2017 National Signing Day – Georgia

National Letter of Intent early signing period

High School Football America is tracking all of the FBS signings in the State of Georgia on National Signing Day 2017.

National Letter of Intent National Signing Day 2017

Michael Adams, DT – Chattooga – Charlotte

Christian Albright, DE – North Cobb – Ball State

Mike Allen, DE – Lanier – Wake Forest

Tre Allen, LB – Woodland – Georgia Southern

Cortez Alston, DL – Westminster – Georgia Tech

K.J. Anderson, DB – Buford – Western Michigan

Chee Anyanwu, LB – Buford – Northwestern

Jaytlin Askew, DB – McEachern – Georgia Tech

Kemari Averett, TE – Grady – Louisville

Chris Bacon, S – Westlake – Georgia State

Kyle Bailey, LB – Bremen – Western Kentucky

Tanner Baker, DL – Allatoona – BYU

Tirise Barge, DB – Colquitt County – Tulane

Robert Beal, LB – Peachtree Ridge – Georgia

Marquez Bembry, DE – Mount Vernon Presbyterian – Tennessee

Datravion Bishop, DB – Terrell County – Georgia

Gage Blackston, OL – Benedictine – Appalachian State

Josh Blackwell, DB – Buford – Duke

Joey Blount, DB -Landmark Christian – Virginia

Trey Blount III, WR – Pace Academy – Georgia

Jacob Bolton, OL – Blessed Trinity – Iowa State

Chase Brice, QB – Grayson – Clemson

Jalen Browder, WR – East Paulding – Maryland

DJ Brown, DB – Creekside – Penn State

EJ Brown, S – Tucker – West Virginia

Joshua Brown, DB – Langston Hughes – Kansas State

Melton Brown, Jr., DL – Jefferson County – Georgia Southern

Zay Brown, DB – Clarke Central – South Carolina

Markaviest Bryant, DE – Crisp County – Auburn

Jeff Burley, LB – Jackson – Wake Forest

De’Morreal Burnam, LB – Salem – Indiana

Tariq Carpenter, ATH – Long County  Georgia Tech

Carlos Carriere, WR – Alpharetta – Maryland

Michael Carter II, DB – South Paulding – Duke

Tory Carter, FB – Lee County – LSU

AJ Cayetano, CB – Mays – Arkansas State

Caleb Chandler, OL – Jefferson – Louisville

Charlie Clark, OL – Marist – Georgia Tech

Malik Clark, LB – Baldwin – Louisville

Zeke Cobb, WR – Dalton – Middle Tennessee

Amari Colbert, WR – Houston County – Old Dominion

Duke Collins, DL – Jackson – Mississippi State

Jayden Comma, WR – Roswell – Maryland

Case Cook, OL – Carrollton – Missouri

Yusuf Corker, DB – Woodland – Kentucky

Trey Creamer, ATH – Cartersville – Iowa

Tae Daley, DB – Warner Robins Northside – Vanderbilt

Deejay Dallas, DB – Glynn Academy – Miami (FL)

