sr.
DL - Jackson Sims, Northgate, Jr.
DL - Daniel King, McIntosh, Sr.
LB - Anthony Menchaca, Drew, So.
LB - Kolby Williams, Mundy's Mill, Jr.
LB - Clayton Francisco, Northgate, Sr.
LB - Anthony Davis, Starr's Mill, Sr.
DB - Michael Latimer, Drew, So.
DB - Terrance Carter, Northgate, Jr.
DB - Robbie Mustic, McIntosh, Sr.
DB - Jacob Young, Northgate, Sr.
ATH - Kahari Richard, Drew, Sr.
P - Denzel Carter, Drew, Jr.
 
Subregion B
Offensive player of the year: QB K'Lin Epps, Dutchtown, Sr.
Defensive player of the year: DE Charles Wiley, Stockbridge, Sr.
Special teams players of the year: P D.J. Montgomery, Dutchtown, Jr.; and RET Devin Pate, Woodland, Sr.
Coach of the year: Kevin Whitley, Stockbridge
 
First-team offense
QB - Malachi Brown, Stockbridge, Sr.
RB - Deangelo Albert, Woodland, Sr.
RB - Jalen Holston, Stockbridge, Jr.
RB - Chris Rodriguez, Ola, So.
WR - Marquez Ezzard, Stockbridge, So.
WR - David Dennis, Dutchtown, Sr.
WR - Alyondre Swift, Dutchtown, Jr.
TE - Justin Hurston, Woodland, Sr.
OL - Josh Hall, Stockbridge, Sr.
OL - Damian Bounds, Stockbridge, Sr.
OL - Joc Case, Ola, Sr.
OL - Dylan McCloud, Ola, Jr.
OL - James Ohonba, Woodland, So.
OL - Keith Bradshaw, Dutchtown, Sr.
ATH - Jake Kaufman, Union Grove, Sr.
PK - Cameron Corley, Ola, Sr.
 
First-team defense
DL - Jayquan Coles, Woodland, Jr.
DL - Myles Clark, Dutchtown, Sr.
DL - Terry Thomas, Luella, Sr.
DL - Chase Graham, Union Grove, Jr.
DL - Kamrin Camp, Dutchtown, Sr.
LB - David Brown, Stockbridge, Sr.
LB - Shelby Poss, Woodland, Sr.
LB - Tre Allen, Woodland, Jr.
LB - Keiston Lowery, Luella, Jr.
DB - Yusuf Corker, Woodland, Jr.
DB - Isaiah Isaac, Woodland, Sr.
DB - Darius Osbie, Ola, Sr.
DB - Quindarius Reid, Stockbridge, Sr.
DB - Justin Richey, Dutchtown, Sr.
P - Trae Salmon, Woodland, Sr.
 
Second-team offense
QB - Reid Larson, Woodland, Jr.
RB - Josh White, Luella, Sr.
RB - Darius Stubbs, Luella, Sr.
RB - Michael Reid, Dutchtown, Jr.
WR - Jake Hayes, Ola, Sr.
WR - Alex Petry, Union Grove, Sr.
WR - Jacob Honea, Woodland, Sr.
TE - Aubrey Stapp, Ola, Sr.
OL - Dishon Johnson, Union Grove, Sr.
OL - Brandon Rogers, Woodland, Sr.
OL - Thomas Jones, Dutchtown, Sr.
OL - Dallas Martin, Ola, Sr.
OL - Keith Mays, Stockbridge, Sr.
OL - Brody Court, Luella, Sr.
ATH - Will Thomas, Luella, Sr.
PK - Ocean Curvin, Dutchtown, So.
 
Second-team defense
DL - Kelton Dawson, Stockbridge, Jr.
DL - Shaka Brown, Woodland, Jr.
DL - Austin Smith, Ola, So.
DL - Chris Anderson, Woodland, Sr.
DL - Kindell Bell, Luella, Sr.
LB - Jajuan Jackson, Stockbridge, Sr.
LB - Shane Shirley, Ola, Sr.
LB - Austin Henry, Union Grove, Sr.
LB - Maurice Richards, Dutchtown, Jr.
DB - Jamari Clark, Stockbridge, Sr.
DB - Shakur Brown, Woodland, Jr.
DB - Tre Dean, Dutchtown, So.
DB - Otis Thrasher, Luella, Sr.
DB - Jordan Ateeb, Union Grove, Sr.
 
