Courtesy of Elisa Herring

The Score 44 is a fluid list that aims to honor the best forty-four seniors in Georgia high school football on a week-to-week basis. These players are some of the most highly-recruited players in the state as well as some of the best players that may not get to play at the next level. The list changes gears though as from now on it will only honor players whose teams made the playoffs. As long as a player’s team qualified for the playoffs, he is eligible, but if he failed to punch his playoff dance card, he will be omitted from the list. The players are also not in any particular order. After the season, we will put the players in order in the Score Final 50.

Two quarterbacks made the move into the Score 44 playoff edition after outstanding performances not just last week but all year long. Willis accounted for three scores in Marist’s win over Gilmer, and War Eagles’ head coach Alan Chadwick calls Willis probably the fastest player he has coached in 28 years with the program. Meanwhile, Segraves is back on the list after several weeks away thanks to his recent resurgence. Segraves tied the school record with 354 passing yards against McEachern in the first round one week after rushing for 164 and throwing for another 160 in a victory over Camden County.

IN: Myles Willis, Marist (Atlanta), QB; Cole Segraves, Colquitt County (Moultrie), QB

OUT: Octavious Jackson, Colquitt County (Moultrie), OT; Joshua Outlaw, ML King (Lithonia), OT

Carlos Burse, Alpharetta (Alpharetta), WR

Kamani Thomas, East Paulding (Dallas), RB

Brandon Kublanow, Walton (Marietta), OL

Tray Matthews, Newnan (Newnan), S

Alvin Kamara, Norcross (Norcross), RB

Keyante Green, ELCA (McDonough), RB

Reginald Carter, South Gwinnett (Snellville), LB

Tiquan Lang, Lowndes (Valdosta), CB

Donnie Miles, North Gwinnett (Suwanee), RB/DB

Tyren Jones, Walton (Marietta), RB

Kelsey Griffin, Mill Creek (Hoschton), DT

Eddie Printz, Lassiter (Marietta), QB

Brice Ramsey, Camden County (Kingsland), QB

Robert Knemdiche, Grayson (Loganville), DE

Josh Mercer, South Effingham (Guyton), RB

Taylor Lamb, Calhoun (Calhoun), QB

Kyrin Priester, Brookwood (Snellville), WR

Wayne Gallman, Grayson (Loganville), RB

Bobby Hill, Colquitt County (Moultrie), WR

Arshad “A.J.” Jackson, Lovejoy (Lovejoy), TE

Chris Jordan, Thomson (Thomson), RB

Joshua Dobbs, Alpharetta (Alpharetta), QB

Myles Willis, Marist (Atlanta), QB

Brendan Douglas, Aquinas (Augusta), RB/FB

Devondre Seymour North Gwinnett (Suwanee), OL

A.J. Erdely, West Forsyth (Cumming), QB

Keshun Hill, Northside-Warner Robins (Warner Robins), WR

Cole Segraves, Colquitt County (Moultrie), QB

JJ Green, Camden County (Kingsland), WR

Makail Grace, Wilcox County (Rochelle), QB/CB

Anthony Jennings, Marietta (Marietta), QB

Cameron Sutton, Jonesboro (Jonesboro), ATH

Shaq Wiggins, Sandy Creek (Tyrone), CB

Peyton Barber, Milton (Alpharetta), RB

Demarcus Robinson, Peach County (Fort Valley), WR

Travis Custis, Lovejoy (Lovejoy), RB

Juwaan Williams, Tucker (Tucker), QB

Carl Lawson, Milton (Alpharetta), DE

Montravious Adams, Dooly County (Vienna), DT

Alejandro Bennifield, Lovejoy (Hampton), QB

Chaz Thornton, Stephens County (Toccoa), RB

Jalen Myrick, Savannah Christian (Savannah), ATH

Brendan Langley, Kell (Marietta) DB

Vonn Bell, Ridgeland (Rossville), S