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State Leaderboard Update: 14 locals leading the way

The latest leaderboard published weekly by Georgia High School Football Daily features 5 quarterbacks, 3 running backs, and 6 wide receivers. The 14 locals on the leaderboard matches last week as the high for this season in the last four releases of the list.

The highest-ranking individual is Union’s Pierson Allison, who leads the state in passing yards, while Gunner Stockton (Rabun) sits just behind him at 6TH. Union has 4 representatives, while Rabun and Habersham both have 3. White has 2, Dawson and Stephens both have 1.

PASSING

State Leader: Pierson Allison (Union County), 1,880 yds

Pierson Allison (Union Co SR QB)

1,880 yds (1st)

Times featured as a state leader this season – 4th
Last or best ranking – 1st

Gunner Stockton (Rabun Co SO QB)

1,611 yds (6th)

Times featured as a state leader this season – 4th
Last ranking – 10th

J Ben Haynes (White Co JR QB)

1,306 yds (16th)

Times featured as a state leader this season – 3rd
Last ranking – 16th

Ryte Woodruff (Habersham Central SR QB)

1,064 yds (46th)

Times featured as a state leader this season – 4th
Last ranking – 23rd

Zach Holtzclaw (Dawson Co SO QB)

977 yds (60th)

Times featured as a state leader this season – 2nd
Last ranking – 56th

Others within striking distance: The minimum to be on the state leaderboard was 900 yards.

RUSHING

State Leader: Jahmyr Gibbs (Dalton), 1,690 yds

Jonah Daniel (Union Co JR RB)

870 yds (11th)

Times featured as a state leader this season – 4th
Last or best ranking – 6th

Hudson Spurlock (Stephens Co SR RB)

770 yds (17th)

Times featured as a state leader this season – 4th
Last or best ranking – 4th

Jackson Clouatre (Habersham Central SR RB)

654 yds (52nd)

Times featured as a state leader this season – 2nd
Last ranking – 46th

Others within striking distance: The minimum to be on the state leaderboard was 600 yards. White’s JBen Haynes (564 yds), Rabun’s Gunner Stockton (559 yds; previously on leaderboard twice, as high as 45th), Dawson’s Shawn Thomas (473 yds), Commerce’s Samuel Roach (424 yds), Rabun’s Brody Jarrard (360 yds), and Jefferson’s Malaki Starks (354 yds) are all in the conversation here.

RECEIVING

State Leader: Daejon Reynolds (Central Gwinnett), 844 yds

Sawyer Drake (Union Co SR WR)

634 yds (12th)

Times featured as a state leader this season – 3rd
Last ranking – 20th

Kyle Morlock (Union Co SR WR)

534 yds (24th)

Times featured as a state leader this season – 4th
Last ranking – 14th

Braxton Hicks (Rabun Co SR WR)

500 yds (28th)

Times featured as a state leader this season – 4th
Last ranking – 36th

Joshua Pickett (Habersham Central JR WR)

440 yds (44th)

Times featured as a state leader this season – 4th
Last or best ranking – 23rd

Cooper Turner (White Co JR WR)

438 yds (47th)

Times featured as a state leader this season – 3rd
Last ranking – 25th

Sam Adams (Rabun Co SR WR)

388 yds (66th)

Times featured as a state leader this season – 2nd
Last ranking – 62nd

Others within striking distance: The minimum to be on the state leaderboard was 375 yards. Dawson’s Dakohta Sonnichsen (371 yds), White’s Jesse Thomas (329 yds), Union’s Mason McCombs (288 yds), Habersham’s Grayson Taylor (273 yds), Rabun’s Sutton Jones (256 yds), and Stephens’ Gamarion Carter (241 yds, previously on leaderboard once as high as 66th), are all in the conversation here.

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