Touchdown Club of Gwinnett Honors Football Players in Norcross

Lots of football players at Norcross High, Greater Atlanta Christian and Meadowcreek High were recognized at the club's annual awards banquet.

The Touchdown Club of Gwinnett recognized a number of amazing high school football teams, players and coaches, including from Norcross High, Meadowcreek High and Greater Atlanta Christian, at this year's awards banquet held Thursday.

Of Norcross High, Alvin Kamara was named running back of the year and Myles Autry was awarded as specialist of the year, according to the Gwinnett Daily Post.

Other recognized players from Norcross-area schools include:

First-team defense:
DL Lorenzo Carter, LB Tommy Tate, DB Shon Akins, Norcross

Second-team offense:
WR Clinton Lynch, OL Joseph Ledford, Norcross

Second-team defense:
DL Jahmal Jones, DB Jaquan Simpkins, Norcross
P Ross Wood, GAC

Kevin Maloof Award (for the player who puts the team above himself):
Joseph Wilber, Norcross
Brandon Gocool, Meadowcreek
Kyle Scales, GAC

Cecil Morris Award (for the all-county-caliber player whose season was cut short by injury):
J.S. Ezoua, Norcross
Andrew Lewis, GAC

Scholar-Athlete Award:
Bryant Henderson, Norcross
Razaq Lewis, Meadowcreek
Peter Whiteneck, GAC

Tally Johnson Award (awarded to assistant coaches of the year):
Bond Crosby, Meadowcreek
Shane Woodward, GAC

Dave Hunter Award (for outstanding community service):
Ann McWilliams, Norcross
Michelle Herndon, Meadowcreek

Check the full list on the Gwinnett Prep Sports page on the Gwinnett Daily Post.

On Friday, Norcross High defeated Colquit County in the 2012 semifinals while GAC lost to Jefferson High. The Blue Devils will face Lovejoy next week for the championship.


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