Shawn Blaylock is Stephenson’s sixth recruit to commit to a SEC school

Stephenson DB Shawn Blaylock is SEC-bound (AJC photo by Michael Carvell)

Stephenson DB Shawn Blaylock is SEC-bound (AJC photo by Michael Carvell)

One high school in Georgia now has six players committed to SEC schools.

The pipeline to the SEC starts at Stephenson High School, located in the Atlanta suburb of Stone Mountain.

No. 6 is DB Shawn Blaylock, who committed to Kentucky minutes after being offered by the Wildcats on Thursday. He picked Kentucky over Arkansas State, Indiana and Middle Tennessee State, and had serious interest from others.

What does Blaylock think of  Stephenson sending a six-pack to the SEC?

“It’s ridiculous,” Blaylock told the AJC. “I can’t even put it into words. SEC football is the best. And we’ve got six going there. Well, at least six.”

Stephenson is a candidate to lead the nation with football prospects signing major-college football scholarships in 2012. The DeKalb County school has 6 players committed to FBS schools (formerly NCAA Div. I-A), with a total of 14-17 projected to sign D1.

Back to Blaylock: He went to Kentucky camp last weekend, and thought he had impressed the coaches enough to earn an offer afterwards. He didn’t get one. “Yeah, it was disappointing because I thought I had done really well,” Blaylock said. “But the coaches told me they would watch the film from the camp and get back with me. And they did on Thursday.”

Blaylock was offered by Kentucky assistant Randy Sanders, who asked “Are you ready to commit?” Maybe to the surprise of Sanders, Blaylock did not hestitate, saying “Yes sir, I’m ready to be a Wildcat.” Sanders response? “OK. Congrats. Let’s get Coach Phillips on the phone.” Blaylock then relayed the news to Kentucky head coach Joker Phillips.

“I just want to thank my coaches at Stephenson because without them getting the word out about all of us, none of this would’ve been possible,” Blaylock said.

Blaylock’s teammate, WR DeMarcus Sweat, committed to Kentucky on Sunday night (go here for full story)

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Tucker 4life

June 3rd, 2011
5:00 am

congrats to blay but stephenson high school can have 60 go to the SEC and you still won’t get past the first round of the playoffs … … again

ECB

June 3rd, 2011
5:49 am

I agree with you Tucker…..I hope the kid does good. Kentucky can have all the Stephenson players they want! Stephenson is just way over hyped…

nash

June 3rd, 2011
6:35 am

Kentucky always get kids from Stephenson that is not a surprise they took two this year. Didn’t they take four the in 2009?

RabidDawgFan

June 3rd, 2011
7:48 am

If they have so many “great players”, howcome you never hear of them winning a state championship? Hmmmm

Newnan Dawg Fan

June 3rd, 2011
8:03 am

TRUE statement Rabid

freedyg

June 3rd, 2011
8:09 am

the no state title talk is getting old… how original i get it… every stephenson article you have these clowns rushing to post something negative. just like milton’s bb team blogs this year. that team was ranked #1 in the nation and instead of getting behind the local team all posters did was bash. now you have stephenson who can lead the nation in d1 signees and all you get is negative talk. man i’m happy i moved to orlando, it’s a different atmosphere down here, they rally and support the local teams not bash them.

OLD DAWG

June 3rd, 2011
8:14 am

Congrats to the Coach for producing lots of talent, but one has to ask where are the state titles. On the other end of the spectrum, under Bazemore and Hyder Valdosta churned out 26 state titles and 6 national crowns and very few big time college prospects. The focus was on team building not superstars.

1eyedJack

June 3rd, 2011
9:01 am

Bazemore and Hyder did give us Stan Rome, Buck Belue, John Lastinger and I believe Randall Godfrey.

Stephenson

June 3rd, 2011
9:15 am

Can’t we just be happy for the school and the player

RRTDawgs

June 3rd, 2011
9:22 am

I agree about what is so great about Stephenson HS when they have not won anything UGA gets players from Buford who has won few state championships also we have Jay Rome and Malcolm Mitchell from Valdosta who have championships to congrats to the kids but are these Stephenson kids getting to over hyped .

Bob Loblaw

June 3rd, 2011
9:27 am

SHS

Call me when you win a championship. All that talent with nothing to show for it.

