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POY WatchPresented By The Touchdown Club Of Atlanta 
Fitzgerald FB has two 200-yard games
1J.D. King, a junior fullback from Fitzgerald, is unofficially the state's leading rusher after two games, and it's no huge surprise.
 
King rushed for 1,559 yards last season and averaged 152.5 yards in Fitzgerald's four playoff games. He has topped 200 yards in each of his first two games in 2015.
 
King has good speed. He was the Region 1-AA champion in the 200 meters and runner-up in the 100 and was the third leg of the state runner-up 4x100 relay team. He had a 10-foot-8 broad jump at Dawg Night this summer.
 
"He's really an explosive, physical runner," Fitzgerald coach Jason Strickland said. "He's also a great student, one of the best character kids I have been around."
 
King and Mount Paran Christian RB Taylor Trammell are the newest members of the POY Watch, which is still headed by Lanier's Derrick Brown, the state's No. 1 college prospect.
 
1. DT Derrick Brown, Lanier: Brown resumes his season Friday against Clarke Central. In an Aug. 24 opener, he had six tackles for losses, two sacks, five QB hurries and a recovered fumble in a 17-7 victory over Lambert. Brown is the consensus No. 9 recruit in the country.
 
Up arrow2. LB Tre Lamar, Roswell: Lamar had 12 tackles, five for losses, in a 52-0 victory over Chattahoochee. Lamar has 23 tackles, nine behind the line of scrimmage, and three sacks in his first two games. Lamar is the first AJC Super 11 player in Roswell history. He is rated the No. 8 inside linebacker prospect nationally by 247Sports' composite rankings.
 
Up arrow3. QB Jake Fromm, Houston County: Fromm was 18-of-27 passing for 362 yards and three touchdowns in Houston County's opening 41-13 victory over Veterans. In 2014, Fromm passed for 3,629 yards and 31 touchdowns and was the Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAAA offensive player of the year. He is rated the consensus No. 8 pro-style quarterback prospect nationally among juniors.
 
4. QB Trevor Lawrence, Cartersville: Lawrence was 16-of-23 passing for 206 yards and four touchdowns in barely more than a half of a 41-0 victory over Cass in Cartersville's opener. In 2014, Lawrence passed for 3,042 yards and 26 touchdowns for a Class AAAA semifinal team. Lawrence is rated by 247Sports as the No. 1 quarterback prospect in the country among sophomores.
 
5. QB Bailey Hockman, McEachern: Hockman, whose team did not play last week, was 5-for-12 passing for 101 yards and a touchdown in a 50-14 victory over Tucker in the opener. McEachern faces Class AAAA No. 1 Buford at home this week. Buford has won 42 consecutive games. In 2014, Hockman passed for 3,551 yards and 42 touchdowns while leading his team to the Class AAAAAA semifinals. He is rated the No. 2 pro-style quarterback nationally among juniors. Hockman is committed to Georgia.
 
Up arrow6. QB Mecole Hardman, Elbert County: Hardman rushed for 112 yards and one touchdown on 16 carries and was 7-of-15 passing for 115 yards and two touchdowns in a season-opening 40-14 victory over Cedar Shoals. Hardman rushed for 2,655 yards the past two seasons in just 16 games. Hardman is the No. 1-rated athlete recruit in the nation, according to 247Sports' composite rankings.
 
Up arrow7. FB J.D. King, Fitzgerald: King rushed for 217 yards and two touchdowns on 28 carries in a 29-7 victory over Heard County. King rushed for 239 yards in the opener, a 48-27 victory over Worth County. His 456 rushing yards in two games are believed to be the most in the state. King rushed for 1,559 yards last season. He has an offer from Georgia Southern.
 
Up arrow8. RB Taylor Trammell, Mount Paran Christian: Trammell rushed for 175 yards on 20 carries and scored touchdowns on runs of 53, 1 and 42 yards in a 35-0 victory over Whitefield Academy. Trammell also scored on a 34-yard pass from Matthew Norton. In Mount Paran's opener, Trammell rushed for 212 yards on 33 carries and scored his fifth touchdown on a 20-yard run with 30 seconds left in the 42-35 victory. Trammell also intercepted a pass and had 85 return yards. His nine touchdowns are believed to be the most in the state. Trammell is committed to Georgia Tech as a baseball outfielder.
 
9. RB/DB Jamyest Williams, Archer: Williams rushed for 80 yards and a touchdown on 25 carries in a 26-10 victory over Peachtree Ridge. On the season, Williams has rushed for 258 yards and six touchdowns on 41 carries while also playing prominently in Archer's secondary. Projected as a cornerback or wide receiver in college, Williams is rated the No. 4 prospect in the state among juniors by 247Sports, which rates him No. 1 nationally among athletes and No. 39 overall.
 
