Francouer and Stuckey Shine

Two of the top athletes in the state of Georgia were showcased Saturday as QB Chansi Stuckey and WR Jeff Francouer led their respective teams to victory in the Georgia Dome.

Now the the two will battle it out next weekend on the football field as Stuckey's Northside team will battle Francouer's Parkview.

Chansi Stuckey had his usual type of effort Saturday afternoon, even though the stats may not indicate it. He registered 78 yards rushing and 56 passing, but it was his incredible athleticsm that left the Georgia Dome crowd speechless.

"He's a real good athlete," Collins Hill coach Alan Fahring said. "I was flabbergasted on that one run. We had him controlled and three or four guys missed him. I've never seen anything like it."

Stuckey scrambled around and created havoc just as he's done all season long for his team.

He converted on 2nd-and-33 and also scored from 17 yards out when it appeared on two separate occasions that he would be easily tackled behind the line of scrimage.

Northside won the game over Collins Hill 17-7.

Stuckey has not yet confirmed an official visit to Clemson, but one is the works. Other schools involved are Florida State, Auburn, Tennessee, and Florida.

Meanwhile Jeff Francouer opened up the scoring for Parkview by catching a 17-yard touchdown pass as his team defeated Valdosta 30-14. Francouer also displayed his stellar athleticism in the secondary by breaking up a couple of long pass plays.

Francouer is set with an official visit to Clemson in early January. Georgia Tech, North Carolina and Clemson are his current leaders. Top Stories