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Top Georgia performers at Rivals Challenge

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Carl LawsonDE
Alpharetta, GAMilton

Lawson, as has become the norm this summer, dominated the 1on1 drills at the Rivals Challenge. His strong, compact frame make him very tough to block, and he has an unreal motor. He will also try his hand at anything and is not afraid of any competition.

5 stars6'2"253Auburn
#2Demarcus RobinsonWR
Fort Valley, GAPeach County

Robinson played some running back and some wide receiver in the 7on7 competition, and looked comfortable in each role. The Peach County star reeled in multiple touchdowns and ran crisp, clean routes.

4 stars6'2"200Florida
#3Trey JohnsonLB
Lawrenceville, GACentral Gwinnett

Johnson is at home in space and is a natural leader. He did a great job calling the defense for the Southeast, and has excellent athleticism for a big, developed linebacker. He is also a full time competitor.

4 stars6'1"222Ohio St.
#4Shaquille WigginsDB
Tyrone, GASandy Creek

Wiggins wasn't perfect on during the camp, but he made it clear that he belonged there. Wiggins has excellent footwork, great ball skills, and showed impressive physicality when jamming receivers at the line of scrimmage.

4 stars5'10"166Georgia
#5Johnathon McCraryQB
Ellenwood, GACedar Grove

MrCrary started slow on Sunday, but settled in for an event that didn't necessarily play to his strengths. McCrary is a guy who wants to move around and make plays with his arm and legs, but still did well throwing the ball around to his Southeast teammates.

4 stars6'4"200Vanderbilt

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