10. RB Elijah Holyfield, Woodward Academy: Holyfield sat out Friday's opener against Decatur because of what is believed to be a minor injury. In 2014, Holyfield rushed for 1,753 yards and scored 31 touchdowns for a Class AAAA semifinal team. Holyfield is rated the consensus No. 5 running back prospect nationally.
 
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Composite Rankings
Here's a look at Georgia's teams ranked on a consensus of six polls (AJC - Atlanta Journal-Constitution/GHSF Daily; GS - Georgia Sports Writers Association; GPB - Georgia Public Broadcasting; SA - Score Atlanta; Max - Maxwell Ratings; and MP - MaxPreps):

 

Class AAAAAA
AJC
GS
GPB
SA
Max
MP
Total
1. Archer (2-0)
1
1
1
1
4
2
56
2. Colquitt County (2-0)
3
2
2
2
1
1
55
3. McEachern (1-0)
2
3
3
3
2
3
50
4. Grayson (1-0)
4
4
4
4
3
4
43
5. Roswell (2-0)
5
5
5
6
 
 
23
6. Etowah (2-0)
7
6
6
7
 
9
20
7. Mill Creek (2-0)
8
7
10
5
7
 
18
8. Lee County (2-0)
6
8
8
8
 
8
17
9. Norcross (2-0)
 
9
9
9
6
 
11
10. Dacula (1-0)
9
 
 
 
8
7
9
11. Camden County (2-0)
10
 
 
 
 
5
7
12. North Gwinnett (1-1)
 
 
 
 
5
 
6
13. Walton (2-0)
 
 
 
 
 
6
5
14. Newton (1-0)
 
 
7
 
 
 
4
15T. Lassiter (2-0)
 
10
 
10
 
 
2
15T. Valdosta (1-1)
 
 
 
 
9
 
2
17T. Peachtree Ridge (0-2)
 
 
 
 
 
10
1
17T. Tucker (1-1)
 
 
 
 
10
 
1
Class AAAAA
AJC
GS
GPB
SA
Max
MP
Total
1. Northside, W. Robins (1-0)
1
1
1
6
1
5
51
2. Houston County (1-0)
2
2
2
1
 
2
46
3T. Ware County (2-0)
6
3
5
2
3
3
44
3T. Stockbridge (2-0)
3
4
4
4
6
1
44
5. Mays (2-0)
5
6
3
5
5
7
35
6. Jones County (1-0)
4
5
7.5
3
 
4
31.5
7. Creekside (2-0)
9
 
6
7
2
6
25
8. Coffee (2-0)
7
 
9
9
4
 
15
9. Glynn Academy (2-0)
8
8
7.5
10
 
 
10.5
10. Lanier (1-0)
 
7
 
8
 
10
8
11. Kell (1-1)
 
10
10
 
9
8
7
12. East Paulding (2-0)
 
9
 
 
7
 
6
13. Gainesville (0-1)
 
 
 
 
8
 
3
14. Alexander (1-0)
 
 
 
 
 
9
2
15T. Carver, Columbus (2-0)
10
 
 
 
 
 
1
15T. Allatoona (1-1)
 
 
 
 
10
 
1
Class AAAA
AJC
GS
GPB
SA
Max
MP
Total
1. Buford (2-0)
1
1
1
1
1
1
60
2. Cartersville (1-0)
2
3
2
3
5
2
49
3. Woodward Academy (1-0)
3
2
3
6
7
4
41
4. St. Pius (0-1)
7
7
6
4
4
3
35
5. Griffin (1-0)
4
4
7
5
6
 
29
6. Marist (0-1)
6
10
 
2
3
6
28
7. West Laurens (2-0)
5
6
4.5
9
 
5
25.5
8. Sandy Creek (1-1)
 
8
 
7
2
 
16
9. Mary Persons (1-0)
8
 
4.5
 
10
9
12.5
10. Jonesboro (2-0)
 
5
9
10
 
10
10
11. Thomson (2-0)
9
 
10
8
 
 
6
12T. Cairo (0-0)
 
9
 
 
 
8
5
12T. Burke County (2-0)
 
 
8
 
9
 
5
14. Stephens County (1-0)
 
 
 
 
 
7
4
15. Whitewater (0-1)
 
 
 
 
8
 
3
16. Bainbridge (1-0)
10
 
 
 
 
 