Allen Daniels, DL – Dacula – Purdue

Jamin Davis, LB – Long County – Kentucky

Kelton Dawson, DL – Stockbridge – Georgia Tech

D’Antne Demery, OL – Brunswick – Georgia

Breon Dixon, LB – Grayson – Mississippi

Kenderick Duncan, Jr., S – Stockbridge – Georgia Southern

Caleb Etheridge, OL – Mary Persons – Western Kentucky

Sheldon Evans, RB – Roswell – Marshall

Tyler Fannin, OL – Mill Creek – Virginia

Jordan Ferguson, DT – Cartersville – Middle Tennessee

Jaalon Frazier, QB – Liberty County – Georgia Southern

Jake Fromm, QB – Houston County – Georgia

Jeremiah Gemmel, LB – East Coweta – North Carolina

Justin Gibbs, WR – Grovetown – Ball State

Carlito Gonzalez, DB – Stephenson – Auburn

Chad Gooden, S – Douglas County – Arkansas State

Walter Grant, LB – Cairo – Georgia

Tony Gray, OL – Grayson – Mississippi

Isaiah Green, QB – Langston Hughes – Marshall

Jaelen Greene, RB – Sandy Creek – Cincinnati

Jaylen Griffin, LB – Rome – Virginia Tech

Geronda Hall, CB – KIPP Atlanta Collegiate – Old Dominion

Justin Hall, WR – Alexander – Ball State

Myles Hannah, CB – Stephenson – Ball State

Tyriq Hardimon, DB – Lassiter – Wake Forest

Daetrich Harrington, RB  – Alexander – Appalachian State

Chris Harris, Jr., LB – Benedictine – Georgia Southern

Delvontae Harris, DB – Newnan – East Carolina

Justus Harris, DB – Roswell – Minnesota

Javan Hawes, WR – Sandy Creek – Cincinnati

Stuart Head, S – Etowah – Stanford

Jaquan Henderson, LB – Newton – Georgia Tech

Connor Heyward, ATH – Peachtree Ridge – Michigan State

Victor Heyward, LB – Mill Creek – Georgia State

Zalon’tae Hillery, OL – Glynn Academy – Miami (FL)

