Gwinnett Scores
Gwinnett Scores
Gwinnett Scores

2015 GGR Award Winners

Player of the Year Jamyest Williams, Archer c/o 2017 In the recruiting world, players are ranked by the number of stars with a 5 star rating being the highest. Williams had the type of year where he legitimately can be ranked as a 5 star RB and 5 star DB. On the offensive side of the ball, he rushed for 1,339 yards and 23 touchdowns. Defensively, he didn’t display the best hospitality to opposing WRs on “Jamyest Island” making them non-existent on the field with 10 pass breakups and 2 INTs (1 pick six) to go along with 31 tackles.

QB of the Year Davis Mills, GAC c/o 2017 Coming off a superb sophomore season Mills displayed all the ideal skills for a Quarterback in 2015. Davis led Gwinnett in total offense and TD’s with 3,382 yards and 39 TD’s. The Pro Style QB showed his athlecism and elusiveness rushing for 561 yards and 14 TD’s. Can’t wait to see the numbers he puts up in 2016.

RB of the Year Cameryn Brent, Grayson c/0 2016 Cameryn Brent led the county in rushing yards (1,501), and yards per game (115.5). He had a total of 27 TD’s. Cameryn has been a workhorse for the Rams over the years. He’s rushed for over 1,000 yards in his sophomore and junior season. Grayson has a history of talented running backs and Cameryn Brent did a great job in upholding the standards of the program and has raised the bar for all those to follow.

LB of the Year Breon Dixon, Peachtree Ridge c/0 2017 Breon Dixon was the most outstanding player on a loaded Peachtree Ridge team in 2015. He was a big part in turning their season around with a big win over McEachern. Dixon showed he has the ability to play LB or Safety on the next level. Breon totaled 44 tackles, 16.5 tfl, 9 sacks, 4 interceptions, 2 pick six’s, 2 fumble recoveries, and one safety.

Newcomer of the Year Malik Washington, DB Parkview c/o 2019 Free Safety Malik Washington started for the Panthers from the 1st day he stepped foot on Parkview’s campus. Malik is beyond his years when it comes to football instinct. He tallied 52 tackles, 3 interceptions, and he returned a punt for a TD. It’s crazy that he still has 3 more years of high school football left to go.

DB of the Year Kishawn Miller, Mill Creek c/o 2016 In a county that is talent heavy with DBs, Miller shined the brightest. The shutdown corner has an explosive year tallying 49 tackles, 14 pass breakups, and 6 INTs in which 3 were taken back for touchdowns. He displayed an amazing ability to neutralize opposing WRs as if he was an additional piece of their uniform. The college that lands Miller will not have to worry about his side of the field!

WR of the Year Major Bellamy, Central Gwinnett c/0 2016 Major Bellamy has been one of the most exciting wide receivers in Gwinnett the last couple of seasons. He led the county with 1,315 yards receiving and 16 TD’s. Bellamy also gained 238 yards on 9 kickoff returns.

DL of the Year Derrick Brown, Lanier c/o 2016 For the second year in a row Brown displayed his game changing skills recording over 100 tackles 42 of which were for losses. The 300lb DT freakish burst off the ball and great use of hands makes him almost impossible to scheme against. With official visits already to Mississippi State and Alabama, Brown has Tennessee, Auburn, and UGA on his schools to visit in January.

OL of the Year EJ Price, Archer  c/o 2016 After transferring across town Price proved the hype of one of the most elite OL in the country. Standing at 6’6 311lb EJ displayed his savage ability at both guard and tackle in 2015, pumbling the opposition every opportunity he got. He has already taken official visits to Michigan State and USC. His last 3 official visits will be to LSU, Auburn, and Georgia in January.

Specialist of the Year Brenton King, Mill Creek c/o 2017 King led the county in field goals and PAT’s made. He also broke the school record for longest field goal made (52 yds). Brenton also nailed the game winning field goal in OT to capture the Hawks 1st ever region championship.

Athlete of the Year Aramis Bryant, CB/WR Archer c/o 2016 Aramis Bryant made a huge impact on both sides of the ball for the Tigers which has earned him the 2015 GGR Athlete of the year award. Defensively Bryant recorded 26 tackles and 4 interceptions on one of the best secondaries in the State. Offensively Bryant was very impressive. He hauled in 605 yards on 26 receptions and 8 Td’s. When you crunch the numbers that’s over 23 yards per catch and he scored on roughly one out of every three catches which is off the charts!

 

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