912 is here to stay

By: Jim Johnson The 912 area code is finally getting the respect it deserves in the recruiting game. Georgia has long been one of the nation’s preeminent producers of college football talent, just behind the likes of Florida, California, and Texas. In fact, last year, Georgia actually surpassed the Lone Star State to grab ahold of a spot in the top three, thanks in large...

Coaches announce Region 2-AAAAAA All-Region Boys Basketball

Region 2-AAAAAA Player of the Year Marcus Scott Region 2-AAAAAA Coaches Announce their All Region team. Region 2-AAAAAA All Region Boys Basketball Coach of the Year Chris Turner- Brunswick Player of the Year Marcus Scott- Brunswick 1st Team All-Region Ronald Canty- Bradwell Tarique Gray- Brunswick Daquan Humphreys- Brunswick Sam James- Richmond Hill Syron Noyes- Glynn...

Javonte Middleton, More Than a Football Star

By: BJ Bennett On National Signing Day, Middleton, true to his convictions, signed with The Citadel. Football is only part of his potential. Javonte Middleton has always seen the big picture. As a quarterback for H.V. Jenkins, he helped the Warriors win their first region championship since 1966, then go back-to-back while also going undefeated for the first time in...

Tramel Walthour is a Dawg

Southern Pigskin Staff Coach Kirk Warner and his Liberty County squad set several team milestones two seasons ago. The Panthers finished with their most wins (11) in school history; they also claimed the school’s first Region Title. Over that stretch Liberty County went (19-6), which is by far their best two year span since the schools inception. It was not easy to...

Dez’mond Brinson goes Ivy League

By: BJ Bennett National Signing Day is a time to look towards the future and all of the athletic and academic opportunities that await. For Savannah High quarterback Dez'mond Brinson, his progression will come at one of the nation's most prestigious institutions. Brinson recently made his future at Cornell official and will head to one of just eight member schools of the...

Michael Campbell Jr heading to Mercer

By: Barry Every Darien (Ga.) McIntosh County Academy first year Head Coach Terel Toomer faced numerous personnel changes from the Buc’s 2016 State Championship run. Gone were the team’s seven leading tacklers, along with several offensive linemen and his starting signal caller. In stepped 6-foot, 170-pound cornerback Michael Campbell, Jr., who would end up doing double...