5-AAAA
Player of the year: QB Ryan Glover, Woodward Academy, Jr.
Offensive player of the year: RB Elijah Holyfield, Woodward Academy, Sr.
Defensive player of the year: LB Roury Glanton, Carrollton, Sr.
Ironman Award (Two-way player of the year): DB/WR/RET Javon Jackson, Sandy Creek, Sr.
Kick returners: Jeff Hubbard, Woodward Academy, Jr.; and Keegan Hill, Carrollton, Sr.
Kicker of the year: PK Sam Barge, Carrollton, Jr.
Coach of the year: John Hunt, Woodward Academy
 
First-team offense
QB - Bryant Walker, Sandy Creek, So.
RB - Marvin Hubbard, Sandy Creek, Jr.
RB - Jaylan Thomas, Carrollton, So.
TE - Stephen Elliott, Woodward Academy, Sr.
WR - Korey Banks, Sandy Creek, Sr.
WR - Jacob Robertson, Woodward Academy, Sr.
WR - Josh Johnson, Woodward Academy, Jr.
OL - Chandler Tuitt, Sandy Creek, Sr.
OL - Tristan Crowder, Carrollton, Sr.
OL - Myles Ferrell, Woodward Academy, Sr.
OL - Case Cook, Carrollton, Jr.
OL - Justin Wade, Fayette County, Sr.
 
First-team defense
DL - DJ Forte, Sandy Creek, Sr.
DL - Tay Cody, Fayette County, Sr.
DL - Mario Gamble, Carrollton, Sr.
DL - Terry Myrick, Woodward Academy, Jr.
LB - Max Richardson, Woodward Academy, Sr.
LB - K.J. Phillips, Woodward Academy, So.
LB - Elijah Gilmore, Sandy Creek, Sr.
LB - Will Harper, Sandy Creek, Sr.
DB - Sean Harper, Fayette County, Sr.
DB - Antone Williams, Woodward Academy, Sr.
DB - JR Pace, Woodward Academy, Jr.
DB - Ian McIntyre, Whitewater, Sr.
 
Second-team offense
QB - Anthonie Powell, Fayette County, Jr.
RB - Mess Bonner, Troup, Sr.
RB - Jarvis Terrell, Carrollton, Sr.
TE - Parker Mallett, Sandy Creek, Jr.
WR - Thomas Culwell, Carrollton, Jr.
WR - Wade Barlow, Fayette County, Sr.
WR - Luke Allen, Whitewater, Sr.
WR - Daveion Nash, Fayette County, Sr.
OL - Hudson Newton, Troup, Sr.
OL - Will Berkey, Woodward Academy, Jr.
OL - Knox Hagan, Woodward Academy, Jr.
OL - Sir James Protho, Sandy Creek, Sr.
 
Second-team defense
DL - Coston Barber, Woodward Academy, Sr.
DL - Colby Warrior, Sandy Creek, Jr.
DL - Trey Miller, Whitewater, Sr.
DL - Jack Carroll, Woodward Academy, Sr.
LB - Hunter Griffin, Whitewater, Sr.
LB - Malcolm Easterwood, Fayette County, Jr.
LB - Kobe Sandel, Woodward Academy, Jr.
LB - Austin Carter, Troup, Sr.
LB - Dylan Parham, Carrollton, Jr.
DB - Darien Wiggins, Woodward Academy, Jr.
DB - Ladanian Hunt, Carrollton, Jr.
DB - Mitch McLendon, Carrollton, Sr.
DB - Mychael Jenkins, Sandy Creek, Jr.
DB - Trent Carrington, Fayette County, Jr.
 
