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This weekend's Elite Junior showcases in Macon and Savannah were a hit and current freshmen class of 2018 thru current juniors class of 2016 can sign up for our remaining four locations. We also would like to congratulate Elite Junior 8th Grade All-star Dominick Blaylock on receiving his first scholarship offer over the weekend to the University of South Carolina.

  You can also find the latest lacrosse rankings and the AJC 2014-15 All-state boys basketball teams below.


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What high school will 8th grade star wide receiver Dominick Blaylock attend next year?

Today's answer can be found in the newsletter!

Thursday's Answer:
Andrew Wiggins is the former No. 1 NBA pick that shares the same alma mater as Wheeler's first round opponent, Huntington Prep (WV).






1. Johns Creek
2. Centennial
3. Lambert
4. Roswell
5. Pope
6. Mill Creek
7. Lassiter
8. Northview
9. Harrison
10. North Gwinnett

1. Westminster
2. Lovett
3. Allatoona
4. Cambridge
5. McIntosh
6. Wesleyan
7. Greater Atlanta Christian
8. Benedictine
9. St. Pius
10. Marist





1. Milton
2. Lassiter
3. Walton
4. Mill Creek
5. Chattahoochee
6. Northview
7. Pope
8. Harrison
9. North Gwinnett
10. Lambert

1. Cambridge
2. Westminster
3. Kell
4. Blessed Trinity
5. St. Pius
6. Creekview
7. Lakeside-Evans
8. McIntosh
9. River Ridge
10. Wesleyan

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Monday, March 30, 2015


Centennial boys take No. 2 in AAAAAA with win over No. 3 Lambert

In Class AAAAAA, Centennial swapped Lambert for No. 2 after a 13-10 victory on Saturday.
Photo by Craig Sager II
 Roswell looks strong at No. 4 after routing Milton 21-4 and blanking North Cobb 13-0 over the weekend. Northview dropped consecutive games to Centennial and Mill Creek and fell two spots to No. 8. Mill Creek made the biggest leap to No. 6 from its previous No. 9 ranking and North Gwinnett returned to the rankings at No. 10. The Starr's Mill boys were replaced by Marist at No. 10 in the A-AAAAA rankings.

The Walton girls improved to No. 3 and sent Mill Creek to No. 4 in Class AAAAAA. Lambert lost its second straight one-goal game (14-13 to Northview and 16-15 to Harrison) and fell from No. 7 to No. 10. 


By Craig Sager II

South Carolina offers 8th Grade Elite Junior All-Star Dominick Blaylock


Elite Junior Classic 8th Grade All-Star Dominick Blaylock received his first scholarship offer this weekend during a visit to South Carolina. Blaylock is the younger brother of Daron and Zack Blaylock, the All-State twins that led Walton to the state finals in 2011 and now play for Kentucky. Blaylock, a sure-handed, playmaking wide receiver, starred in December's Elite Junior Classic 8th Grade All-Star game at McEachern High School and finished with a game-high 107 yards off six receptions and was named the Offensive MVP.


Blaylock is the son of former Atlanta Hawk Mookie Blaylock and is now raised by his mother Janelle Woods (an all-state selection in basketball, track and volleyball during her high school career in Fort Morgan, Colorado) and his stepfather John Woods, a former University of Tennessee at Chattanooga lineman. Woods has a strong baseball background that has helped Blaylock hone his wide range talents on the diamond and just recently purchased the Chattanooga Lookouts, a Double-A affiliate of the Minnesota Twins.


Blaylock's young baseball career has also seen him standout athletically. In 2013, he won the "fastest man" competition in Cooperstown, N.Y., after running the 70-foot bases in 12.5 seconds. He also won the competition at age 10 and is the only two-time champion. That achievement resulted in the middle schooler's cleats now being displayed in the Cooperstown Youth Hall of Fame. That same year, Blaylock's skills on Walton's 7th grade football team began to show and he included a four-touchdown performance in the Raiders' playoff win over John's Creek. Blalock is a Class of 2019 Elite 101 member and is also a former Eastbay Youth All-American.


AJC All-State basketball teams announced


All-classification player of the year: Jaylen Brown, Wheeler


Player of the year: Jaylen Brown, Wheeler
Coach of the year: Doug Lipscomb, Wheeler

Photo by Ty Freeman
First team
G Bryce Brown, Tucker, 6-3, Sr.
F Jaylen Brown, Wheeler, 6-7, Sr.
G Ty Hudson, Pebblebrook, 6-2, Sr.
F/G Joshua Okogie, Shiloh, 6-4, Jr.
F Marcus Sheffield, Chattahoochee, 6-5, Sr.

Second team
F Devontae Cacok, Alpharetta 6-6, Sr.
F Chris Lewis, Milton, 6-8, Jr.
F Ricky Madison, Norcross, 6-7, Sr.
C Derek Ogbeide, Pebblebrook, 6-9, Sr.
G Collin Sexton, Hillgrove, 5-11, So.


Honorable mention: Aaron Augustin, Peachtree Ridge; Kareem Brewton, Shiloh; Kameron Calhoun, North Gwinnett; Jared Harper, Pebblebrook; Chase Hutchins, Pope; Kyire Hogan, Osborne; Tyrie Jackson, Tift County; Chuma Okeke, Hughes; Shembari Phillips, Wheeler; Kevon Tucker, Dacula.

Player of the year: Roger Davis, Brunswick
Coach of the year: Chris Turner, Brunswick

First team
G Kamar Baldwin, Apalachee, 6-0, Jr.
F Roger Davis, Brunswick, 6-6, Sr.
G Alterique Gilbert, Miller Grove, 6-0, Jr.
G Jordan Lyons, McIntosh, 5-11, Jr.
F D'Andre Mahaffey, Cedar Shoals, 6-5, Sr.

