Who was the top high school football player in Middle Georgia for the games played Oct. 22-24? Read the summaries below, then vote in the poll.
Montravious Gladden, Washington County: The guy known as "Whistle" continues to have a great season. He had his biggest game against Burke County, rushing for 280 yards and five touchdowns — two were longer than 60 yards — in a 44-31 win over the Bears.
Shawn Hunneycutt, Dodge County: Hunneycutt had a career-best night when he passed for 285 yards and three touchdowns in the Indians' 49-36 loss to Vidalia.
D.J. Rozier, Johnson County: The junior quarterback led the Trojans to a 28-22 comeback win over Treutlen in overtime. He rushed for a touchdown in the fourth quarter and connected with Zack Walker for the game-tying two-point conversion. He rushed for the game-winner in overtime, the final of his four rushing touchdowns. He finished with 80 yards on the ground and 186 through the air.
Jonquez Sanders, Taylor County: Sanders rushed for 217 yards and two touchdowns in a 18-14 win over Central-Talbotton.
Myles Swain, Mount de Sales: Swain found three different ways to get into the end zone in the Cavaliers' 35-14 win over Stratford. He scored on a 12-yard run, a 45-yard reception and a 27-yard interception return.