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10 WELCOME TO THE SIXTH ANNUAL FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL GEORGIA
30 THAT’S THE NUMBER OF former Georgia high school players taken in April’s NFL draft. It was the most ever,
up from 17 last year and 20 in 2013 (the
Texas didn’t have as many. Neither did
California. Both of those talent-ridiculous
states had 27 picks this time around, with
Florida, the only state ahead of Georgia,
leading the pack with 39 selections.
Scanning the list of Georgia boys and
where they came from provides the same, ole
remarkable fact — the talent is everywhere,
big city to small town, traditional powerhouse
contenders to upstart hungry climbers.
C.J. Uzomah, the former North Gwinnett
star on the cover of FNF Georgia in 2010,
was a fifth rounder.
Grady Jarrett was featured in 2011. The
former Lovejoy defensive linemen was in a
story about the recruiting process and working hard to gain proper attention. He went
from under the radar recruit to bonafide star
at Clemson. He, too, was drafted in the fifth
round, 20 picks ahead of Uzomah.
Suffice to say, no matter where you’re at
on a Friday night this fall in Georgia, there’s
a good chance you’ll see a handful of future
college players. And the percentages are
growing in your favor to see a future pro, too.
– Fletcher Page
The latest high school
football news and notes
around the state
Ranking the top players in
each class, as well as the top
TOP 100 SENIORS
TOP 25 TEAMS
A deeper look at some of the
biggest stories heading into
the 2015 season
THE STATE’S BEST
YOU ARE WHAT YOU
10 BURNING QUESTIONS
The FNF Georgia high
school preview section
features 453 teams
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