Congrats to the young man! Study, study, study!!! Kentucky isn’t a hotbed for the NFL, so get a good education!

Johnny Too Good

June 3rd, 2011
9:27 am

Can anyone explain where all the disdain and negativity towards Stephenson come from?

http://www.youtube.com/thatsjohnanderson

Bmore Hurricane

June 3rd, 2011
9:29 am

I have moved back to MD after spending 8 wonderful years in GA. My son plays in Woodstock and I was contemplating moving to Stone Mountain because of the Stephenson program. I really feel that it is about getting your kids into college. If you win State Championships and your kids have to pay their own way to school YOU HAVE USED THESE KIDS! With that said I would love to see Coach G use all of this to show his kids that the ultimate sucess story would be to win it all. To borrow a phrase from Remember the Titans “Leave NO DOUBT” when playing these schools and remember that they are out to prove that they have just as much talent to deserve a D1 look.

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Football_365

June 3rd, 2011
10:07 am

man you people find a reason to complain about everything. when did sending kids to college become such a negative issue? I dont know about you but if my son is busting his tail in the classroom, weight room and on the field on friday nights, I hope his coaches are busting their tales to get him noticed. Ask anybody who has ever played on a state championship team if they would trade their state title for a d1 scholarship. State championships wont open many doors for you in the future but a college education will. I dont think you will have much luck if you put on your resume i didnt go to college but I did win a state championship in football! Never the haters state championship or not a d1 scholarship is a big deal. Congrats to all the young men

TRUE BLUE

June 3rd, 2011
10:15 am

One must think shouldn’t UGA have won a NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP in THYE LAST 10 YEARS with all them players going to the NFL. They have sent more players to the League than any other SEC TEAM but nothing to show for it and I think they payroll in the MILLION compare to the coaches at SHS making kibbles and bits. Coach Gartrell makes 6,400.00 coaching in the DEKALB COUNTY and plus his teacher salary.You can keep bashing SHS Football all you want but at the end they are doing something that is being recognize by all over US and that is they help yong men go to school FREE. Now when is UGA GOING TO WIN A NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP with a TOP 5 RECRUITING CLASS EVERY YEAR. Then the running back coach just get a nice raise with no running game. Plus when are these STATE CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM beside BUFURD are going to help their young players get in school.A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP is nice to have but as a parent the way the economy is these days and less sources for school tuition I’ll TAKE A FREE EDUCATION OVER A RING ANYDAY

The Big "O"

June 3rd, 2011
10:29 am

People, people, people please! Please stop with the State Championship already. Let’s all be honest for a minute. What does a HS State championship give you? How does it help you later in life to obtain a career that will help you be self sufficient? GET A LIFE PEOPLE…. Give CREDIT where CREDIT is due… STEPHENSON does an awesome job sending young men to college.

RRTDawgs

June 3rd, 2011
10:37 am

I thought it was all about winning championships with you haters you bash UGA all day because we have not won championship but if we criticize someone else for not winning anything we not allowed to talk about it talk about hypocrites .

Rhall55

June 3rd, 2011
10:50 am

Congrats on Stephenson sending all these young men to D-I programs; be careful UGA, these guys may come back to haunt you!!! The real lose for UGA is R Kirby, the LB; he could be very good!!! Are all the Coaches working the 7 on 7 camp or some on vacation???? I have not heard much on the recruitng trail on CSL, DB Coach, CKO, the new LB Coach, CTB, WR Coach, CWF, the OL Coach (except the recruitment of John Theus), and CRG, the DL Coach and Recruiting Coord; I feel these guys are being out hustled by the Alabama, Auburn, FSU, and FL staffs; maybe UGA can pick up some commits this week during the 7 on 7 camp!!! AU picked (4) commits @ Big Weekend last weekend!!! You snooze, you lose!!!!

realitycheck

June 3rd, 2011
10:52 am

congrats to stephenson players coaches and community first of all! how could you hate on a kid going to college however it seems wit all the talent there should be more winning! im sure if u asked the players coaches etc…… they want both every player wants to go to the dome and play at the next level i see no reason a stud factory like stephenson cant have both

Football_365

June 3rd, 2011
10:53 am

if this same exact situation happened at brookwood or parkview or some other school where the majority of the kids dont look like the young man in the picture above this would not be an issue. Instead of the coach being criticized everyday he would get the key to the city. Yes its 2011 but its still georgia and we are still in the south!

