1. Dream Team – Team of the Week
4. GA Agression
5. GA Falcons
8. Ross Elite
10. Gresham Park
Dream Team has beaten two of the top teams in dramatic fashion. One with a late fourth quarter touchdown to beat RDU 13-6 in a packed house at Wheeler High and another win over a very good Camo team which might have been one of the hardest hitting games ever played. Dream Team is going for history by trying to win their 7th B2C Championship. Only one team (Atlanta Ducks) has ever accomplished that feat and the Dream Team has a chance to stamp their place in history as possibly the greatest team in the B2C era.
Duluth looks good and we don’t mean just good, they look great. They have arguably the top two defensive players in the state. This year the road gets harder for them to win the GFL Championship with the development of Lawrenceville and their rival Parkview who they have played in the past two championship games. The emergence of QB Jaylen Williams has helped to take Duluth to the next level.
GA Aggression had a great preseason and now they look to follow that up with a even better regular season. They have the coaching and talent to make it to the Youth Bowl
Ross Elite is the early surprise team of the season. Damarien Ross has the ability to be a special player and possibly find his way in the Player of the Year race again.
Dream Team over Duluth in the Youth Bowl in a classic 21-18
Player of the Year
Tyler Atkinson – Duluth
Offensive Player of the Year
Damarien Ross – Ross Elite
Defensive Player of the Year
Sincere Stevens – Dream Team
Coach of the Year
Shawn Moffett – Dream Team