NUC HITS THE ROAD
North Gwinnett vs. Collins Hill
When: October 26, 2012, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Fahring Field, Suwanee, Georgia
Last Season Records: North Gwinnett (10-2) Collins Hill (5-6)
Last Meeting: 10/16/11 North Gwinnett 34 Collins Hill 10
North Gwinnett Bulldogs (6-1/4-1) AAAAAA Region 7
Coach: Bob Sphire
Notes: Coach Sphire took over the reign of North Gwinnett Football in 2006. In that time he has compiled a magnificent (73-12) record. He has won ten or more games in six straight seasons. The Bulldogs have won four straight in the series versus Collins Hill. This year's team is averaging over 36 points per contest. Both North Gwinnett and Collins Hill have lost to fellow AAAAAA Region 7 opponent Norcross.
Players to Watch: Jalen Brooks, LB, 6-3/210 (Maryland Commit); Donnie Miles, ATH, 5-11/190 (North Carolina Commit); DeVondre Seymour, OL, 6-6/295 (7 plus offers)
Others to Watch: Nate Brown, WR, 6-2/190 (2014); Andy Kwon, OL, 6-3/260 (Georgia Southern Commit); Dante Sawyer, DL, 6-3/230 (2014) (Two plus offers)
Notable Alumni: Jared Cook (Starting TE Tennessee Titans); Jawuan James, OL (Starting Tackle Tennessee Volunteers)
Collins Hill Screaming Eagles (5-2/4-1) AAAAAA Region 7
Coach: Kevin Reach
Notes: Coach Reach took over the helm at Collins Hill in 2010. In that time he has compiled a (20-12) record. The Screaming Eagles also come into this contest averaging over 36 points per game. This is a heated rivalry for two schools located in the same town only eight miles apart. The winner of this game will all but sew up AAAAAA Region 7 second place.
Players to Watch: Brett Sheehan, QB, 6-2/195 (FIU Commit); Justin Wyatt, WR, 6-2/190 (Ohio U. Commit)
Others to watch: Christian Harris, OL/DL, 6-6/265 (2014)
Notable Alumni: Brandon Coutu, K, Georgia (Highest FG percentage 80% in UGA History); Zachary Davis, LB, Tulane (Second leading tackler on team); Taylor Heinicke, QB, Old Dominion (Broke DI record this year with 730 passing yards in one game); Jordan Parker, RB, MTSU (Second leading rusher for MTSU)
#Special thanks to the GHSFHA (Georgia High School Football Historians Association)