Georgia football commitments again on the small screen


On the NFHS Sports Network this week you can once again see Georgia football commitments Terry Godwin of Callaway and Sage Hardin of Marist.

Callaway welcome’s in Rockmart to Hogansville for a Region 5AAA contest. The game is worth a look.

The 5’11” 166 lb Godwin is the top rated athlete in Georgia and a Rivals number 8 national recruit.

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After defeating national power


of Tallahasse and rumbling through the season to a combined 194 to 27 point advantage, Sage Hardin’s


team gave up 10 fourth quarter points to cross town and region rival

St. Pius

to lose 10 – 9.


is not a bad team, but I wouldn’t let the kids watch this week’s game against Grady in Grady Stadium.

Hardin is a 6’6” Rivals 3-star offensive line recruit.

If you haven’t had a look at Hardin and Godby, by all means take the opportunity, but there are some great games around the state to get out and see. With the help of Maxprep sports Georgia High School Football Daily, Dawn of the Dawg has one suggestion out of the many great games being played.

Colquitt County vs Valdosta, 8 p.m. Friday, Cleveland Field at Bazemore-Hyder Stadium, Valdosta. Colquitt County is 7-0 overall, 2-0 in Region 1-AAAAAA and ranked first in the state while Valdosta is 7-0, 2-0 in Region 1-AAAAAA and ranked third in the state.

I’m not sure what else one needs to know. This should be a fantastic game in a fantastic setting with fantastic atmosphere.

This game is also available online at NFHS Network. Georgia High School Football Daily provides some background.

Valdosta is 15-12-1 all-time against teams ranked No. 1 by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution). The last victory over a No. 1 came in the 1998 Class AAAA championship game against McEachern. 2.

Colquitt County features several region leading offensive stars. The Colquitt County offensive stars will face Valdosta’s AAAAAA-leading scoring defense (6.3 points allowed).

Valdosta is a good passing team and uses two quarterbacks – Seth Shuman (41-of-79, 606 yards, six TDs) and Cole Massingill (51-of-75, 478, two). They have not thrown an interception.

For more great games played by great kids and the back ground on each, follow the link to the Georgia High School Football Daily and find a game to go watch.