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Courtesy of Rob Saye

Colquitt County's Jackson Declares Choice

Colquitt County's Octavius Jackson pledged to Florida Friday over offers from Kentucky, Marshall, UCF, USF and Vanderbilt. The 6-foot-4, 285-pound offensive tackle prospect told ESPN.com "The deciding factor was my...

August 6, 2012
Courtesy of Donna Miller

Watson, Gainesville Look To Take Next Step

The Gainesville Red Elephants finished last season 12-2 and were knocked out of the Class AAA state semifinals by Burke County. Entering 2012, the Red Elephants are looking to build off of last year's success as they...

August 3, 2012
Courtesy of Tri-Cities High School

Tri-Cities Creates Labor Day Football Event

Tri-Cities head coach Kenneth Miller is establishing a new football tradition in East Point this season. The inaugural Tri-Cities Labor Day Classic will kickoff Sept. 1 and will showcase a pair of incredible matchups. "...

August 3, 2012
Courtesy of Don Redmond

New Region Brings Hope For Northview

Northview has been a hard-luck program the past few years, being the smallest school in Class AAAAA. But all that changes this year as larger schools move into the new Class AAAAAA, while the Titans remain in the...

August 2, 2012
Courtesy of Jon Barash

Kell Standout Pledges To South Carolina

Kell's Brendan Langley surprisingly committed to South Carolina Wednesday. In a press release, Langley praised the beauty of the state, the "control" Steve Spurrier has over the program and the school for being "an SEC...

August 2, 2012
Courtesy of Sonny Kennedy

New Season Offers New Hope For Some Teams

The Roswell Hornets are just six years removed from a state title, but the Hornets went winless in 2011. They are one of many teams that carry a double-digit losing streak into the 2012 season. Teams across the state...

August 1, 2012
Courtesy of Elisa Herring

Roswell Football Looks To Rebound In 2012

Last year was a rough year for the Roswell Hornets. Just five years after winning a share of the Class AAAAA state title, the Hornets went 0-10 under first-year coach Justin Sanderson. The Hornets were close to notching...

August 1, 2012
Courtesy of Robert Frisch

Houston County A Prep Football Goldmine

In continuation of our special look inside the top high school football counties in Georgia, we head down to Houston County to find a goldmine of talent and history. Houston County, Northside-Warner Robins, Perry,...

July 31, 2012
Courtesy of Milton High School

Recruits Choose Between Georgia, Florida

The Georgia Bulldogs and Florida Gators went head to head over the weekend for a pair of Peach State products with the Gators winning one battle and the Bulldogs claiming the other pledge. Georgia earned the commitment...

July 31, 2012
Courtesy of Lakeside-DeKalb

Lakeside-DeKalb Set For Fresh Approach

The past screams success for Lakeside-DeKalb football. The Vikings captured three state titles in 1970, 1972 and 1991. Since those glory days, the Vikings have been trapped in transition, including three coaches in the...

July 30, 2012

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