Georgia's 2017 class is one of the best and deepest classes that the state has had in recent memory. All of that talent is entering the most important spring and summer of their careers so far.
The Rise of Davion Mitchell
Fresh off of a state title, Liberty County PG and Auburn commit Davion Mitchell has made the jump to number four in the state as well as into the top 30 nationally. Mitchell is one of the most explosive athletes around and could have a huge summer with the Georgia Stars.
New Big Men
With the expansion of our rankings comes a lot of players joining the rankings, including a lot of frontcourt players. The most notable is Shiloh big man TJ Massenburg at number 15. Others include North Clayton's Ahsan Asadullah, Covenant Christian's Chris Agbo, Wilkinson County's Greg Couson, South Forsyth's Evan Cole, and Stratford Academy's Nate Brooks.
Kell shot blocker Brian Thomas was the biggest rankings climber, moving up 13 spots to number 17. Greenforest guard Justin Forrest also moved up significantly to number 15, and Pebblebrook super scorer Collin Sexton moves into the top ten at number six.
South Paulding duo Kane Williams and Jacori Wilson made their debut, cracking the top 25. North Cobb Christian's Demierre Brown, Whitefield Academy's Isaiah Hart, and Newton's JD Notae all also made their way into the rankings.