Rankings Updated: 1970-01-01
Lettered at Parkview High School three years in football and four years in baseball... led the Parkview Panthers to consecutive 15-0, 5A state championship seasons... one of the most recognized high school athletes in the country... ESPN.com #1 two-sport prep athlete in the nation... Team captain and state Player of the Year in Georgia for all classifications his senior season... USA Today All-American defensive back... Sports Illustrated March Issue Old Spice Athlete of the Month... Gwinnett County Player of the Year his senior season... Gwinnett County first-team wide receiver and defensive back both his junior and senior seasons... Atlanta Touchdown Club Defensive Back of the Year... Atlanta Journal Constitution Super 11... Atlanta Journal Constition Super Southern 100... received The Panther Award from his high school for leadership ability on and off the field... MVP for Parkview Football 2001... his junior season he was Male Athlete of the Year for the State of Georgia which was voted by Georgia sports writers and the Atlanta Journal Constitution... 5A Georgia Defensive Player of the Year his junior year... All-State his junior season... Gwinnett County Defensive Back of the Year... his sophomore season he was named first-team All-Gwinnett County as a Defensive Back... played in the 2001 Georgia/Florida High School Football Game... ninth-ranked defensive back prospect in the Tom Lemming... three-star prospect TheInsider.com... ranked as 73rd-best safety prospect in nation TheInsiders.com... four-star prospect Rivals100.com... 11th-ranked safety in the nation by Rivals100.com... Standout baseball player as well... 2001 Baseball State Player of the Year for all classifications... USA Today first-team baseball All-American... Baseball America first-team All-America... preseason 2002 USA Today All-American... preseason Baseball America All-American... top-ranked outfielder in the nation by Baseball America... Played for the USA Junior Team in Cuba this past summer... played under Coach Cecil Flowe... born 1-8-84... chose Clemson over Mississippi State, Notre Dame, UNC, Vanderbilt and Georgia Tech.
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