Bailey Hockman, QB – McEachern – Florida State

Jeremiah Holloman, WR – Newton – Georgia

Verenzo Holmes, CB – Grovetown – Ball State

Jalen Holston, RB – Stockbridge – Virginia Tech

Chase Hooper, DT – Milton – Florida Atlantic

Ellison Hubbard, DT – Grayson – Colorado State

Jeff Hubbard, DB – Woodward Academy – Eastern Michigan

Marvin Hubbard III, RB – Sandy Creek – Duke

Bubba Hudson, OL – Terrell County – Troy

Ryan Huff, DB – Cedar Shoals – Appalachian State

Eli Huggins, DT – West Forsyth – Kansas State

LaDamion Hunt, DB – Carrollton – Indiana

Jaden Hunter, LB – Westlake – Georgia

Caleb Huntley, RB – Locust Grove – Ball State

Deon Jackson, RB – Pace Academy – Duke

Jalen Jackson, OL – Grayson – Georgia State

Jalen Jackson, OL – McEachern- Purdue

Josh Johnson, DE – Peachtree Ridge – Georgia Southern

Joshua Johnson, WR – Woodward Academy – Louisville

Netori Johnson, OL – Cedar Grove – Georgia

Shaun Jolly, DB – Stephenson – Appalachian State

Emmanuel Jones, LB – Woodland – Colorado State

Kameron Jones, LB – Peachtree Ridge – Louisville

Jaylon Jones, S – Dacula – Georgia State

Juwuan Jones, LB – Lanier – Western Kentucky

Tamir Jones, WR – Norcross – Georgia State

Drew Jordan, DL – North Gwinnett – Duke

Benz Josue, LB – Mountain View – Georgia Southern

Caleb Kelly, OL – Warner Robins Northside – Georgia Southern

Wesley Kennedy III, ATH – Benedictine

Antwon Kincade, DB – Valdosta – Western Kentucky

Brenton King, PK – Mill Creek – Georgia Tech

J.D. King, RB – Fitzgerald – Oklahoma State

K’hari Lane, QB – Macon County – Arizona

Richard LeCounte III, DB – Liberty County – Georgia

Akileis Leroy, LB – Lee County – Florida Atlantic

Hassan Littles, WR – Stephenson – Ball State

Frederick Lloyd, TE – Tift County – South Florida

Demetrice Lofton, DL – Creekside – Georgia Southern

Sean Maginn, OL – North Gwinnett – Wake Forest

DeAngelo Malone, DL – Cedar Grove – Western Kentucky

Calder Marria, DL – Jonesboro – Western Kentucky

Jimmy Marshall, WR – Tattnall – Middle Tennessee

Justin Marshall, WR – Georgia Prep Sports Academy – Louisville

Nate McBride, LB – Vidalia – Georgia

Khalil McClain, QB – Creekside – Tulane

Kyric McGowan, WR – Dalton – Northwestern

Brian Miller, DE – Memorial Day – Georgia Southern

C.J. Miller, DB – McEachern – Mississippi

Davis Mills, QB – Greater Atlanta Christian – Stanford

Monty Montgomery, LB – Norcross – Tulane

Terry Myrick, LB – Woodward Academy – Eastern Michigan

Sean Nelson, WR – Langston Hughes – Maryland

Demetrius Murray, S – Grayson – Ball State

Khalil Newton, WR – Stephenson – Ball State

Kevin Nixon, LB – Peach County – Troy

Kyle Nixon, DB – Peach County – Troy

Chinedu Ogbonna, LB – Wheeler – Massachusetts

Amos Ogun-Semore, DE – Mill Creek – Ohio

Tobias Oliver, QB – Warner Robins Northside – Georgia Tech

J.R. Pace, S – Woodward Academy – Northwestern

Solon Page III, LB – Kell – Tennessee

Dylan Parham, TE – Carrollton – Memphis

Tre Person, CB – Westlake – Michigan State

Jalen Pinkney, DL – Norcross – Vanderbilt

William Poole III, DB – Hapeville Charter – Georgia

Zach Quinney, OL – Savannah Christian – Georgia Tech

Corey Reed, Jr., WR – Roswell – Louisville

Jordan Rhodes, OL – Creekside – South Carolina

Montravious Richardson, OL – Westover – Mississippi State

Malik Robinson, LB – South Gwinnett – North Carolina

Michael Robinson, LB – Allatoona – Ball State

Mic Roof, QB – Buford – Charlotte

T.D. Roof, LB – Buford – Georgia Tech

Dionte Ruffin, DB – Paulding County – Western Kentucky

Trey Sermon, RB – Sprayberry – Oklahoma

Justin Shaffer, OL – Cedar Grove – Georgia

Cameron Sample, DE – Shiloh – Tulane

Josh Samuel, RB – Central Gwinnett – Western Kentucky

Braylong Sanders, WR – Callaway – Mississippi

Davis Shanley, QB – South Forsyth – Western Kentucky

Tre Shaw, DB – Cedar Grove – North Carolina

John Samuel Shenker, TE – Colquitt County – Auburn

Brady Scott, OT – Mount Paran – Florida State

EJ Scott, WR – McEachern – Colorado State

Shawn Shamburger, CB – Colquitt County – Tennessee

Avery Showell, ATH – Cartersville – Georgia Tech

Chris Sibilia, OL – North Gwinnett – Georgia State

Troy Simon, CB – Milton – Wake Forest

Jake Simpson, LB – Buford – Wake Forest

Jacquez Sloan, WR – Grady – Western Kentucky

Lecitus Smith, TE – Fitzgerald – Virginia Tech

Shawn Smith, WR – Brunswick – Virginia

Baylon Spector, S – Calhoun – Clemson

Aaron Sterling, DL – Tucker – South Carolina

Jonathan Stewart, OL – Mountain View – Vanderbilt

Eric Stokes, DB – Eastside – Georgia

Jabari Taylor, DB – Lovejoy – Cincinnati

Jhi’Shawn Taylor, LB – Crisp County – Georgia State

Kurt Taylor, RB – Grayson – Michigan

Tyler Taylor, LB – Lanier – LSU

Will Taylor, OL – Grayson – Duke

Willie Taylor LB – Bleckley County – Washington State

Drew Tejchman, WR – North Cobb – UNLV

AJ Terrell, CB – Westlake – Clemson

Tamorrion Terry, WR – Turner County – Florida State

Andrew Thomas, OL – Pace Academy

Tyrone Truesdell, OL – Laney – Auburn

Tyler Thurmond, OL – Buford – West Virginia

Jordan Tucker, OL – Roswell- North Carolina

Grant Walker, RB – Cedar Grove – Georgia Southern

Jadon Walker, CB – Chapel Hills – Colorado State

Leonard Warner, LB – Brookwood – Florida State

Jacob Webb, WR – Creekview – Charlotte

M.J. Webb, DL – Morgan County – South Carolina

Greg White, WR – Riverdale – North Texas

Tracy White, CB – Liberty County – Old Dominion

Dante Wigley, CB – Carrollton – Colorado

Dameon Williams, DB – Norcross – Georgia Tech

Jamyest Williams, DB – Grayson – South Carolina

LeAnthony Williams, Jr., CB – Roswell – Clemson

Hardrick Willis, DE – Mundy’s Mill – Georgia State

Malik Willis, QB – Roswell – Auburn

Dontae Wilson, DT – Jefferson – Georgia State

Ontaria Wilson, CB – Turner County – Florida State

Jelani Woods, QB – Cedar Grove – Oklahoma State

Chandler Wooten, LB – North Cobb – Auburn

Devonte Wyatt, DL – Towers – Georgia

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