Honorable mention: QB Dexter Shealey, Troup, Sr.; QB Mark Wright, Carrollton, So.; RB Malek Bowe, Fayette County, Sr.; RB Jaelen Greene, Sandy Creek, Jr.; WR Cam Russell, Troup , Jr.; WR Kaleb Slaughter, Sandy Creek, Jr.; WR Tremayne Tolbert, Troup, Sr.; WR Major Weems, Sandy Creek, So.; TE Jamarcus Williamson, Fayette County, Jr.; OL Chance Brown, Sandy Creek, Sr.; OL Gage Langlois, Whitewater , Sr.; OL Josh McCullough, Woodward Academy, Jr.; OL Shiva Puttagunta, Woodward Academy, Jr.; OL Camryn Reed, Carrollton , Jr; OL Savon Simmons, Sandy Creek, Jr.; OL Jacobie Wilkerson, Fayette County, Sr.; OL Thez Wyatt, Fayette County, Sr.; DL Antonio Andrews, Whitewater , Sr.; DL Taylor Hodge, Sandy Creek, So.; DL Jay Johnson, Sandy Creek, Jr.; DL Jaylon Rhodes, Fayette County, Sr.; DL Josh Walker, Carrollton , So.; DL Lamarae Wolf, Carrollton , Jr.; LB Noah Alfred, Fayette County, Jr.; LB Mitch Eddleman, Carrollton , Sr.; LB Teras Hagans, Fayette County, Sr.; LB James Teague, Whitewater, Sr.; LB Josh Thomas, Carrollton, Jr.; LB Antonio Trapp, Sandy Creek, Sr.; DB Isaiah Appling, Sandy Creek, Jr.; DB Ian Barnes, Sandy Creek, Sr.; DB Cedric Gervin, Whitewater, Sr.; DB James Hawkins, Fayette County, Jr.; DB Jalen Ridges, Fayette County, Jr.; DB Saige Sharkey, Woodward Academy, Sr.; DB Macenta Stafford, Troup , So.
 
8-AAA
Player of the year: QB Mecole Hardeman, Elbert County, Sr.
Offensive player of the year: QB Zeb Noland, Oconee County, Sr.
Defensive player of the year: DL M.J. Webb, Morgan County, Jr.
Coach of the year: Travis Noland, Oconee County
 
Offense
QB - Robert Allen, Hart County, Sr.
RB - Trae Stowers, Hart County, Sr.
RB - Malik Tuck, Jackson County, Sr.
RB - Colby Wood, Jefferson, So.
RB - Christian Casey, Oconee County, Jr.
RB - Tra Barnett, Elbert County, Sr.
FB - Will Kellum, Jefferson, Jr.
WR - Zach Maldonado, Hart County, Sr.
WR - Roques Dowdy, Oconee County, Jr.
OL - Will Lay, Hart County, Jr.
OL - Trevor Todd, Hart County, So.
OL - Tyler Sartian, Jackson County, Sr.
OL - Abe Noland, Oconee County, Jr.
OL - Trey Blakely, Elbert County, Sr.
OL - Cole Hart, Elbert County, Sr.
OL - Caleb Chandler, Jefferson, Jr.
ATH - Tyler Davis, Oconee County, Sr.
 
Defense
DB - Jody McAlister, Morgan County, Jr.
DB - Chase Wester, Jackson County, Sr.
DB - Zack Boobas, Jefferson, Jr.
DB - Champ Bell, Oconee County, Jr.
DB - Tay Huff, Elbert County, So.
DB - Andrew Scott, East Jackson, Jr.
LB - Case Segrest, Morgan County, Sr.
LB - Dre' Hughes, Hart County, Jr.
LB - Malik Chapman, Morgan County, Jr.
LB - Jonathan Paolizzi, Jefferson, Jr.
LB - Tay Brown, Oconee County, Sr.
LB - Jaleel Laguins, Oconee County, Sr.
LB - Ereon Teasley, Elbert County, Sr.
LB - Shaq Huff, Elbert County, Jr.
LB - Cody Parr, East Jackson, Jr.
LB - Nathan Elrod, East Jackson, Jr.
DL - Quin Williams, Morgan County, So.
DL - Zack Howe, Morgan County, Sr.
DL - Trey Teasley, Hart County, Sr.
DL - Mason Williams, Jackson County, Jr.
DL - Joseph Randolph, Jefferson, Sr.
DL - Dontae Wilson, Jefferson, Jr.
DL - Deshon Lester, Jefferson, Sr.
DL - Daviis Harper, Elbert County, Sr.
DL - Gavin Adcock, Oconee County, Jr.
 
