Cast your vote below for the best offensive lineman in Middle Georgia over the past decade.
Jerome Bibbins, Northside: Named to consecutive all-state teams as a junior and senior. Blocked for a 1,500-yard rusher as a junior, and a 2,000-yard rusher as a senior. Career blocking average of 85 percent to go with 38 pancake blocks as a senior.
Dustin Chancellor, Peach County: Dominating offensive lineman received all-state honors in 2005 when he helped lead Peach County to its first state championship.
Antwoin Daniels, Mary Persons: The three-year starter received consensus all-state honors as a senior when he compiled 35 pancake blocks. Only allowed two sacks in 30 career games. Played in the GACA All-Star Game. Signed with Auburn.
Trey Dunmon, Hawkinsville: Dunmon was a two-time All-Middle Georgia first team pick from 2003-2004. He was also an all-state pick as a senior and one of the top 50 recruits in Georgia. He helped lead the Red Devils to back-to-back state championships. Dunmon played at Georgia Tech before transferring to Georgia Southern.
Johnnie Farms, Perry: Along with Kanorris Davis, Farms is the only other two-time all-state player in school history. Farms was a consensus pick as a junior and senior. Signed with North Carolina out of high school.
Maurice Hurt, Baldwin: Another of the standouts from Baldwin’s run to the Georgia Dome in 2005, Hurt is the highest-ranked recruit at Baldwin this decade. The massive lineman received consensus all-state honors as a senior. He now plays at Florida.
Tyler Josey, Dublin: Josey led the way for the Irish's explosive rushing attack during the 2006 championship run. Josey received consensus all-state honors and was on the All-Middle Georgia first team. He now plays at Valdosta State.
Nic Riley, Houston County: Riley recieved back-to-back all-state honors from the AP in 2003 and 2004. Helped the Bears rush for over 3,000 yards as a senior. Selected for the GACA All-Star Game. Named to the All-Middle Georgia team in 2004. Played at Troy.
Russ Tanner, Johnson County: Received consensus all-state honors three times, the last coming as a senior in 2000. He was also an honorable mention as a freshman. Played at Georgia and spent some time with the Indianapolis Colts.
Seth Watts, Washington County: WACO head coach Joel Ingram called Watts the “most dominant player for WACO over the past 10 years.” Named to the Super Prep All-America. Signed with Georgia.