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. DM us on social media or email your details on what you've done over your career, along with your video highlights to If you’re selected we may feature you on our Football Fridays in Georgia Halftime Show Fridays at 7:30 pm on GPB.

Here are our nominees for the week of October 30, 2023.


Bryant 'BJ' Foster, Sumter County, OL/DL, SR

Bryant Foster is a 6'3 270 LBS lineman at Sumter County High School who's described as the 2nd strongest player on the team. The senior was recently named the first Piccha Man Player of the Week after the Panthers' game against Fitzgerald. He has a 3.5 GPA. His hobbies include working out, traveling, playing video games, basketball, and football. In his free time, he enjoys being with his family members and friends.

 Twitter/X: @BryantFoster24

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Russell Hunley, Monroe Area, WR/SS, SR

Russell Hunley is a 6'0 185 LBS Senior Wide Receiver and Strong Safety at Monroe Area High School. Hunley was out the first half of the year due to an injury but that didn't slow his momentum as he returned to the field. In his game against Hebron Christian, he earned player of the game accolades after finishing the night with 10 tackles and an interception. In last week's game against Franklin, he had four catches for 150 yards and one TD. At the safety position, he has completed over 200 tackles in his career. Described as an extremely hard worker, Hunley runs a 4.5 40-yard dash, and that speed has paid off on the field, where he's notched four career interceptions and one touchdown.

Hunley is also on the baseball team, has a 3.0 GPA, and enjoys spending time with family in his free time.

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Jehden Robinson, Newton, OLB/SS, SR

Jehden Robinson is a 6'0 215 LBS Senior Outside Linebacker and Strong Safety at Newton High School. He's accumulated a total of 89.5 tackles on the season with 12 tackles for loss and one interception. During his game against Newton on GPB, not only was Robinson named Homecoming King but he showed up on the field with some big tackles. Outside of playing football, he's in the Beta Club and National Honor Society with a 3.8 GPA. He hopes to receive a bigger offer!

Twitter/X: @jehdenco2024

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Sam Hensley, Calvary Day, OT/G, JR

Sam Hensley is a 6'3 280 LBS Offensive Left Tackle and Guard at Calvary Day School. The junior starter says an unforgettable athletic highlight he's experienced this year was being honored among the five starting lineman who collectively earned the Savannah Quarterback Club’s Offensive Player of the Week earlier this month. This honor was a first in the club’s 77-year history where they recognized an entire offensive line rather than an individual. The five Cavaliers allowed zero sacks in the 42/21 win over one of the toughest defensive lines in the state, the Savannah Christian Raiders.

When not on the field, Hensley is in the gym with his trainer, David Coleman of Alvin’s Gym. Coleman, a former national-level competitor in bodybuilding, has been a significant mentor for him, both physically and mentally.  

Hensley has taken advantage of many of the travel opportunities that Calvary Day has to offer. Last January, he was able to participate in a mission’s trip to Jacksonville and is looking forward to an opportunity to travel to Greece this coming January. A member of Trinity United Methodist Church, he is a faithful early-morning volunteer for the church’s annual Christmas Breakfast for the Homeless and is a designated “mover” for the church’s sponsored refugee families. He has a 3.3 GPA.

Twitter/X: @seventyone_sam

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Josiah Cotterell, Jasper County, WR/FS, SR

Josiah Cotterell is a 5'11 180 LBS Wide Receiver and Free Safety at Jasper County. Considered the Hurricanes return man, the senior has 33 tackles, two interceptions and five touchdowns. Some of his best stats from the season include a 76-yard touchdown reception and an 87-yard kick return touchdown. Cotterell also runs track for the Canes, where he runs a 22.35 200m. He has a 3.2 GPA, and currently has one offer from Kentucky State but is looking to gain bigger offers as the season ends.

Twitter/X: @JosiahCotterell


Roman Douthit, Lakeside, ATH, SR

Roman Douthit is a 5'10 150 BS Senior Athlete at Lakeside. The three-year starter and co-captain did not play football his freshman year due to COVID which has limited his exposure. Despite missing his freshman year, Douthit is a 2022 GA Elite Classic Invitee, Born to Compete All-American and Power 15 invitee. He primarily plays corner but can play at other positions such as wide receiver and safety. His corner stats include: two interceptions, six pass break ups, two forced fumbles and 20 tackles. As a wide receiver, he has 25 receptions for 400 yards and two touchdowns. Douthit is also on the track team where he runs the 100m, 200m, 4x1 and 4x2.

Academically, he has a 3.3 GPA, while balancing three AP classes. When he has free time, he likes to play video games, and spend time with his friends and family.

Twitter/X: @RomanDouthit

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Myles Abernathy, Peachtree Ridge, WR, SR

Myles Abernathy is a 6'4 190 LBS Senior Wide Receiver at Peachtree Ridge High School. Abernathy had a dynamic game against Norcross on GPB, where he showed why he's deserving of his 2nd Team All-Region accolades. In the weight room, he benches 245 and squats 450.

Academically, he carries a 3.3 GPA.

Twitter/X: @That_Boy_Myles

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Robert Early, Jonesboro, OL, SR

Robert Early is a 6’3 250 LBS Offensive Lineman at Jonesboro High School. One of his coaches says he is quiet in person but shows a different motor on the field. The senior is said to be very coachable and eager to learn and perform at his best. His lineman coach says the sky is the limit for Early, he describes him as athletic, physical and smart - three things that every o-line coach wants out of their linemen and he has all three.

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Twitter/X: @robert2timez