4-A
Coach of the year: Mike Swaney, Marion County
Player of the year: Lorenzo Smothers, Marion County
Offensive player of the year: Tre Sudberry, Pacelli
Defensive player of the year: Austin Brannon, Marion County
Two-way player of the year: Prather Hudson, Brookstone
 
First-team offense
QB - Gunnar Watson, Taylor County, So.
RB - Mykelle Kelley, Marion County, Jr.
RB - Lyn-J Dixon, Taylor County, So.
RB - Stevie Rhodes, Dooly County, Jr.
WR - Dre Bowman, Pacelli, Sr.
WR - Renault Griffin, Greenville, Sr.
WR - Drew Smith, Taylor County, Sr.
TE - Matt Dennis, Marion County, Sr.
OL - Ralph Leary, Brookstone, Sr.
OL - Jamal Burnette, Greenville, Sr.
OL - Jantavious Levya, Dooly County, Sr.
OL - Colby Folds, Hawkinsville, Sr.
OL - Cory Tanner, Schley County, Sr.
OL - Hunter O'Neal, Marion County, Sr.
PK - Tyler Brown, Hawkinsville, Sr.
 
First-team defense
DL - Josh Long, Brookstone, Jr.
DL - Tyquan Matthews, Greenville, Sr.
DL - Antonneous Clayton, Dooly County, Sr.
DL - Kadarrius Hartage, Marion County, Jr.
DL - Cameron Cox, Marion County, Sr.
LB - D'Andre Dashiell, Brookstone, Sr.
LB - Derius Ford, Greenville, Sr.
LB - John Clayton, Dooly County, Jr.
LB - Ben Davis, Pacelli, Sr.
LB - Matthew Money, Hawkinsville, Jr.
DB - Maurice Carter, Marion County, Sr.
DB - Kabron Ellison, Marion County, Jr.
DB - Michael Marble, Pacelli, Sr.
DB - Tyrus Davis, Hawkinsville, Sr.
P - Johnny Jacobs, Pacelli, Jr.
 
Second-team offense
QB - Quentez Battle, Marion County, So.
RB - Sam Nolen, Brookstone, Sr.
RB - Kevanta Mathis, Greenville, Sr.
RB - Shemar Brooks, Hawkinsville, Sr.
WR - Quntavis Clark, Marion County, Sr.
WR - Levi Privett, Taylor County, Sr.
WR - Ricket Carter, Pacelli, Sr.
TE - Glen Pilcher, Schley County, Sr.
OL - Claude Copeland, Greenville, Sr.
OL - Marquavis Coleman, Dooly County, Sr.
OL - Tahj Morrel, Dooly County, Sr.
OL - Lonnie Taylor, Marion County, Sr.
OL - Ryan Graves, Pacelli, Sr.
OL - Trent Clark, Taylor County, Sr.
TE - Kody Morrison, Hawkinsville, Sr.
PK - Juan Gonzalez, Dooly County, Jr.
 
Second-team defense
DL - Jordan Tillman, Marion County, Jr.
DL - Culver Norred, Brookstone, Sr.
DL - Kenny Oliver, Dooly County, Sr.
DL - Ashon Hayes, Taylor County, Jr.
DL - Wade Rogers, Schley County, So.
LB - Walker Cottrell, Brookstone, Jr.
LB - Rotavious Billings, Dooly County, Jr.
LB - Tanner Hall, Pacelli, Jr.
LB - Mark Simmons, Hawkinsville, Sr.
LB - Hayden Gray, Marion County, Jr.
DB - Dre Lawson, Dooly County, Sr.
DB - Trevor Robichaux, Pacelli, Sr.
DB - Richard Swift, Brookstone, Sr.
DB - Quandarious Ford, Greenville, Sr.
P - Joel Barley, Marion County, Sr.

 

 

 


 

 

 

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Top-scoring teams
Colquitt County broke its own state record for points in highest classification this season with 700. Colquitt had set the previous record in 2014. Here are the most points scored in a GHSA season.
 
737 - Washington County 2014
707 - Buford 2013
700 - Colquitt County 2015
687 - Colquitt County 2014
682 - Dublin 2006
681 - Buford 2007
680 - Gainesville 2012
671 - Buford 2014
669 - Benedictine 2014
668 - Washington County 2013
666 - Burke County 2011
662 - Camden County 2011
660 - Sandy Creek 2012
657 - Calhoun 2011
657 - Carrollton 2013
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