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Today, we look at two of the Signing Day Frenzy top 25 players. Follow along until Signing Day (Feb. 5) as we profile some of the top players in the state. Also, check out the link below which will send you to the Signing Day database we are building, which is a list of the football signees in the state. 

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Signing Day Frenzy Top 25
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Nick Chubb
Nate Brown
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1. Nick Chubb


2. Lorenzo Carter


3. Nick Ruffin


4. Bryson Allen-Williams


5. Dante Sawyer


6. Cortez McDowell


7. Korie Rogers


8. Wesley Green


9. Mike Rogers


10. Orlando Brown


11. Detric Dukes


12. Nate Brown


13. Andrew Williams


14. Kendarius Webster


15. Allen Artis


16. Demarquis Gates


17. Kevin Mouhon


18. Elisha Shaw


19. Treyvon Paulk


20. Myles Autry


21. Taariq Shabazz


22. Kendall Baker


23. C.J. Leggett


24. Grant Haley


25. Evan Berry


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Friday, January 24, 2014


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Georgia is one of the premier football hotbeds in the country and we are providing all the information needed to completely cover the Peach State's incredible talent with a list of every signee in the state. In our coverage you will find a statistical breakdown by the county and high school of each athlete, as well as their future college destination and current commitment or signee status. Recruiters come back to Georgia each year because of the countless stars that have gone to college and been successful. By providing a thorough analysis of this year's signees and by doing so for future recruiting classes, Georgia High School football will continue to get the recognition and spotlight it deserves.






by Stephen Black
Cedartown star, rushing leader, headed to UGA


Schools around the country were upset when Cedartown running back Nick Chubb committed to Georgia on June 11. You see most schools wanted the 5-11, 218-pound super prospect, who led the state in rushing this year with 2,690 yards and 41 touchdowns, to sign with them. But he is about as solid as it gets to UGA. 


Chubb is ranked among the top backs in the nation in the class of 2014. He combination of power, quickness and strength is something college coaches dream about. While his breakaway speed is not something scouts are raving about, neither was Todd Gurley's at this stage of his career. Like Gurley and fellow rising junior Keith Marshall, Chubb is the perfect complement to fellow Bulldogs pledge Sony Michel, who is known as a "homerun threat" at tailback. 


While many recruits waffle this time of year, it is good news for Georgia fans that Chubb seems to be solidly committed to Mark Richt. 


"Next year, I'll be playing at the University of Georgia," said Chubb at his commitment ceremony in June. "Mostly, when I go to Georgia, I feel very comfortable," he said."I love the coaching staff and what they were telling me. They have very good running backs there where I can learn from them and compete for a spot. Hopefully I can learn some things and get better."


While the Bulldogs gain a star in Chubb, Georgia high school football will watch one of its best running backs ever walk off into the college game next year.  

by Craig Sager II
North Gwinnett WR headed to Mizzou


It took a couple of games into his record-breaking senior season for top programs to finally start pursuing the talented 6-foot-3, 210-pound receiver. In the season

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opener at the Metro PCS Corky Kell Classic, Nate Brown caught four passes for 75 yards and two touchdowns as the Bulldogs stomped Camden County 34-14. Brown was matched up with the Wildcats' talented secondary, which includes Auburn-commit Kalvaraz Bessent and Alabama-commit Chris Williams. Two weeks later in the region opener, North Gwinnett faced Norcross, and Brown had his best game of the season with 10 catches for 172 yards and four touchdowns. Four days later, Brown was committed to Missouri and became the hottest receiving prospect in the state. 


North Gwinnett sparked miraculous comebacks throughout the season and needed a big game from Brown in its region matchup with Mill Creek. Brown hauled in eight catches for 146 yards and tallied his second four-touchdown performance of the season as the Bulldogs rallied for a 50-47 win. North Gwinnett's passing attack was clicking on all cylinders and Brown was the primary target. At the collegiate level, Brown will fit right into Missouri's offensive scheme with his tremendous size, physicality and ability to catch the deep ball. Brown has the frame, strength and hands to be a go-to receiver in college and he could see the field right away this upcoming season. During the last few months, UGA and many other schools have been trying to convince Brown to change his mind but it looks like they will have to spend time trying to stop him from finding the endzone instead.




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