Harry T Dawg

June 3rd, 2011
10:59 am

And none of them have signed with Georgia. That would be a great press piece moving forward. “Stephenson leads the nation in D1 recruits and none of them sign with the instate Bulldogs”

Paul N Destin

June 3rd, 2011
11:01 am

Lets see what auburn gets this weekend…

RRTDawgs

June 3rd, 2011
11:14 am

I admit UGA recruiting is looking real bad right now we have a lot top prospects in Athens and we have DawgNight coming up we are due for commit yea Auburn is kicking everyone but right now .

dawgs01

June 3rd, 2011
11:52 am

People always bash teams like stephenson who put kids in college that might not otherwise get that opportunity if it were not for their coaches. Some of these schools have great athletes but do not have the coaching staff and organization that other schools have that are always in the playoffs like a Marist. Stephenson puts more emphasis on getting their players scholarships than on winning like a Marist and other schools do. Teams that win championships usually are not loaded with D1 talent they may have one or two but not 5-14 guys like stephenson. You can blame the coaches at those places who spend so much time focusing on winning that they do not put in or have the time to make highlight videos and call around to help out their kids. I personally think getting your players in college is more important than winning region and state titles. Stephenson always competes but a well coached team usually beats them. I think this year Stephenson will make it deeper in the playoffs bc of their athletes. Do not hate on them for getting kids in college. I think some of the haters are parents and players that wish their coaches did this for them. Look at Kirby on Stephenson at Parkview he had all those tackles and did not even make the all region team guys with 30 tackles less than him and half the talent did all i got to say is come on coach work for your kids no wonder why he transfered.

BcS2010

June 3rd, 2011
12:00 pm

I love how the stephenson coaches put there players on the map. This is what you play football for. With this said stephenson still will find a way to not win state lol

Johnny Too Good

June 3rd, 2011
12:03 pm

@RRTDawgs….. when is “Dawg Night”?

http://www.youtube.com/thatsjohnanderson

RRTDawgs

June 3rd, 2011
12:14 pm

Johny Too Good i think its ether sometime this month or in July we have 7 on 7 camp going on right now .

Roll Tide

June 3rd, 2011
1:08 pm

Congrats to the kid for getting a free ride. Not trying to bash buy you would think if all these kids were actually that good they would be winning state titles left and right. A question for the Stephenson boosters, is your head coach just bad at x’s and o’s?

My opinion is that programs need kids that are used to winning, not just recruiting studs that are over-rated due to their measurables.

DEKALB FOOTBALL FAN

June 3rd, 2011
1:47 pm

“you play to win the game”…so STFU with all this talk about not winning STATE and producing scholarships…had Stepenson won at least one State Championship, that’s all you would hear on these blogs from SHS fans, so don’t give me that ish that “it’s all about the scholly”, cause guess what, half of the team will not play another down of football beyond high school…a state championship is bigger than the few players that will be earning scholarships…ask each and everyone of those kids, and i betcha each one of them would love to have a ring, bragging rights and every things that comes along with winning STATE…yeah it does mean something to have all that talen and not win it all, when it’s all on the same team at the same time…last years class plus this years class, makes no sense…STOP EMBARRASSING THE COUNTY BY LOSING WHEN YOU PLAY SOUTH GA. TEAMS…I GET SICK AND TIRED OF HAVING TO DEFEND SCHOOLS LIKE SHS INABILITY TO WIN BIG GAMES, WHEN CLEARLY THEY HAVE THE BEST AND MOST TALENT YEAR IN AND YEAR OUT…#COACHING

bhamwreck

June 3rd, 2011
1:58 pm

Complete opposite of Camden County Wildcats. Win state championships but rarely have a 4 or 5 star. They have a coach who knows what the heck he is doing thats why. Go Wildcats!

RRTDawgs

June 3rd, 2011
2:18 pm

It appears that the SEC will eliminate oversigning and that amount of recruits schools will be able to have is cut down to 25 prospects .

RRTDawgs

June 3rd, 2011
2:22 pm

Medical scholarships also have been eliminated Mike Slive bringing down the hammer when it comes to recruiting .