1
Class AAA
AJC
GS
GPB
SA
Max
MP
Total
1. Calhoun (1-0)
1
1
1
2
1
1
59
2. Blessed Trinity (1-0)
2
2
4
1
2
2
53
3. Westminster (1-0)
3
3
2.5
4
4
6
43.5
4. Elbert County (1-0)
4
5
2.5
3
8
3
40.5
5. Jefferson (2-0)
5
4
5
5
5
5
37
6. Cedar Grove (1-1)
6
8
9
6
6
4
27
7. Hart County (1-0)
7
6
6
 
7
 
18
8. Pierce County (1-0)
8
7
8
8
 
8
16
9. Washington County (0-1)
10
9.5
 
10
3
 
11.5
10. Peach County (0-1)
9
 
 
 
10
7
7
11. Central (Carrollton) (1-0)
 
9.5
10
 
9
9
6.5
12T. West Hall (1-0)
 
 
 
7
 
 
4
12T. Oconee County (1-0)
 
 
7
 
 
 
4
14. Dodge County (2-0)
 
 
 
9
 
10
3
Class AA
AJC
GS
GPB
SA
Max
MP
Total
1. Benedictine (1-0)
1
1
1
1
1
1
60
2. GAC (1-1)
3
3
2
3
2
2
51
3. Fitzgerald (2-0)
2
2
3
4
3
3
49
4. Pace Academy (2-0)
5
5
4
2
6
4
40
5. Macon County (1-0)
4
4
5
6
 
7
29
6. Vidalia (1-1)
7
8
8
9
4
5
25
7. Darlington (2-0)
10
9
6
8
 
6
16
8. Wesleyan (2-0)
 
6
 
5
 
8
14
9. Screven County (1-0)
 
7
7
7
 
10
13
10. Lovett (0-2)
8
 
 
 
5
 
9
11. Lamar County (1-1)
6
10
 
 
10
 
7
12. Rabun County (1-1)
9
 
9
10
 
 
5
13. Thomasville (0-1)
 
 
 
 
7
 
4
14. Brooks County (0-2)
 
 
 
 
8
 
3
15T. Heard County (0-1)
 
 
 
 
 
9
2
16T. Dublin (2-0)
 
 
 
 
9
 
2
17. Model (2-0)
 
 
10
 
 
 
1
Class A
AJC
GS
GPB
SA
Max
MP
Total
1. Mt. Paran Christian (2-0)
4
1
2.5
1
2
1
54.5
2. ELCA (1-1)
1
3
6
4
1
2
49
3. Marion County (1-0)
2
2
2.5
3
3
7
46.5
4. Prince Ave. Christian (1-0)
3
5
1
2
4
10
41
5. Calvary Day (1-0)
8
4
5
5
5
3
36
6. Charlton County (1-0)
7
6
4
6
8
5
30
7. Landmark Christian (2-0)
5
7
8
7
7
6
26
8. Irwin County (1-0-1)
6
8.5
9
 
9
8
14.5
9T. Hawkinsville (0-1)
 
 
 
 
 
4
7
9T. Clinch County (2-0)
 
 
 
 
6
9
7
11. Commerce (1-0)
10
8.5
10
9
 
 
6.5
12. Dooly County (1-0)
 
 
7
 
10
 
5
13T. Aquinas (1-1)
9
10
 
 
 
 
3
13T. Stratford Academy (1-0)
 
 
 
8
 
 
3
15. Pacelli (1-0)
 
 
 
10
 
 
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Four Questions Presented By GHS Scoreboard Show
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GHSF Daily asked Georgia head coaches to answer these four questions. We'll report from a different head coach each day.
 
Korey Mobbs, Lanier
1. What is the most memorable game you've been a part of as a player or coach? "State championship game 1997, my junior year at Parkview. Unbelievable atmosphere. We played Tift County. The neatest part was that it was at home. We were fortunate enough to win. I think we threw the ball three times." [Parkview won 21-7 for the Class AAAA title.]
 
2. Which high school coach would you want your son to play for, and why? "Billy Wells, former head coach at Collins Hill and Lanier, current athletic director at North Hall High School. I have a 3-year-old son, so we are a ways away from playing, but the thing I respect the most about Billy Wells was his consistency and determination to give every single team member a positive high school football playing experience while teaching life lessons that players can take with them far beyond the game itself."
 
3. What is your favorite saying/motto? "Show class, have pride, and display character. If you do, winning takes care of itself." - Bear Bryant
 
4. Which GHSA policy or high school football rule would you most like to see changed? "I would like for us to create some sort of consistency in how the play clock is officiated. A school gets used to their regular-season crew, and come playoff time a new crew may have totally different mechanics about setting the ball for play. The teams should be able to dictate the pace of the game and not the crew officiating."
 
