Cast your vote below for the best outside linebacker in Middle Georgia over the past decade.
Kanorris Davis, Perry: Two-time consensus all-state player. Ferocious defender led the Panthers with 120 tackles, six tackles for loss, five forced fumbles and three sacks as a senior. Perry advanced to the quarterfinals in one of the best seasons in school history. He is one of only two Perry players in school history to be named all-state twice. Had 100 tackles, eight sacks and seven forced fumbles as a junior. Plays at Troy.
Darius Dewberry, Peach County: As a senior, Dewberry had 96 tackles, nine tackles for loss, nine quarterback pressures, six sacks and two interceptions. Named conensus all-state as a senior in 2004. Had 66 tackles and six sacks as a junior. Two-time All-Middle Georgia pick. Played in GACA all-star game. Plays at Georgia.
Antonio Clay, Twiggs County: Had 136 tackles, 18 tackles for loss and six sacks as a senior. Played in GACA all-star game. Ranked as the ninth-best player in Georgia by SuperPrep in 2004. Selected as a consensus all-state pick in 2004. Played at Clemson.
Boston McCornell, Northeast: Received all-state honors from the GACA as a senior after being named honorable mention all-state as a sophomore, junior and senior by the AP. Had 112 tackles and seven sacks as a senior. He helped lead the Northeast defense pitch six shutouts in 2003. Had an all-conference career at Western Michigan.
Deauntay Legrier, Wilcox County: Accumulated 126 tackles, 10 tackles for loss, nine sacks and six forced fumbles as a senior in 2007 when he led the Patriots to their first state championship game appearance this decade. Named the GACA Class A Defensive Player of the Year in 2007. He was a consensus all-state pick. Had 120 tackles and 12 sacks as a junior. Signed with Western Michigan.
Alex Williams, West Laurens: Led team with 123 tackles and three interceptions as a senior in 2002. Had 116 tackles and five sacks as a junior. Four-year starter. Signed with Duke. Named to the AP all-state team as a junior in 2001.