Dekalb Watcher

June 3rd, 2011
2:33 pm

@ DekalbFootballFan I don’t want to hear ANYTHING about Coaching until Dekalb County becomes like those OTHER teams Counties you speak of! I have said it before, so I will say it AGAIN!!! TUCKER HAS THE BEST SUPPORT IN ALL OF DEKALB COUNTY, PERIOD POINT BLANK!!! NO OTHER SCHOOL IN DEKALB COMES EVEN HALF WAY CLOSE TO MATCHING WHAT TUCKER DOES, PEORIOD! NOT SWD, STEPHENSON, MLK, DUNWOODY, NO ONE!!! That support comes from Tuckers Business Community, and guess what??? IT STILL COMES NO WHERE NEAR CLOSE TO THE SUPPORT THE OTHER SCHOOLS HAVE LIKE BUFORD,BROOKWOOD,CAMDEN,VALDOSTA,LOWNDES,MCEACHERN just to name a few!!! O and ADD DULUTH to that list now, that’s right I said Duluth… I thought Coach Corey Jarvis was CRAZY to leave MLK for Duluth, but once I heard how much DIFFERENT, AND BETTER things were for him at Duluth, it’s no surprise he was willing to Basically start from SCRATCH at Duluth. When he was at MLK a few years ago they began a Fund raising campaign to put Turf on the Practice Field… Needless to say that it is IMPOSSIBLE to do in Dekalb County, think about that for a moment will you… These people are out raising money, doing EVERYTHING possible, but yet FAILED because of the SYSTEM in Dekalb County! How many of you have seen Central Gwinnett Stadium with a CASTLE for the Press Box, Suites? Do you know how much that CASTLE cost them to BUILD??? THREE yes 3 MILLION DOLLARS ladies and gentlemen!!! Do you know who paid for it??? THE BOOSTERS OF CENTRAL GWINNETT DID IT ALL BY THEMSELVES!!!! They also did the SAME FUNDRAISING that MLK did, they also had Money from Concessions at the game, some Gate Money, the Point is they GOT IT DONE!!! Who in Dekalb County can do such a thing besides Marist, and St.PIus? LOL forget about trying to have a $100,000 Weight Room like Valdosta, Buford, Camden County(which is the BIGGEST in the state for a H.S at some 9,000+ sqft) While lets look at Stephenson’s Weight Room at an AMAZING 1500 sqft!!!! I know that the Building at the Rebuilt Tucker High School is ONLY 3,000 sqft, including coaches offices,etc. SWD use to have the SMALLEST Weight Room in the State! I don’t think it was EVEN 500 sqft, because the other half was for the wrestling team to practice on!
Now SWD FINALLY has a DECENT sized Weight Room after YEARS of WTH? I think it’s about 2,000 sqft, not sure though. You all MUST be fair when you tell off these Coaches, they AREN’T in Good Positions to do all the things they want like the Coaches in Camden, Valdosta, Lowndes, McEachern, NSWR, Grayson, North Gwinnett,etc… I just want some of you to keep these things in mind. How would you feel if you were a coach and you would LOVE to have a Good sized Weight Room, but you know you can NEVER raise enough money to do it on your own, only the COUNTY can do it for you…. Welcome to Dekalb County my friends, that is only ONE of the MANY things Coaches LACK here, compared to a lot of the Other Coaches around the STATE!

TryingToGetBootStraps

June 3rd, 2011
3:26 pm

I’m extremely happy for these young men at Stephenson. I’m proud of their coaches. I’m proud of the coaches at other majority Black schools like Douglas and both Carvers. They are giving these young men a shot to really be something in life. Who gives a sh!t about a State Championship when you are 37, working in sock factory, and living in a single-wide with 4 kids? Too many coaches have a plantation mentality. Winning is great, but sending a young man to college is 1,000 times better.

RRTDawgs

June 3rd, 2011
3:42 pm

Some you guys on here are a peace of work you don’t care about winning state championships are you freaking kidding one the best experience for these HS kids to win those playoffs and championships it builds character and confidence for them when they get to college having good grades and winning is what its about i am sure these Stephenson are great athletes maybe they will something this year before they head out but say you don’t care about state championship is ridiculous.

