Leaderboard features three local athletes cracking the top-10 in yardage

The latest leaderboard published weekly by Georgia High School Football Daily features 5 quarterbacks, 3 running backs, and 5 wide receivers. The 13 local players is down from 14 last week, which was the high mark on 5 occasions this season.

The highest-ranking individual is Rabun’s Gunner Stockton, who is 6TH in the state in passing, and leads Class 2A. Pierson Allison (Union) sits just behind him at 7TH. Union and Habersham both have 3 representatives, while White, Rabun, and Dawson have 2 each. Stephens has 1.

PASSING

State Leader: Skylar Adams (Central Gwinnett), 2,861 yds

Gunner Stockton (Rabun Co SO QB)

2,650 yds (6th)

Times featured as a state leader this season – 9th
Last or best ranking – 6th

Pierson Allison (Union Co SR QB)

2,567 yds (7th)

Times featured as a state leader this season – 9th
Last or best ranking – 1st

J Ben Haynes (White Co JR QB)

2,148 yds (20th)

Times featured as a state leader this season – 8th
Last or best ranking – 16th

Zach Holtzclaw (Dawson Co SO QB)

2,098 yds (24th)

Times featured as a state leader this season – 6th
Last or best ranking – 24th

Ryte Woodruff (Habersham Central SR QB)

1,797 yds (48th)

Times featured as a state leader this season – 9th
Last or best ranking – 23rd

Others within striking distance: The minimum to be on the state leaderboard was 1,600 yards. No others were close

RUSHING

State Leader: Jahmyr Gibbs (Dalton), 2,358 yds

Jonah Daniel (Union Co JR RB)

1,375 yds (26th)

Times featured as a state leader this season – 9th
Last or best ranking – 6th

Hudson Spurlock (Stephens Co SR RB)

1,250 yds (45th)

Times featured as a state leader this season – 9th
Last or best ranking – 4th

Jackson Clouatre (Habersham JR RB)

1,099 yds (66th)

Times featured as a state leader this season – 6th
Last or best ranking – 46th

Others within striking distance: The minimum to be on the state leaderboard was 1,000 yards. White’s JBen Haynes (981 yds), Rabun’s Gunner Stockton (827 yds; previously on leaderboard twice, as high as 45th), Jefferson’s Colby Clark (735 yds), Commerce’s Samuel Roach (755 yds), Dawson’s Shawn Thomas (700 yds), Commerce’s Tyelon Brock (693 yds)

RECEIVING

State Leader: Daejon Reynolds (Central Gwinnett), 1,381 yds

Sawyer Drake (Union Co SR WR)

1,038 yds (10th)

Times featured as a state leader this season – 9th
Last or best ranking – 10th

Cooper Turner (White Co JR WR)

901 yds (20th)

Times featured as a state leader this season – 9th
Last or best ranking – 20th

Braxton Hicks (Rabun Co SR WR)

879 yds (26th)

Times featured as a state leader this season – 9th
Last or best ranking – 26th

Dakohta Sonnichsen (Dawson Co JR WR)

838 yds (35th)

Times featured as a state leader this season – 4th
Last or best ranking – 35th

Joshua Pickett (Habersham Central JR WR)

750 yds (49th)

Times featured as a state leader this season – 9th
Last or best ranking – 23rd

Others within striking distance: The minimum to be on the state leaderboard was 650 yards. Jesse Thomas (White’s Jesse Thomas (633 yds, previously on leaderboard once this season as high as 75th), Union’s Kyle Morlock (534 yds, previously on leaderboard 8 times this season as high as 8th), Habersham’s Grayson Taylor (495 yds), Rabun’s Sam Adams (493 yds; previously on leaderboard twice as high as 62nd), Rabun’s Sutton Jones (437 yds), Stephens’ Gamarion Carter (421 yds, previously on leaderboard once as high as 66th), Union’s Mason McCombs (400 yds), Dawson’s Hunter Barron (348 yds).

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