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2013 Football Super Six

2013 Football Super Six

Norcross' Myles Autry

Myles Autry


Position: Athlete

Height: 6-foot

Weight: 175 pounds

College choices: Georgia Tech, Ohio State, Oklahoma State, Florida State, Oregon, Texas A&M, Miami

Nickname: King Cinco

Place of birth: Manhattan, N.Y.

Role model: LeBron James

Favorite restaurant: Hibachi Buffet

Favorite store: QuikTrip

Favorite teacher: Mrs. Tracey Casey Mason

Favorite subject: Math

Number of text message I send a month: 500

Twitter handle: KingCinco_

Superstitions: None

Life’s dream: Being a Professional Athlete

Info file: Was the county’s most exciting all-purpose player last season. Rushed for 560 yards and six touchdowns as a running back, caught 45 passes for 632 yards and 10 TDs as a receiver and had four punt returns for touchdowns as kick returner. Injured his knee in state semifinals, but played in championship game where he caught an 11-yard touchdown pass. Is ranked the No. 24 overall player in the state by ESPN.

Coach Keith Maloof’s take: “I feel he’s as healthy as he can be right now. I’m holding him back more than probably the doctors are because I don’t want to see him get hurt or injured. He’s full speed in practice, just not contact right now.”


Peachtree Ridge's Orlando Brown

Orlando Brown


Position: Offensive tackle

Height: 6-foot-8

Weight: 345 pounds

College choice: Tennessee

Nickname: Zeus

Place of birth: Baltimore

Role model: Dad

Favorite restaurant: STK Atlanta

Favorite store: Macy’s

Favorite teacher: Spanish teacher Muriel Rios

Favorite subject: English

Text messages I send in a month: “I’m not that good with texts. I talk on the phone a lot, though.”

Twitter handle: Zeus__78

Superstitions: Have to use the same game cleats all season

Funniest teammate: Nick Glass

Life’s dream: Play in the NFL

Info file: The son of former NFL offensive tackle Orlando “Zeus” Brown, the big tackle has improved greatly since he began playing football as an eighth-grader. He moved into the Peachtree Ridge district from Maryland after his sophomore season, when the offers started pouring in from major colleges. He committed to Tennessee in early May.

Coach Mark Fleetwood’s take: “He’s here every morning. There’s been no skipping practice, no skipping summer workouts. He’s a loving kid. His nature is unbelievable. I think the next two to three years, the transformation of him into a football player will continue. He’s 17 years old, just turned 17 in May. His future is ahead of him. He can get off the ball now. He can move. He still wants to do it better than he’s doing it now and that’s what I like. He’s hungry, which is great.”

Norcross' Lorenzo Carter

Lorenzo Carter


Position: Defensive End

Height: 6-foot-6

Weight: 240 pounds

College choice: LSU, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Notre Dame, Oregon, Florida State

Nickname: Zo

Place of birth: Evansville, Ind.

Role model: Mr. Jay Nebel

Favorite restaurant: Fogo de Chao

Favorite store: H & M

Favorite teacher: Mrs. Sarah Rust

Favorite subject: Physics

Text messages I send in a month: About a bigillion!!

Twitter handle: Lcarter_25

Superstitions: None

Life’s dream: "Having a family and a dog named Turbo"

Info file: Transferred to Norcross in 2012 after leading Whitefield Academy to the Class A basketball state championship. Quickly became one of the state’s top players last season when he recorded 17 sacks and helped Norcross to the Class AAAAAA state championship. ESPN ranks him as the state’s No. 1 college prospect and No. 11 in the country overall.

Coach Keith Maloof's take: "No matter what he’s done outside (with recruiting), when the kid walks on the field, he’s full go. He’s a joy to coach."

Norcross' Kevin Mouhon


Position: Linebacker

Height: 6-foot-2

Weight: 230 pounds

College choice: Tennessee

Nickname: Moo Moo

Place of birth: Atlanta

Role model: Older brother Silverberry Mouhon

Favorite restaurant: Hibachi

Favorite store: Nike

Favorite teacher: Philip Belfrom

Favorite subject: Anatomy

Number of text message I send a month: 400

Twitter handle: @Kmoomoo48

Superstitions: None

Life’s dream: Making it to the NFL

Info file: Moved from defensive end to linebacker last year and flourished with 152 tackles, five sacks and two interceptions. ranks him as the No. 27 player in Georgia and No. 2 inside linebacker in the state and No. 12 in the country. Has been selected to play in the prestigious U.S. Army All-American game after the season.

Coach Keith Maloof’s take: “He’s grown into the (linebacker) position. We had to make some moves to get our best people on the field. He moved to linebacker and he’s handled it really well.”



Buford's Korie Rogers


Position: LB/TE

Height: 6-2

Weight: 218

College choice: Clemson

Nickname: Boss Rogers

Place of birth: Lawrenceville

Role model: Kobe Bryant

Favorite restaurant: Wild Wings

Favorite store: Nike Store

Favorite teacher: Mrs. Beach

Favorite subject: Math

Text messages I send in a month: Around 10,000

Twitter handle: KD_Rogers43

Life’s dream: "I just want to be successful. I have a family I want to support and to help people in Buford. It's where I grew up."

Info file: Grew up wearing Buford's green and gold and played football for a team named Buford starting at age 8. He used to play basketball but gave that up when he realized his potential in football when he played in some varsity games for Buford as a freshman. He committed to Clemson early to remove the stress of recruiting entering his senior year.

Coach Jess Simpson's take: "He's one of those guys I always say you could put him in a phone booth and he could still snap his hips and put his body on you pretty explosively and not need a running start.

North Gwinnett's Dante Sawyer


Position: Defensive end

Height: 6-foot-3

Weight: 250 pounds

College choices: Auburn, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee

Nickname: Tae

Place of birth: Atlanta

Role model: Grandfather

Favorite restaurant: Chipotle

Favorite store: Dick’s Sporting Goods

Favorite teacher: McCall Grosso

Favorite subject: Science

Text messages I send in a month: At least 2,000

Twitter handle: @SavageTaee_

Superstitions: No splitting poles and never leave a hat lying on the bed

Funniest teammate: Nate Brown

Life’s dream: Not letting my mom pay another bill

Info file: A difference-maker at defensive end, Sawyer began his North Gwinnett career as a running back but made his mark on defense last season. He had 83 tackles, seven sacks and two interceptions as a junior, including a highlight game in a playoff victory over Grayson. In that win, he caused and recovered a fumble on the game’s opening drive and intercepted a pass to set up North’s final touchdown. A four-star recruit by all three major services, he also is the No. 40 overall prospect on the national ESPN 300 and the No. 4 prospect in Georgia according to ESPN.

Coach Bob Sphire’s take: “He’s athletic, he’s explosive and he’s really strong. It’s not just upper or lower body strength, he’s got a mixture. He’s a lot of fun to coach, too. He’s an up-tempo, fun-loving, high-energy guy. Our team kind of feeds off that. And he’s competitive. He wants the team to be first and he wants the team to win.”

Staff Photos by Brendan Sullivan

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