Vote for Prep Football Player of the Week

sports@macon.comSeptember 2, 2012 

Here are the candidates for our first Prep Football Player of the Week. You can vote in the poll in the Telegraph Sports Facebook page.

Taylor Boyett, Houston County: Boyett passed for 261 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for another touchdown in the Bears’ 35-23 win over Harris County.

Taye Brantley, East Laurens: Brantley rushed for 143 yards and three touchdowns on 10 carries. He also caught two passes for 81 yards and a touchdown in a 40-6 win over Howard.

Tajhea Chambers, Baldwin: Chambers passed for 195 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 52 yards and two touchdowns in a 33-14 win over Jefferson County.

Makail Grace, Wilcox County: Grace passed for 407 yards and four touchdowns and added 75 yards and a touchdown on the ground in a win over Wilkinson County. Grace scored the winning touchdown with 47 seconds left for the 43-39 win.

Keshun Hill, Northside: Hill rushed for 78 yards and two touchdowns on four carries and also caught an 18-yard touchdown pass in the Eagles’ 45-7 romp over Flowery Branch.

Darius Jackson, Northeast: Jackson rushed for 177 yards and three touchdowns – he added two 2-point conversion runs – in a 48-6 win over Twiggs County.

Dante Jenkins, CFCA: Jenkins rushed for 155 yards and three touchdowns in the Lancers’ 46-14 win over John Hancock.

Scott McCormick, FPD: McCormick caught five passes for 197 yards and a touchdown in FPD’s 41-38 loss to George Walton.

Demarcus Robinson, Peach County: Robinson caught four passes for 131 yards and two touchdowns in a 21-14 win over rival Perry. Robinson also scored the game-winning points on an interception return for a touchdown.

William Walker, Washington County: Walker rushed for 76 yards and two touchdowns and went a perfect 5-for-5 passing for 133 yards and two more touchdowns in the Golden Hawks’ blowout win over Grovetown.

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