Killin' It

Heard County's Dontavius Jackson had a 400 yard night enroute to leading his team to a perfect regular season record.

Class of 2006 Michigan Signee Carlos Brown may have helped to put Heard County High School on the map last year, but former teammate Dontavius Jackson is making sure that recruiters and recruitniks alike don't forget about them.

Jackson closed his regular season in style on Friday night with 42 carries for 405 yards and five touchdowns in a 35 to 21 victory over Lamar County.

Jackson leads his team to the playoffs this weekend against Morgan County. Morgan County has its work cut out for them. In helping to lead his team to a 10-0 regular season record, Jackson finished the regular season with 2206 yards on 195 carries, averaging 11.3 yards per carry, and 26 touchdowns.

Jackson was a standout as a sophomore at the Kennedy/CES Combine in January, and he will be one of the more heavily recruited prospects in the state of Georgia for the Class of 2008.

First things first though, Always one of the most intriguing classifications in the state of Georgia, Heard takes on Morgan County this weekend and if the Braves can hold serve as the #1 seed from their region, they will likely have to face Fitzgerald or Swainsboro for the right to play in the Georgia Dome.

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