THE REST OF THE 2018 CA­TOOSA-WALKER FOOT­BALL DREAM TEAM DE­FENSE

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DL Jer­miah Turner (Ridge­land) The sopho­more stepped up his game and made 54 tack­les with six tack­les for loss, in­clud­ing one sack. He also re­cov­ered three fum­bles for the Pan­thers.

DL Gar­ri­son Rhudy (Ring­gold) The se­nior fin­ished with 76 tack­les, 33 of the solo va­ri­ety, to go with four tack­les for loss and two sacks to help the Tigers make the state play­offs.

DL Lan­don Ray­burn (Lafayette) The se­nior had a solid fi­nal year with 56 tack­les, six sacks, four tack­les for loss, a forced fum­ble, a fum­ble re­cov­ery and one pass breakup.

DL Brax­ton Jones (LFO) The se­nior was a force in the mid­dle with 37.5 tack­les, 30 solo, and three sacks among his 10 tack­les for loss. He also forced a fum­ble for the War­riors.

LB Calvin Dal­las (Ridge­land) The se­nior had 36 solo tack­les as part of his 80 to­tal stops. He also fin­ished with two tack­les for loss, a forced fum­ble and one in­ter­cep­tion for the Pan­thers.

LB Zach Brown (Her­itage) The sopho­more had 76 tack­les, 59 solo, for the Gen­er­als to go with eight tack­les for loss and a pair of fum­ble re­cov­er­ies.

LB Dal­ton Green (Ring­gold) The se­nior had 109 to­tal tack­les, 56 solo, with five stops for loss, five forced fum­bles, two fum­ble re­cov­er­ies and a sack. He also rushed for 435 yards and five TDS.

LB Kyle White (Ring­gold) The fresh­man stepped right into the start­ing lineup and proved he be­longed with 95 to­tal tack­les and two sacks. A to­tal of 51 of his stops were solo.

LB Dy­lan Swan­son (Ridge­land) The se­nior had an out­stand­ing year with 55 tack­les, in­clud­ing 11 for loss, and five sacks. He also forced one fum­ble and re­cov­ered two more.

DB Jor­dan Hugh­ley (Ridge­land) The se­nior was all over the field for the Pan­thers, record­ing 69 tack­les and three in­ter­cep­tions. He also re­cov­ered a fum­ble and scored a de­fen­sive touch­down.

DB Shawn Wil­son (Ridge­land) The se­nior fin­ished with 45 solo stops among his 70 tack­les. Four his tack­les went for loss and he also re­cov­ered a fum­ble and picked off a pair of passes.

DB Ja­cob King (LFO) The ju­nior had 75.5 tack­les, 65 solo, while break­ing up seven passes and col­lect­ing four in­ter­cep­tions. He also caught three passes on of­fense, all for touch­downs.

DB Blake Gold­smith (Ring­gold) The se­nior was a leader with 51 tack­les, six in­ter­cep­tions, eight passes de­fended, one fum­ble re­cov­ery, one forced fum­ble and one de­fen­sive touch­down.

DB Bray­den Broome (Ring­gold) The ju­nior had 29 tack­les, but was in the right place at the right time with five picks, six passes de­fended and two in­ter­cep­tions that he re­turned for touch­downs.

ATH Ruddy Ware (LFO) The se­nior had 33 tack­les, 30 solo, with nine pass breakups and four in­ter­cep­tions. He also scored twice on of­fense and re­turns for the state-play­off par­tic­i­pants.

P Char­lie Har­less (LFO) Col­leges have taken an in­ter­est in the se­nior, who made the Re­cruit Geor­gia Class 3A All-state team by av­er­ag­ing 46.5 yards on 23 punts this past sea­son.

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