Second team
G Rodney Brown, Allatoona, 6-4, Sr.
G Marquez Callaway, Warner Robins, 6-2, Jr.
F Kevon Harris, M.L. King, 6-6, Sr.
G Rico Smith, LaGrange, 5-8, Jr.
F Philip Whittington, Northside-Columbus, 6-7, Sr.


Honorable mention: Andre Banton, Luella; Ronald Bell, North Atlanta; Darrin Clark, Northside-Warner Robins; Tyrell Johnson, Stephenson; Tyree Paulk, Coffee; Kohl Roberts, Riverwood; Jordan Usher, Sequoyah; D'Marcus Simonds, Gainesville; Maleek Taylor, Drew; Lamont West, Miller Grove.

Player of the year: M.J. Walker, Jonesboro
Coach of the year: Dan Criswell, Carrollton

First team
G Ty Cockfield, Johnson-Gainesville, 6-1, Sr.
G Tyree Crump, Bainbridge, 6-3, Jr.
F Tracy Hector, Jonesboro, 6-4, Sr.
C/F Montae Glenn, Carrollton, 6-8, Sr.
F M.J. Walker, Jonesboro, 6-4, So.

Second team
G Tre Hansbrough, Buford, 6-3, Sr.
G Elias Harden, Sandy Creek, 6-5, So.
C Anfernee McLemore, Worth County, 6-8, Jr.
G Davion Mitchell, Liberty County, 5-10, So.
G Avi Toomer, Grady, 6-2, Jr.


Honorable mention: Rodney Chatman, Lithonia; Austin Donaldson, Jonesboro; Maciah Henry, Columbia; Chris Jones, Stone Mountain; Andre Kennedy, Westover; Kerney Lane, St. Pius; Richard LeCounte, Liberty County; Stacy Masten, Cairo; K.J. Smith, Perry; DeAngelo Wilcher, West Laurens

Player of the year: Tookie Brown, Morgan County
Coach of the year: Bakari Bryant, Jenkins

First team
G/F Malik Benlevi, Jenkins, 6-6, Sr.
F JaShawn Brooks, Laney, 6-3, Sr.
G Tookie Brown, Morgan County, Sr.
F Kyvon Davenport, East Hall, 6-7, Sr.
G Tylik Evans, Rutland, 5-7, Sr.

Second team
G Don Coleman, Butler, 6-0, Sr.
F Jacara Cross, Cedar Grove, 6-6, Jr.
G Drue Drinnon, East Jackson, 6-1, Fr.
G Dre Martin, Callaway, 5-10, Jr.
G Kaelan Riley, Calhoun, 6-3, Jr.


Honorable mention: Will Benson, Westminster; Devontae Dean, South Atlanta; Jailyn Ingram, Morgan County; Zep Jasper, Laney; Eric Johnson, Jenkins; Antwan Maxwell, Johnson-Savannah; Avery Mitchell, Peach County; Reginald Scurry, North Clayton; Austin Venable, Banks County; Darius Williams, Josey

Player of the year: Jordan Harris, Seminole County
Coach of the year: Kevin Godwin, Seminole County

First team
F Wendell Carter, Pace Academy, 6-10, So.
G/F Jordan Harris, Seminole County, 6-4, Jr.
G/F William Jarrell, Crawford County, 6-4, Jr.
F Tre Scott, McIntosh County Academy, 6-7, Sr.
G Reggie Reid, Harlem, 5-11, Sr.

Second team
C Demarcus Addie, Manchester, 6-2, Sr.
F Garrett Covington, Greater Atlanta Christian, 6-4, Jr.
G Elijah Holifield, Pace Academy, 6-3, Sr.
C Marcal Knolton, Crawford County, 6-5, So.
F V.J. Saxton, Model, 6-4, Sr.


Honorable mention: Sam Asbury, Holy Innocents'; Jordan Black, Vidalia; Trey Christopher, Greene County; Austin DiNofrio, Rabun County; Austin Hulin, Oglethorpe County; Santez Kinder, Northeast-Macon; Anfernee King, Seminole County; Da'Korey Somerville, Swainsboro; Jordan Willis, Thomasville

Player of the year: Malik Beasley, St. Francis

Coach of the year: Ron Link, Athens Christian

First team
F Malik Beasley, St. Francis, 6-5, Sr.
G William Jackson, Athens Christian, 6-4, Sr.
G Kobi Jordan-Simmons, St. Francis, 6-5, Jr.
G Justin Ravenel, Greenforest Christian, 6-5, Sr.
G Quenten Taylor, Calhoun County, 5-11, Sr.

Second team
C/F Robert Baker Jr., Walker, 6-9, Jr.
G Quintez Cephus, Stratford Academy, 6-2, Jr.
F Kaiser Gates, St. Francis, 6-8, Sr.
G Jamal McKee, Greenville, 6-3, Sr.
G Cornelius Taylor, Claxton, 6-0, Sr.

Honorable mention:
Courtney Alexander, Whitefield Academy; De'Aundrae Ballard, Southwest Atlanta Christian; San Antonio Brinson, Aquinas; Will Crumly, North Cobb Christian; Laparis Hall, Dooly County; John Ogwuche, Greenforest Christian; Jackson Schultz, Landmark Christian; Torrico Simmons, Wilkinson County; Lorenzo Smothers, Marion County; Tamarrion Terry, Turner County





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