He is the new age corner back. Big corner at 5”10, who can play zone and man, press or off. What makes him scary is that he can even come down in the box and bring the wood. He is the younger version of Richard Sherman. Came to a Dacula team that many didn’t think would do well and helped lead them to the semifinals in the GFL which is considered one of the better 8th Grade leagues in the southeast. Once he walks on the field he instantly makes your team 2 wins better which is saying a lot when you play great competition. Will see playing time as a freshman, will become a star as a Sophomore.
Christopher Hinton Jr.
Johns Creek Gladiators
Tight End/Defensive End/Linebacker
This past year Chris was injured so he had to sit out the season but there is no one in the top B2C Prime 89 that has the most upside. He is a legit 6”3, 220lbs and he is a pure athlete as he considered one of the top basketball players in the country. Chris can be successful in any system on defense. He can play the outside backer in a 3-4 or he can play on the line in a 4-3 and if you need him to he play the Mike backer in a 4-3 because he has the speed to run from sideline to sideline. On offense he is dangerous a Tight End, think of him like a Jimmy Graham because of the way he can catch the ball, with a mix of Vernon Davis before the injuries on how he gets yards after the catch. Wherever he goes to high school next year, they will have a four-year starter. He will be a bigger version of Isaac Nauta the outstanding Tight End/Defensive End at for the state champions Buford Wolves.
Has the ability to be great, reminds me a lot of Tobias “Pee Wee” Little who is now at Mays High School and helped lead his team to the state championship game this year because of his size and freakish athletic ability at a young age. He has the attitude you like in a kid with his size in a 8th grade and that is mean and nasty. Genetically will he grow any more, who knows but just like Tobias when he came out of 8th Grade he was 6”1, 218lbs and ran a 4.6 in the forty and who has continued to have success in high school even though he hasn’t grown much more. Owen isn’t that big but has the ability to do the same as he plays positions that will fit him more as he plays WR/RB/LB. So even if he stops growing up and starts to grow out he will still be fine because the one thing you can’t deny is his freakish athletic ability that can translate into any skill position. The one thing about Owens that should let people know how good he can be is that he is raw. He still really isn’t playing football yet as this is only his second year of playing ball. Once he actually learns the game…lookout!
KJ Wallace has all the skill to be successful at his position. He has explosive speed in and out of his cuts, locates the ball well with his eyes and his hands and is a polished route runner. From a pure receiver conversation he could come into a high school and contribute now and he will be good. If he gets in the right situation and he gets with a smart coach in high school that brings him along slowly so he can get used to speed and violence of playing at a higher level on a consistent week-to-week basis then he can be great. Could easily see him being a thousand yard receiver with 10 touchdowns his sophomore year. Given the right process he has the ability to be one of the better players in the country.
He has been on our radar for years. Smart kid, who is mean as could be on that offensive line. He can set your line with recognition of the front seven. His playing ability puts you in the mind of Jeff Saturday when he was with the Colts. Yes he has great hands and feet but what makes Skinner special is his ability to have his line in a position t make the proper blocks. He will start as a sophomore and that team will give up 8 less sacks than the previous year he will start. That’s how much of an impact he will have on the offensive line.
A absolute beast. Every game he gives you one of those UUUUHHHH hits. Has the size and speed that you like to see in a linebacker. Can play in the middle of a 3-4 or a 4-3 because of his versatility. Has very good speed but more importantly he has good change of direction speed to run from sideline to sideline. He is great at taking on blocks and shedding them as he makes it to the ball carrier.
South Cobb Eagles
He is a true weak side linebacker as he has the speed to chase down the plays and also smart enough to recognize misdirection that will come backside. Great size and aggressiveness, very long arms to help bring down defenders and also shed blocks. If he doesn’t play at weak side Backer I could see him playing either Safety position as he could still play in the box and help cover Tight Ends at the strong and he is smart enough to set your secondary if he plays the free.
Talent out of this world! He helped lead his team to their middle school county championship and 63% of the running plays were behind this young man. His ability to bump and get to the scary level quickly and efficiently are what line coaches dream of. Great hands and feet, he separates himself by being able to block in space as his coaches always had him pulling or bumping and getting on linebacker and he rarely missed his target. One on one he is an animal as he is a monster driving the defender off the ball.
South Cobb Eagles
Has the size and speed to be scary. This is the same kid that won the 100-meter state championship at the bottom of the age group when he was 11 racing with 12 year olds. For years he has been the focal point of defenses as he always faced 8 or even sometimes 9 in the box. Every big game Trevor came through, against his rivals and in championship games he average 112 yards on the ground with 2 touchdowns. Basically saying that no matter how big the game was you can count on Trevor Smith to have a great game for his team.
Crawford Long Tigers
He is the super athlete, like Deion Sander at Florida State or a Champ Bailey at UGA back in the day. Now of course I know that’s a lot to say about a kid but he is special. No matter the position they put Jahquez at he was able to help lead his team to a victory. Has very good size, speed and toughness and a good enough skill set that translates well into various position from quarterback, wide receiver, Corner or even if you need him to play in the box at strong safety. Helped lead his team to their county championship, during the season he accounted for multiple big plays. So not only is he a super athlete but he is also a winner.
Below is the compete list of the B2C Prime Top 89 Players in Georgia for the Class of 2019.
|9||Trevor||Smith||Running Back||Lithia Springs|
|17||Paris||Brown||Running Back||Powder Springs|
|22||Justin||Eboigbe||Offensive Line||Forrest Park|
|25||Quentaviuos||Wilson||Running Back||Monroe Co|
|28||Tucker||Mccoy||Offensive Line||Silver Creek|
|37||Nasier||Currie-Sudler||Defensive Back||Powder Springs|
|39||Kenyon||Jackson||Wide Receiver||Stone Mountain|
|42||Ronald||Thompkins||Running Back||Stone Mountain|
|44||Kendrell||Watts||Defensive Line||Monroe Co|
|49||Gary||Benton||Running Back||College Park|
|66||Nate||Morgan||Running Back||Stone Mountain|
|71||Trevor||Arrington||Offensive Line||Stone Mountain|
|73||Jaqualeon||Harris||Defensive Line||Upson Lee|
|83||Deshon||Stoudemire||Defensive Back||Stone Mountain|
|84||Jerrion||Alexander||Defensive Line||Forest Park|