2021 GHSA Boys Player Rankings

2021 GHSA Players Rankings

DISCLAIMER: If you are not listed, that does not mean you are not an exceptional player. There will be players omitted from this list that will go on to have outstanding senior seasons and collegiate careers. Use these rankings as motivation to become the best player you can be. The state of Georgia is wide and vast with many talented players. With that said, here are my picks for the top players at each position.

*Rankings don’t necessarily denote best college prospects; more so best high school players for the upcoming season
*Players are evaluated on Production, Potential & Pedigree
*Positions are defined by what the player most closely plays for his high school team


  1. Peyton Daniels (Tri-Cities)
  2. AJ White (Chattahoochee)
  3. Derrick Harris Jr. (Mitchell County)
  4. Andrew McConnell (Lanier)
  5. Emondre Bowles (Johnson-Savannah)
  6. Myles Rice (Sandy Creek)
  7. Jaden Harris (Norcross)
  8. RJ Noord (Heritage-Conyers)
  9. Danny Stubbs (Pebblebrook)
  10. Jax Bouknight (Blessed Trinity)
  11. Will Kolker (Pope)
  12. JoJo Peterson (Mt. Pisgah)
  13. Broc Bidwell (Milton)
  14. Jason Edwards (Parkview)
  15. Zach Bell (Grovetown)
  16. Sutton Smith (Denmark)
  17. Brookes Kahlert (St. Pius X)
  18. Madison Durr (Pace Academy)
  19. Travis Burrus (South Cobb)
  20. Jordan Jones (First Presbyterian Day)


  1. Kowacie Reeves Jr. (Westside-Macon)
  2. James White (Heritage-Conyers)
  3. Chance Moore (McEachern)
  4. Taihland Owens (Cherokee)
  5. Cam McDowell (McEachern)
  6. Randy Brady (McEachern)
  7. Garrison Powell (Holy Innocents’)
  8. Will Richard (Woodward Academy)
  9. Logan Turner (Centennial)
  10. Shamar Norman (Windsor Forest)
  11. Brendan Rigsbee (North Gwinnett)
  12. Kristian Ford (East Paulding)
  13. Zyair Greene (Miller Grove)
  14. Jaeden Marshall (Richmond Hill)
  15. Chancelor Johnson (Tri-Cities)
  16. Ian Davis (Discovery)
  17. Kyle Duncan (Centennial)
  18. Isaac Brito (Trinity Christian)
  19. Will Freeman (Baldwin)
  20. Clifford Davis (Thomasville)


  1. Matthew Cleveland (Pace Academy)
  2. Jusaun Holt (St. Francis)
  3. Kaleb Washington (Wheeler)
  4. Travis Harper (St. Anne-Pacelli)
  5. Jaylen Jackson (Greenforest)
  6. Kalib Clinton (Jackson County)
  7. Max Hrdlicka (Glynn Academy)
  8. Jamall Clyce (Pebblebrook)
  9. Kok Yat (Norcross)
  10. Shone Webb (Hart County)
  11. Tyler Shirley (Pebblebrook)
  12. Bobby Moore (McEachern)
  13. Kevin Taylor (Allatoona)
  14. Kervens Yacinthe (Paulding County)
  15. Wyatt Fricks (Winder-Barrow)
  16. KJ Doucet (Chapel Hill)
  17. Elijah Williams (Providence Christian)
  18. Derrick Brown (Monroe Area)
  19. Marius Ellis (Monroe)
  20. Chris Cole (Brookwood)


  1. Jabari Smith II (Sandy Creek)
  2. Elijah Tucker (Cherokee)
  3. Quay Primas (Central-Macon)
  4. Devin McGlockton (South Forsyth)
  5. Cole Middleton (Pace Academy)
  6. Omarion Smith (Douglas County)
  7. Ja’Heim Hudson (Wheeler)
  8. James Mitchell (Shiloh)
  9. Franklin Almonte (Dalton)
  10. Jatarion Warren (Tift County)
  11. Navaughn Maise (Discovery)
  12. Deandre Smart (New Hampstead)
  13. Fredrick Seabrough (Swainsboro)
  14. JaHeim Robinson (Johnson-Savannah)
  15. Corey Trotter (Cross Creek)
  16. Dara Olonande (Berkmar)
  17. Deshon Proctor (Sandy Creek)
  18. BJ Wright (Wayne County)
  19. David Giddens (Tucker)
  20. Greg Jones (Warner Robins)


  1. Ian Schieffelin (Grayson)
  2. Ryan Mutombo (Lovett)
  3. Isaiah Nelson-Ododa (Winder-Barrow)
  4. Isaac Abidde (Westover)
  5. Jordan Brown (Northside-Warner Robins)
  6. Taje Kelly (Grayson)
  7. Blake Hadley (Pebblebrook)
  8. Nate Gordon (Mt. Pisgah)
  9. Julius Lymon (Columbia)
  10. Jackson Price (Hiram)
  11. Matt Jones (Laney)
  12. Fred Spells (Portal)
  13. Ian Mathews (St. Anne-Pacelli)
  14. Dakota Orr (Banks County)
  15. Corey Thomas (Cherokee Bluff)
  16. Jordan Jones (Langston Hughes)
  17. Justin Hall (Chapel Hill)
  18. Zabriel Boozer (Butler)
  19. Cartavious Terry (Treutlen)
  20. Kai Simmons (St. Francis)