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Region Standings: Class AAAA
Region 1-AAAA
Division A
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week*
Monroe
0-0
2-0
d. Terrell Co. 33-14
Does not play
Cairo
0-0
0-0
vs. Thomasville, canceled
vs. Bainbridge
Albany
0-0
0-1
l. to Mitchell Co. 20-6
at Terrell Co.
Crisp County
0-0
0-1
l. to Lee Co. 42-0
at Colquitt Co.
Thomas Co. Central
0-0
0-1
l. to Valdosta 59-35
vs. Riverdale
Division B
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Bainbridge
0-0
1-0
d. Early Co. 42-13
at Cairo
Dougherty
0-0
1-0
d. Calhoun Co. 53-6
at Randolph-Clay
Westover
0-0
0-1
Did not play
vs. Jonesboro (M)
Worth County
0-0
0-1
Did not play
vs. Lee Co.
Americus-Sumter
0-0
0-2
l. to Macon Co. 48-33
vs. Shaw
 
Region 2-AAAA
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Howard
0-0
2-0
d. First Presb. 38-17
vs. Central, Macon (ED)
West Laurens
0-0
2-0
d. Vidalia 30-6
at Bleckley Co.
Baldwin
0-0
1-0
d. Hancock Central 12-0
vs. Alcovy
Mary Persons
0-0
1-0
d. Jackson 28-21
vs. Washington Co.
Upson-Lee
0-0
0-0
Did not play
vs. Pike Co.
Perry
0-0
0-1
Did not play
at Peach Co.
Veterans
0-0
0-1
l. to Houston Co. 41-13
vs. Macon Co.
 
Region 3-AAAA
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Burke County
0-0
2-0
d. Jefferson Co. 24-22
at Griffin (GM)
Thomson
0-0
2-0
d. Washington Co. 49-42
Does not play
Liberty County
0-0
1-1
d. Bradwell Institute 34-6
vs. McIntosh Co. Acad.
Wayne County
0-0
1-1
d. Appling Co. 33-9
vs. Statesboro
Windsor Forest
0-0
0-1
l. to Beach 39-16
vs. Savannah (Thu., SM)
New Hampstead
 
1-1
d. Rdge.-Hard., SC 21-18
vs. Groves (P)
 
Region 4-AAAA
Division A
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Eagle's Landing
0-0
1-0
d. Union Grove 39-21
at Southwest (H)
Eastside
0-0
1-0
d. Alcovy 41-0
vs. Madison Co.
Locust Grove
0-0
1-0
d. Ola 37-20
at Union Grove
Walnut Grove
0-0
1-0
d. Monticello 20-15
vs. Monroe Area
Hampton
0-0
0-1
l. to Ware Co. 37-8
at Sandy Creek
Henry County
0-0
0-2
l. to Griffin 36-12
Does not play
Division B
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Jonesboro
1-0
2-0
d. Sandy Creek 17-15
at Westover (M)
Griffin
0-0
1-0
d. Henry Co. 36-12
vs. Burke Co. (GM)
Riverdale
0-0
1-0
d. North Clayton 25-22
at Thomas Co. Central
Spalding
0-0
1-0
d. Forest Park 45-7
at LaGrange (Thu., C)
Pike County
0-0
0-1
l. to Lamar Co. 30-8
at Upson-Lee
Mt. Zion (Jonesboro)
0-1
1-1
d. Morrow 27-8
Does not play
 
Region 5-AAAA
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Woodward Academy
0-0
1-0
d. Decatur 34-7
at St. Pius
Sandy Creek
0-0
1-1
l. to Jonesboro 17-15
vs. Hampton
Troup
0-0
0-1
l. to LaGrange
vs. Northgate (C)
Whitewater
0-0
0-1
l. to Starr's Mill 21-7
vs. Banneker
Carrollton
0-0
0-2
l. to Newnan 34-13
vs. Calhoun
Fayette County
0-0
0-2
l. to Drew 46-21
at Starr's Mill
 
