Brookwood may not be ranked in this week's Georgia Coaches Poll, but there's no doubt that the Broncos are one of the hottest team in the entire Peach State.
At 5-2 overall - including an undefeated 4-0 mark in Region play - Brookwood has bounced back after starting the team with two straight losses. In five wins since that early losing streak, the Broncos have outscored their opponents by an average of 28.2 points.
For the season, Brookwood has allowed just 11.9 points per game while they are scoring 32.9 points by an offense that is led by talented rusher Kenny Miles, who leads all Gwinnett County players in rushing yards.
As for Grayson (6-1, 4-0 Region), the Rams have been just as hot after an early setback.
After falling to Norcross in week three, Grayson has won four straight. Last week's 17-7 defeat of Central Gwinnett marked the first time in the current win streak that the Rams had given up a single point.
Led by Vanderbilt commitment Tristan Strong, the Grayson defense is allowing just 8.4 points per game all season.
Brookwood has won three straight over Grayson, including last year's defensive slugfest that resulted in a 13-7 score. Prior to that ballgame, the Broncos ran away with 2005's matchup, 37-13.
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