Greg

June 3rd, 2011
3:44 pm

Dekalb county has always had talent. Remember the days of SWD? They were loaded. I ask Stephenson the same thing as many others….where’s your title? The college coaches know where the talent is. That has little to do with the high school coaches, unless they are like Carver Columbus and go out and recruit the talent. Btw, I know firsthand that Carver recruits. I still can’t believe the AJC hasn’t investigated this. Don’t be scared of Dell McGee.

And to TryingtoGetBootStraps…you’re a flatout racist! Crediting black coaches?? If you want to credit the coaches, that’s fine. I don’t agree, but that’s your opinion and I can respect that. What I can’t respect is playing the race card. Are you going to credit the white coaches that coach in cities like Atlanta and Columbus who help in the recruiting process?

RRTDawgs

June 3rd, 2011
3:48 pm

To say that these kids don’t want win a state championship is ridiculous i am sure that these Stephenson kids before they head out to college want to win one maybe they will but to sit there and say you don’t care about winning a champions ridiculous .

DeeDawg

June 3rd, 2011
4:27 pm

I wouldn’t trade a single one of these kids’ scholarships for 10 State Championships! I admire what Coach Corey and the rest of the coaching staff at Stephenson is accomplishing year in year out. Go for the NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP – - in total football scholarships from a single school…not just D-1, but in total. SHS coaches…keep on doing what you’re doing and let all the hater’s hate. By the way, had I listened to my haters and discouragers, I would not have been accepted at The United States Military Academy at West Point (where I graduated on time and proudly served this country as an Army officer). Coming from a small school in APS, football by in large, was just one of many tools I used to get accepted at 3 of 4 service academies. I don’t have a state football ring, yet years later, I always have strong employment opportunities because of the many fine people I met in college and in my professional career. So again, let the haters hate, and rack up the scholarships – your parents, family, and friends will always remember and respect you for that!

RRTDawgs

June 3rd, 2011
5:12 pm

I think its ridiculous to say that these HS kids don’t want to win a state championship it is one the most thrilling victory you can have in your football career then you want to carry that experience to the next level i am sure these Stephenson kids want win a state championship before they graduate you want to go out on high note .

OneOnOneWith TheGreatOne

June 3rd, 2011
5:18 pm

It’s the same ole story for most of you. When is this statement going to get old ‘Where are your State titles?” I am so sick of hearing that is OLD. You talk about SWD. they only have 1 yes ONE State Title during the Quincy Carter era. The Next comes from Tucker. If I am missing any other school in dekalb I apologize. So don’t be so quick to jump down the throats of SHS. Just be happy for the young men that is getting a chance to go to college and play football

TryingToGetBootStraps

June 3rd, 2011
5:35 pm

@Greg – Racist? For telling the truth. There’s no need to play the race card. Things are how they are and how they are going to be.

I’m proud of any coach of all races that helps his young men get to college. The coach at Grayson seems to be doing a good job winning and sending kids to college. Most of the White coaches that do a godd job getting there players into college are at large private schools like Marist, Bolles and St. Thomas Aquinas in Florida or De La Salle in California.

Some people keep questioning why Stephenson can’t win a championship and calling these young men over-rated. Why? Why not be happy for them?

I’ve followed recruiting for a while. No one that’s posted here can provide an example of a minority Black school that doesn’t win championships and produces D1 talent like Stephenson does or SW Dekalb did. The coaches don’t put in the work for their players the same. Camden wins but very few players go to college. Parkview used to win and send very few players to college. Valdosta was the worst at it if you compare championships vs scholarships.

Me stating facts doesn’t make what I’m saying racist. The people upset with the kids at Stephenson are the ones you should point the finger at and ask them why are they really mad?

