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Youth Quarterback of the Year Finalists

Gunnor Faulk – Hiram Hornets (8th Grade)
Considered one of the best QB’s in the country. He is accurate, has a strong arm and very solid mobility. Gunner has the ability to make his teammates play at a high level. His leadership skills are unquestioned and his toughness is unmatched.

Harrison Bailey – Hillgrove Hawks (6th Grade)
Not many QB’s in the 6th grade are asked to do so much for his team. Has an upside to him that could eclipse any of his predecessors because of the potential that he has. Huge kid, big arm and at a very young age he knows how to step into the blitz and deliver the ball which is rare for this age.

Cambridge Bears (6th Grade)
Big time arm, he is mobile and Sam is a winner. Last year he led his team at the time, the Forsyth Paladins to a B2C State Championship. This year he led his team to a championship game berth in the GMSAA. He simply has a knack for inspiring his teammates.

Mike Wright Jr – Sandy Creek (11U Division)
Was the early season pick for B2C Player of the year by everyone after he won two games, one with a last second pass in the corner of the end zone and the other with a 50 yard scramble with a minute left on the clock to lift his team to an undefeated start.

Revaughn Burch – Sandtown (13U Division)
Not too many players can change the outcome of the game by just walking on the filed. For many years Revaughn teams have been good but not great. This year his team was able to win the YFA in the newly created (13U Division). Last year at the 12U Division he was able to lead his team to a championship berth in the MAYFL when many people didn’t think they would make it out the first round. This year he showed that when the lights where on he was at his best.

Jkori Jones – Gwinnett Chargers (12U Division)
Very polished QB, reminds me of Davis Mills (Peachtree Ridge – 2012) because he mechanics are almost flawless at a young age. He was able to pile up video game numbers during the season as Chargers and his receivers had great chemistry. Ended the season by leading his team to a YFA Championship

Nakia Davis – Georgia Thoroughbreds (14U Division)
Just like Christian Nelson (TRUTH- 2012) last year this young man is a specimen. Size, arm strength and mobility is unmatched as he is the total package in the backfield. Depending on how he grows and how much work he puts in the offseason he could go into his fresham year and expect to compete for the starting job next year at his high school. His team did end up coming short in the new SEC League but everyone took notice to the big QB from the Thoroughbreds.


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