2026 Prospects Off To a Big Start
Ashton Moore – OLB – Alpharetta
An ultra-athletic defender with impressive size for his age at 6-foot-0 180-pounds, Moore is a former Mississippi native who has already made a big impact for the up and coming Alpharetta Raiders. In a big win over Jefferson, and in his first varsity game as a freshman, Moore made 4 tackles in an impressive performance. He also had an impressive scrimmage against Creekside before the regular season started. Moore has a long frame, he’s quick off the ball, and he loves the game. He’s absolutely a prospect to know and has plenty of D1 potential.
Bryce Perry-Wright – DL – Buford
The Buford Wolves have multiple impressive freshmen on the roster, but Perry-Wright is the one folks are raving about. The strong, powerful lineman stands at 6-foot-3 240-pounds with the potential and frame to continue adding solid muscle. He’s physically imposing for his age and dominated in Buford’s scrimmage over Jones County before the season. He’s a strong option on defense, but he’s an excellent fullback option on offense, too. He moves well for his size, he’s physical, and already holds SEC offers from South Carolina and Texas A&M. It’s easy to see his talent and potential, so look for more offers to start rolling in sooner than later. His playing time at Buford is also likely to increase as the season moves along.
Kelby Glaze – Lincoln County
It’s never easy to establish yourself as the top varsity running back as a freshman, but that’s exactly what Glaze has been able to do for Lincoln County. A program that loves its football, it seems like they have a solid young back on their hands in Glaze, who rushed for 105 yards on just 9 carries and one touchdown in his high school debuts. He averaged 11.6 yards per carry in the season-opener, leading Lincoln County to a big 23-20 win over Bryan County. Look for him to continue running hard for the rest of his freshman season.