Gwinnett vs. The World high school football doubleheader announced

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Georgia powerhouses Buford and Grayson will be part of an exciting doubleheader at Buford High School on August 31st that will feature teams from Florida and New Jersey.  The doubleheader is being called “Gwinnett vs. The World” by Prep Gridiron Logistics, the event’s promoter.

In the opener, Grayson, which finished No. 75 in the final 2017 High School Football America Top 100, will take-on Bergen Catholic (New Jersey). BC won the New Jersey Non-Public Group 4 state championship last year, finishing No. 12 in the Top 100.

Grayson is led by 5-star linebacker Owen Pappoe, who is currently ranked the No. 7 overall college football prospect in the Class of 2019 in the latest 247Sports.com composite rankings.

In the nightcap, Buford, which finished No. 99 in our Top 100, will play Deerfield Beach, which spent a large portion of the season in the HSFA Top 100 this is created with our proprietary algorithm.

The four teams have a large number of outstanding players should lead to all four being ranked in our Preseason Top 100 that will be released in July.

 

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