Region 6-AAAA
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Redan
0-0
2-0
d. McNair 43-0
Does not play
Chamblee
0-0
1-0
d. Druid Hills 19-12
vs. Dunwoody (ND)
Grady
0-0
1-0
Did not play
vs. Carver, Atlanta (G)
Lithonia
0-0
1-0
d. Clarkston 54-6
vs. Towers (AV)
Marist
0-0
0-1
l. to Co. Creek, Fl. 41-21
at Lovett
St. Pius
0-0
0-1
l. to Blessed Trinity 17-6
vs. Woodward Academy
Stone Mountain
0-0
0-1
l. to Campbell 38-8
at Tucker (HS)
Arabia Mountain
0-0
0-2
l. to East Coweta 35-28
Does not play
Columbia
0-0
0-2
l. to SW DeKalb 12-6
Does not play
Cross Keys
 
0-1
l. to N. Cobb Christ. 53-0
at Douglass (L)
 
Region 7-AAAA
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Cartersville
0-0
1-0
d. Cass 41-0
vs. North Cobb
Gilmer
0-0
1-0
d. Fannin Co. 29-26
vs. Dawson Co.
LaFayette
0-0
1-0
d. Gordon Central 37-0
vs. Gordon Lee
Northwest Whitfield
0-0
1-0
Did not play
at Cedartown
Pickens
0-0
1-0
d. White Co. 13-6
at East Hall
Southeast Whitfield
0-0
1-1
l. to Murray Co. 35-21
at Gordon Central
Heritage (Ringgold)
0-0
0-1
l. to Ringgold 36-34
vs. Lakeview-Ft. Ogle.
Ridgeland
0-0
0-2
l. to Chattooga 21-13
Does not play
 
Region 8-AAAA
Team
Reg.
All
Last week
This week
Buford
0-0
2-0
d. Berkmar 77-0
at McEachern
Stephens County
0-0
1-0
d. Franklin Co. 34-7
at Elbert Co.
North Hall
0-0
0-0
Did not play
at Jefferson
Chestatee
0-0
0-1
l. to Flow. Branch 34-10
vs. West Hall
Monroe Area
0-0
0-1
l. to Loganville 27-6
at Walnut Grove
White County
0-0
0-1
l. to Pickens 13-6
vs. Jackson Co.
Madison County
0-0
0-2
l. to Jackson Co. 48-23
at Eastside
North Oconee
0-0
0-2
l. to GAC 55-21
Does not play
Johnson (Gaines.)
 
1-1
l. to West Hall 35-9
at Banks Co.
 
Note: All scores are courtesy of the Georgia High School Football Historians Association, Georgia Public Broadcasting and other media outlets. If a score is not accurate, it was reported incorrectly.
 
*All of this week's games are Friday unless noted.
Stadium key: AV - Avondale; C - Callaway; ED - Ed DeFore Sports Complex; G - Grady; GM - Griffin Memorial; H - Henderson; HS - Hallford; L - Lakewood; M - Mills; ND - North DeKalb; P - Pooler Recreation Center; SM - Savannah Memorial

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

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Beating the champs
Lassiter has opened the 2015 season with victories over reigning region champions Hillgrove (4-AAAAAA) and Kell (7-AAAAA). That's a remarkable feat, but not as rare as one might think. Below are the 26 teams that have beaten defending Georgia region champions in their first two games. Two of them (2013 Coffee and 2014 Westminster) went on to beat a third straight defending region champion. Lassiter has one more defending region champion on its schedule. That would be Milton of 5-AAAAAA on Sept. 11.
 
2015 Lassiter
Hillgrove, Kell
2014 Milton
Alpharetta, Norcross
2014 Westminster
Lovett, Laney, Elbert County
2013 Coffee
Whitewater, Ware County, Burke County
2012 West Forsyth
Gainesville, Flowery Branch
2007 Baldwin
Washington Co., Jefferson Co.
2006 Douglass
Grady, Westlake
2004 North Gwinnett
South Gwinnett, Chattahoochee
2002 Dublin
Jones Co., Washington Co.
2002 Early County
Miller County, Cairo
1998 Early County
Thomasville, Miller County
1997 Darlington
Mount Zion, Lovett
1997 Heard County
Bremen, Bowdon
1996 Elbert County
Hart County, Wash.-Wilkes
1994 Washington-Wilkes
Lincoln County, Thomson
1985 Crisp County
Worth County, Dooly County
1984 Clarke Central
Fulton, Tift County
1983 Clarke Central
Griffin, Warner Robins
1982 Roswell
Buford, Collins
1980 Cairo
Americus, Mitchell County
1979 Camden County
Ware County, Charlton County
1974 Gordon
East Rome, Woodward Acad.
1969 Gainesville
St. Pius, Athens
1961 Washington-Wilkes
Lincolnton, Jenkins County
1958 Albany
Benedictine, Columbus
1955 Putnam County
Sparta, Hawkinsville
 
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