2011 leaders in rushing, passing and receiving yardage

Below are the leading rushers, passers and receivers in Georgia high school football for the 2011 season.

Rushing

2,375 – Tyren Jones, Walton

2,183 – Kevin Ellison, Habersham Central

2,180 – Marteze Waller, Putnam County

2,179 – Chaz Thornton, Stephens County

2,142 – Miles Jones, Allatoona

2,063 – Janier Ferguson, Pepperell

1,928 – Mike Davis, Stephenson

1,839 – Travis Custis, Lovejoy

1,805 – Chris Brown, Seminole County

1,802 – Brendan Douglas, Aquinas

1,790 – Quenshaun Watson, Clarke Central

1,770 – Tre Hamilton, Charlton County

1,738 – Shadrach Thornton, Liberty County

1,706 – Imani Cross, North Hall

1,704 – John Tatum, Eagle’s Landing Christian

1,684 – Marquez Holloway, Carver (Columbus)

1,658 – Voltaire Driver, Bremen

1,622 – Chris Beck, Seminole County

1,615 – Kenyan Drake, Hillgrove

1,564 – Tolerance Shepherd, Fitzgerald

1,561 – Tyshon Dye, Elbert County

1,559 – Lewis Watkins, Glascock County

1,552 – Jayden Compton, Gordon Central

1,551 – Wezley Ealey, ECI

1,548 – Tre Bonds, Dalton

1,508 – Nick Chubb, Cedartown

1,503 – Rocky Capobianco, Dacula

Passing

3,638 – Taylor Lamb, Calhoun

3,415 – Jonquel Dawson, M.L. King

3,350 – Eddie Printz, Lassiter

3,251 – Deshaun Watson, Gainesville

3,113 – Joshua Dobbs, Alpharetta

2,833 – Kanler Coker, Flowery Branch

2,779 – Zach Folsom, Cook

2,778 – Makail Grace, Wilcox County

2,643 – Johnathon McCrary, Cedar Grove

2,623 – Eman Westmoreland, Central Gwinnett

2,532 – Charles Stafford, Monroe

2,501 – Trevon Jones, Mays

2,445 – Trent Thompson, McEachern

2,371 – Scott Hosch, North Gwinnett

2,358 – Matt Mears, Lee County

2,352 – Cole Garvin, Sandy Creek

2,300 – Evan Jacks, Northview

2,237 – Levi Sams, Southeast Whitfield

2,173 – Kentel Kendrick, Peach County

2,115 – Cole Segraves, Colquitt County

2,049 – David Whipple, Wilkinson County

2,020 – Cha’rod Williams, Carver (Atlanta)

Receiving

1,145 – Charlie Hegedus, Lassiter

1,163 – Myles Everett, Pope

1,059 – Malachi Jones, Central Gwinnett

1,086 – Blake Tibbs, M.L. King

1,067 – Jalen Jones, Shaw

1,024 – Demarcus Robinson, Peach County

1,022 – Devon Schmitt, King’s Ridge Christian

1,014 – Josh Stanford, M.L. King

1,012 – Riley Davis, Creekview

1,011 – Andrej Suttles, East Paulding

1,008 – Ben Lamb, Calhoun

994 – Casey Osborne, Flowery Branch

984 – Travin Henry, Cook

976 – Quez Mahogoney, Wilcox County

968 – Jaquay Williams, Sandy Creek

967 – Xavier Cooper, Cedar Grove

963 – Josh Cabrera, Lee County

946 – Rhett Harper, Southeast Whitfield

924 – Juwan Dickey, Lassiter

916 – Terevious Hudson, Monroe

907 – Amba Etta-Tawo, McEachern

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10 comments Add your comment

DeeDawg

December 28th, 2011
5:24 am

Great achievement to all the players!

Ann Canaday

December 28th, 2011
6:45 am

I have enjoyed the updates this year.I will look forward to next season, even tho I won’t have anyone playing after this last season. He has gone on to play college football. Thank you and keep up the good work.

Rockmart Needs A Coach

December 28th, 2011
10:27 pm

Congrads to Taylor Lamb, great season.

FranchiseMe

December 30th, 2011
1:20 pm

Sandy Creek could have had a rusher on this list if they had had a real back up to Hilton. He was hurt most of the year and amazingly there was no real backup plan. They ended up playing two freshman and one was listed as a Linebacker, the other too small. They were OK and SC got through the year, but i think someone slept on this one. There obviously was no Plan B. From what I heard there is too much talent on this team to not have a viable back.

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January 2nd, 2012
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I wonder if those stats change much when tallied as Yards per carry? Or Completion percentage? Or Yards per Catch?

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