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Make That Kid An Offer Nominees: Week of November 22
GPB Sports is looking for Georgia high school football players who are having a great season and career but who may need a little help getting noticed by recruiters. If you, or someone you know, doesn’t have an offer or may just be looking for a bigger offer, tell us your story. Send the details on what you've done over your career, along with your video highlights to GPBSports@gpb.org. If you’re selected we may feature you on our Recruiting 2021 Show Fridays at 7 pm on GPB.
Here are our nominees this week.
Clay Walters, Paulding County, K, SR
Walters is a 5’9 160 LBS kicker at Paulding County High School. He is currently 100 % on field goals at 11/11. Walters has a game long of 43 yards with practice of 50 plus, PATS of 23/24, and a punt average of 40 yards plus. He just started kicking this year, after several seasons as goalkeeper in club soccer and three seasons on his high school varsity soccer team. Walters is said to be extremely coachable and looking to learn. Off the field, he has a 3.8 GPA and scored a 1120 on the SAT.
Carson Kent, Cambridge, TE/WR, SR
Kent is a 6’4 215 LBS tight end and wide receiver at Cambridge High School. His statistics on the year are: four touchdowns, 14 catches, 260 receiving yards, averaging 18.5 yards per catch. Kent currently has no offers, but has gone on visits to Georgia State, Georgia Southern, Kennesaw State, and Austin Peay State.
Qui’Sean Mills, Discovery, CB, SR
Mills is 5’9 170 LBS cornerback at Discovery High School. He finished the season with 20 tackles, 14 solo, seven PBU’s, two strip fumbles, and two fumble recoveries, one for an 18-yard return and one for a 70-yard return. Off the field, he maintains a 3.6 GPA and scored a 1120 on the SAT.
Taylen Crosby, Appling County, ATH, SR
Crosby is a 5’9 190 LBS athlete at Appling County High School. He has played football all four years of his high school career and has been a starter since his freshman season. Crosby plays both sides of the ball. Defensively he has played safety, defensive back, and linebacker. Offensively he has played H-Back, quarterback, and wide receiver. He had 12 carries for 324 yards and seven solo tackles on defense against an undefeated Cherokee Bluff's team this past Friday to advance the Pirates to third round of the AAA State Playoffs. Crosby is a multi-sport athlete, playing basketball and running track. Off the field, he has a 3.0 GPA, is an active member in church and a member of the choir. Crosby hasn't had any offers yet.
Amarion Scott, Johnson, LB, JR
Scott is a 5’11 200 LBS linebacker at Johnson High School. Although he is a late bloomer, he has had some great performances in his last couple of games. Johnson showed potential in the Liberty County game, where he rushed nine times for 92 yards with a TD. He had his breakout game against region rival Windsor Forest where he rushed 17 times for 164 yards and had two touchdowns. Johnson followed that up with two strong back-to-back performances against Savannah High School where he rushed for 159 yards and had a TD on eight carries, and Beach High School where he rushed for 177 yards and had three TDs on 17 carries.
Danny Cheley, Metter, CB/ RB, SR
Cheley is a 5’10 175 LBS cornerback and running back at Metter High School. He has been playing football since he was six years old and hopes to play in the NFL one day. Cheley has been a starter since he was a freshman and was named All-Region “Player of the Year” for his accomplishments on the field. Off the field, he is known as a humble, smart, and respectable kid around his community.
Axel Iotov, Duluth, K/ P, SR
Iotov is a 6’1 185 LBS kicker and punter at Duluth High School. He just started playing football this year but has been playing soccer his whole life. Iotov has a 3.8 GPA with an 1130 SAT. Outside of school, he spends his time playing sports and doing homework. He says that when it comes to football there is a lot for him to learn and a lot to improve on, but he is willing to put in the work.
Kamryn Perry, Marietta, WR, SR
Kam had a spectacular game in the Blue Devils 38-21 second round loss at Milton on last week's GPB's Football Fridays In Georgia game of the week. Perry had 7 catches for 148 yards and scored on TD passes of 65 and 29 yards from QB and Southern commit Tyler Hughes. Perry finished the season with a phenomenal 65 receptions for 1152 yards and 19 touchdowns and he did that in just 12 games! Despite those amazing stats, the 5-9, 175-pound Perry has just one offer and that’s from Morehouse who just recently stepped up to the plate. So, congratulations to the Maroon Tigers but let's give Kam some options and Make That Kid Another Offer!
Ellis Reed, Marietta, LB, SR
The 6-0, 210 LBS linebacker kind of gets lost in the shadow of 4-star LB Daniel Martin and senior MLB Carlos Cervantes but Reed has had a great season and Coach Richard Morgan says someone should make him an offer. Reed was all over the field in our Football Friday In Georgia Game of the Week. He had an incredible 19 tackles against the high-powered Eagles offense. Reed recorded 134 tackles this season with 100 solo stops, 8 TFL and 4 QB sacks, averaging over 11 tackles per game. Despite those gaudy numbers, Reed does not have an offer!