HOME PAGE: AJC’s 30 in 30 series on GHSA spring football

Are you ready for some football? We are at the AJC with our “30 in 30″ series — quick looks at 30 high school football teams across the state and metro area over a 30-day period in the spring. Do you want to “talk smack” with other football followers? Here are a few of the particular posts where the reader comments are very active.

Will it be MLB baseball or Georgia Tech football for Blessed Trinity’s ‘Superman?

Buford Wolves (The dynasty of dynasties)

Camden County (South vs. North about football dominance)

Carver-Columbus (Isaiah Crowell USA’s No. 1 RB? Buford vs. Carver???)

Creekside Seminoles (Eric Berry’s twin brothers among nation’s top freshmen)

St. Pius Golden Knights (DB Geno Smith, the sophomore sensation … and Marist)

Sandy Creek Fighting Patriots (Defending Class AAAA champs moving down to AAA)

South Gwinnett Comets (Camden, Newnan, and Gwinnett fans debate)

Peachtree Ridge Lions (Discussion on non-region schedules)

Lakeside Vikings

Wesleyan Wolves (Can they get past Wilcox? How good is Karempelis?)

Mill Creek Hawks (Pretender or Contender among Gwinnett powers?)

A rundown of other “30 in 30″ teams covered so far:

Banneker Trojans

Blessed Trinity

Brookwood Broncos

Campbell Spartans

Central Gwinnett

Druid Hills Red Devils

Greenville Patriots

Kell Longhorns

Lovejoy Wildcats

Marist War Eagles

Milton Eagles

North Gwinnett Bulldogs

Norcross Blue Devils

Pebblebrook Falcons

Riverwood Raiders

Rockdale County Bulldogs

Stone Mountain Pirates

Walton Raiders

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Elite football player, with football scholarship from UGA, hangs up the helmet and pads for senior year

michael carvell

Got an item of interest or sports tip? mcarvell@ajc.com

What about my school? When will the AJC write about it?

No worries. We randomly hit 30 schools during the spring. There’s 150+ schools — only in the metro area. We still have the entire summer to talk football. And we will!

Note: The Prep Zone blog will cover topics and issues that have proven to be most important to our readers. For the AJC’s complete high school coverage, go here to read articles on all sports.

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