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Team Georgia 2017 – WR Breakdown

Team Georgia 2017 – WR Breakdown

As we are approaching the 2017 Florida-Georgia Future Stars Game, we will take a look and break down the position groups each week for Team Georgia. This game has seen a tremendous amount of top notch talent at all position groups and this year should be no different.

This time we will look at Team Georgia wide receivers.

6th Grade
The Georgia 6th grade receivers are defined as a group as solid route running possession receivers and two solid tight ends. The receivers as a group are all similar in size and ability as the coaches will see which ones step up once practice starts. The coaches will definitely need one of these guys to step up and the speedy Jamal Bing of Stockbridge is one possible candidate. John Hopson of Albany and Patrick Cromer of Rome are two slot guys that could be the one.  As a group, Jace Arnold(Douglasville), Darrell Bland(Eatonton), and Cayden Trotter(Acworth) round out the corp.  The strength may be in the tight ends with the hard working Bo Tallevast of Savannah and Cortez West of Columbus.

7th Grade
This is another extremely talented position for the 7th graders. They are led by last years offensive MVP of the game Denylon Morrissette. At 6-1 with speed and amazing hands, De is a star in the making as he proved by his 3 TD performance in last years game.  Joining him is a talented group led by big time play maker Randall Dixon of Columbus, the consistent and super savvy 6 footer, Andre Stewart of Smryna and the super talented Justus Joseph of Fayetteville that walked away with the Fayette camp MVP.  This group has many options and lots of talent with others in the 6-3 Daniel Martin of Buford, Jonquis Hardaway of Columbus, Tahj Sanders of Moultrie, Marcus Allen of Marietta and Cade Roberts of Roswell.  The receivers are very tall as a group with speed to burn. Throw in the big Tyrus Washington from Leesburg at tight end and this position can cause serious problems for Team Florida.  As a group, these 7th graders are bigger and faster than both 8th grade groups in this years game.

8th Grade
The 8th grade wide receivers are a talented group that is sure to produce at the game.  They are led by 3 time FSG participant Jamal Haynes of Lawrenceville.  Haynes is the lightening quick receiver that always finds a way to make plays in the return game and is impossible to tackle in the open field. The group is very solid with Austin Eldred of Marietta, the perfect route runner in Jayson Gilliom of Alpharetta, talented Demarcus Griffin of Macon, and the lengthy and talented ones in Mesiah Jones of Marietta, Marquis Killebrew of Lawrenceville, Kwame Lasiter of Pooler, and Edward Smith of Douglasville.  But a potential star emerging could be the talented, athletic and big tight end in Dylan Johnson of Atlanta.

The wide receivers should provide lots of entertainment for the fans on game day.

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