GPB Sports is looking for Georgia high school football players who are having a great season and career but may need a little help getting noticed by recruiters.
Take a look at this week's nominees.
Check out this week's nominees.
GPB Sports is looking for Georgia high school football players who are having a great season and career but may need a little help getting noticed by recruiters. Here is a look at this week's nominees.
From first-time champs to unexpected performances, the 2022 season was a very good year.
Three schools won their first state championships over the weekend and five others added to their legacies.
Mill Creek sets a record for most points in a championship game in winning its first state title.
No, 1 Ware County completed an undefeated season and won its first state championship by defeating two-time champion Warner Robins.
Sandy Creek scores late to stun defending champion Cedar Grove and win first title since 2013.
Hughes completed an unbeaten season by beating Gainesville to win its first state championship.
Benedictine's goal-line stand helps Cadets defend their state championship.
Thomson upends defending champion Fitzgerald for school's sixth state title.
No. 1-ranked Prince Avenue Christian outlasted Swainsboro to win its second title.
T.J. Harvison and Robert McNeal lead Bowdon to its first state championship since 1992.
SE Bulloch repeats as champion, while Lithia Springs and Blessed Trinity take their first titles.
Four legendary state-championship coaches reflect on what it was like when they hoisted the trophy.
Here is a look at the top prospects who will be playing in this week's GHSA state football championships.
High-powered offenses are showcased when Carrollton meets Mill Creek for all the marbles.
Two undefeated teams will decide the state title when Hughes and Gainesville collide.
Warner Robins goes for its third straight state title, but faces a huge hurdle in No. 1-ranked Ware County,