OneOnOneWith TheGreatOne

June 3rd, 2011
7:43 pm

To answer the question on Black Coaches and Whites is simple. Sure white coaches get some black kids in college if they
1. Started for them and was on the first team
2. Making sure that only those kids qualify for school.
Period!
Now take a ENTIRE BLACK STAFF & ENTIRE BLACK FOOTBALL TEAM. The coaches make sure that EVERY QUALIFIED SENIOR HAS THE OPPORTUNITY TO GO TO SCHOOL. LET ME SAY THAT AGAIN… THE COACHES MAKE SURE THAT EVERY SENIOR HAS THE OPPORTUNITY TO GO TO SCHOOL. Now if a white kid every came to Stephenson I am sure the coaches will welcome that young man with open arms. As long as I see Stephenson football I cannot recall every seeing a white player on the team. I might be wrong but I haven’t. People don’t get all in a frenzy just because a person has an opinion aon a black white issue. It’s a litgitmate point. Sure teams has a mixture of players on the majority of all the schools you mentioned but my point is white coaches has a different approach on recruits when speaking on there black players than when black coaches speak on there players. that’s all. I can respect Tryingtogetbootstraps point of view. Many of you see it as negative and your probably white that’s why you think that way. It’s not negative but actually a fact. If your not a TOP TIER PLAYER @ BROOKWOOD, PARKVIEW, MARIST, GRAYSON, NSWR, ETC CHANCES ARE YOU PROBABLY WILL NOT HAVE A COACH THAT WILL TRY TO HELP YOU GET INTO SCHOOL. THIS IS JUST MY OPINION

graycladcat

June 3rd, 2011
8:57 pm

First I want to welcome Shawn Blaylock to the Big Blue Nation!

But I can’t let this slip by

Bob Loblaw You said UK doesn’t send college kids to the NFL I beg to differ. Here is a list of the last few years 2009 John Conner NY Jets, 2009 Micah Johnson Miami,2009 Trevard Lindley Eagles, 2009 Corey Peters Atlanta, 2008 Jeremy Jarmon Atlanta, 2008 Tim Masthay Green Bay, 2008 Myron Pryor New England, 2007 Stevie Johnson Buffalo, 2007 Colts, 2007 Wesley Woodyard Denver, and can’t forget Randall Cobb 2010. So we usually get 3-4 in the draft not to shabby for little ole UK. Also still has FA so I would expect one or two more that didn’t get drafted will make a team for a roster somewhere. UK didn’t have many SR’s from the 2010 season eligible for the draft anyway and Cobb left early. So UK does put players in the NFL.

ATL Dawg

June 3rd, 2011
9:36 pm

TALENT everywhere at Stephenson and ZERO coaching!! I would love to see a real coaching staff coach all that talent as they would be unbeatable.

VLD

June 3rd, 2011
9:42 pm

SW Dekalb you obviously have not seen Valdosta’s weight room. It is nice, but not near $100,000. Matte of fact I would bet that SW Dekalb and Stephenson have better facilities than Valdosta. The only thing Valdosta has nice is it’s stadium – the rest of their facilities are pitiful. Valdosta used to win with superior coaching and conditioning. Rance Gillespie is bringing that back to Valdosta. Darlington and Tomberlin almost buried the once proud Wildcat program. Two clowns that were way in over their heads.

Dekalb Watcher

June 3rd, 2011
10:33 pm

@ VLD Yes the size of the Wight Room at Valdosta is still the same, when Darlington got there they took out all of the Old Equipment used by all the Coaches before he got there. They spent $100,000 on all New Equipment in the Weight Room, they also painted it in new colors. That Weight Equipment is Custom made, and Multipurpose, so they can do all they need to do. Valdosta has the Bigger Weight Room in size over Stephenson, and also in Equipment. No Public School in Dekalb has ANYTHING looking like this http://www.valdostafootball.com/weightroom.asp , Marist & St.Pius are the exceptions! Just go to http://www.jaguartouchdownclub.org/ and click on Facilities, compare both tell me which one would you prefer?!

Dekalb Fan

June 3rd, 2011
11:35 pm

MLK dominated the Passing Tournament at UGA. They beat CreekSide for the championship. The best QB(Jonquel Dawson) and WR(Blake Tibbs) combination in the state were like men amongst boys. Holsey, The Berry Boys or Stephensons D-1 couldn’t compete against the Lions.

Michael Carvell

June 3rd, 2011
11:46 pm

@Dekalb Fan, yes it’s true that Stephenson did not look too well at passing league but Creekside? They made it to the final game. Man, this is a tough crowd.

OneOnOneWith TheGreatOne

June 4th, 2011
9:25 am

@ Dekalb Fan.. Yes you are right. Stephenson didn’t look that good, but without a rush line of course you have the advantage. Stephenson will be fine when the season opens. If your offense is all about passing of course you should have the advantage. It’s a passing league. Going to inteesting this season. I expect nothing short from MLK or Stephenson to adavnce further this year in the State. But that’s a long way from now. Good luck to both teams this Season. Region 2 5-A