THE BEST OF GEORGIA Power 100
01 Lorenzo Carter DE 6-5 230 Norcross
Georgia has become the premier state for elite defensive linemen and Carter is no exception to the rule. The Norcross product already has the tools to be an elite pass rusher at
the collegiate level and he continues to improve in his ability to defend against the run. As
Carter continues to develop physically he will be a force in football.
02 Deshaun Watson QB 6-3 200 Gainesville
Here’s a player that just gets better each time he’s in the spotlight. Watson could be classified as a dual-threat quarterback with a passer’s mentality or a pro-style QB with athletic.
Either way he’s one of the best prospects in the nation at the most important position on
03 Elisha Shaw DT 6-4 295 Tucker
A hulking defensive line prospect that also has strong interior pass-rushing skills. The
recruiting battle for this prospect will be one of the fiercest in the region.
04 Bryson Allen-Williams LB 6-2 215 Cedar Grove
A rangy, physical linebacker that will not hesitate to give his opponents a bone-crushing hit,
Allen-Williams has a bright future in the game.
05 Adam Choice RB 5-8 196 Thomas County Central
Choice could also be classified as an “athlete” since he plays a little quarterback but his
ability to burst in between the tackles just screams running back at the next level.
06 Raekwon McMillan LB 6-2 235 Liberty County
McMillan is a monster in between the tackles and plays even bigger than his weight suggests. He is a player with tremendous physical tools.
07 D. J. Smith CB 6-0 180 Walton
A great athlete that brings a physical presence to the position. Smith is one of the best zone
cornerbacks in the nation.
08 Demarre Kitt WR 6-0 195 Sandy Creek
While Kitt isn’t a burner he’s so skilled and does everything well from catching the football
to running routes to blocking downfield.
09 Dante Sawyer DE 6-3 250 North Gwinnett
Sawyer knows how to find the football and could be equally productive as a defensive end
or an outside linebacker in a 3-4 scheme.
10 Kalvaraz Bessent CB 6-1 185 Camden County
Bessent is a versatile cornerback that has the attributes to play safety and could shift over
to that position from time to time.
11 Nick Chubb RB 5-11 215 Cedartown
Chubb is a tough, durable, every down running back that can get the tough yards in between the tackles and occasionally pop a big play.
12 Dontavious Russell DT 6-3 300 Carrollton,
Russell is a big-body defender that can really mix things up at nose guard and control
things on the inside.
13 Nick Glass S 6-2 200 Peachtree Ridge
Glass is a physically advanced prospect that might not make the flash plays but makes all
the right plays.
14Myles Autry ATH 5-9 175 Norcross
Autry doesn’t do any one thing that makes you say ‘wow’ but he’s solid across the board
and a fun player to watch.
15 Wesley Green CB 5-11 175 MLK
Green is another versatile corner that will contribute in multiple areas on the field as he
continues to physically develop.
16 Stephen Collier QB 6-4 210 Lee County
A quarterback that has the running ability to compliment his strengths as a passer. He is
efficient in all areas of the position.
17 Malkom Parrish ATH 5-19 186 Brooks County
Parrish is a home-run threat every time he touches the ball and he knows it. Might not be
the biggest player on the field but Parrish plays with confidence.
18 Cortez McDowell S 6-1 200 Locust Grove
A big-time physical presence at safety that isn’t afraid to move up to the line of scrimmage
and get his nose dirty. McDowell sets the tone for his defense.
19 Korie Rogers LB 6-1 215 Buford
Rogers is all about production and consistently. He doesn’t make many mistakes on the
20 Nick Ruffin S 6-1 180 St. Pius X
Ruffin’s athleticism will give him several options in college but if he sticks to defensive back
he could be a special one.
21 Andrew Williams DE 6-4 230 Eagle’s Landing Christian
Williams is great at finding the ball and has shown the ability to be an elite-level pass
22 Shakenneth Williams WR 6-2 185 Rutland
Williams is a tall receiver with a long stride and great hands. He can get up and get those
50/50 balls as well.
23 Tyler Harris QB 6-3 215 Pierce County
Harris is equipped with one of the biggest live arms in the nation. He can make all the
24 Kevin Mouhon LB 6-2 220 Norcross
Mouhon is naturally a better fit for middle linebacker and is working to get the size to go
along with his productivity.
25 Milan Richard TE 6-2 238 Calvary Day
Richard is an explosive receiver that has the tools to develop into an all-around presence
at tight end.
26 Josiah Coatney DE 6-5 265 Chapel Hill
Coatney is versatile enough to play along the strong-side edge or move to the middle and
rush the passer at defensive tackle.
27 Kendell Baker OT 6-6 275 Marist School
Baker has the tools to play on either side of the ball but his frame makes us believe he’ll
grow into being an offensive tackle.
28 Kendarius Webster CB 6-0 185 Stockbridge
Webster’s talent and versatility are still a little underappreciated but he could be the best
of a loaded group of defensive backs by the end of the season.
29 Caleb Samuel OT 6-5 260 North Cobb
Samuel already shows flashes of brilliance on the line and will continue to get better as he
grows into his frame.
30 Stanley Williams RB 5-8 George Walton
A solid utility player that will find a permanent home as a return specialist.
31 Emmanuel Beal WR 6-1 200 Hillgrove
Beal has the size and breakaway speed to make several big plays in the passing game.