Monday, the Atlanta Journal-Consitution released it's Super 11 prospects for both AAAAA and AAAA classifications.
Here is a look at the list put together by AJC staff writer Todd Holcomb as well as recruiting information about each prospect in class AAAAA.
Super 11 for AAAAA:
1. Greg Reid, Lowndes, DB/RB - Reid is committed to the University of Florida.
2. Abry Jones, Northside-Warner Robins, DT - Jones is committed to the University of Georgia.
3. Joel Kight, M. L. King, LB/RB - Kight boasts an offer from Boston College, Indiana and Oklahoma State.
4.Kevin Minter, Peachtree Ridge, LB - Minter is committed to LSU.
5.Mikey Tamburo, North Gwinnett, QB - Tamburo is interested in programs such as Alabama, Vanderbilt and Texas Tech.
6. Andre Harris, Lovejoy, OL - Harris is committed to Auburn.
7. Alan Bonner, Newnan, WR - Newnan has scholarship offers from Air Force, Akron and UAB.
8. Nigel Mitchell-Thornton, Stephenson, LB - Mitchell-Thornton has narrowed his final college choices to Stanford, Mississippi State, Tennessee and Georgia Tech.
9. Derrick Lott, North Cobb, DB - Lott possesses one offer from Oklahoma State.
10. Mike Gilliard, Valdosta, LB - Gilliard is committed to the University of Georgia.
11. Gerald Demps, Lowndes, DB - Demps is committed to Florida State.
AJC Names Super 11 for Class 5A
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