Former Georgia high school player Dennis “D.J.” Wonnum of South Carolina is the SEC’s defensive lineman of the week. Wonnum was credited with four solo tackles, one for a loss, broke up two passes and had a QB hurry in a 48-22 victory over Arkansas. Wonnum led a defensive line that limited the Razorbacks to 106 yards on 32 carries. For which DeKalb County high school did Wonnum play? (Answer Wednesday)
Answer to Monday’s question: Davis Mills of Greater Atlanta Christian was the most recent Georgia player before Justin Fields of Harrison to be the No. 1 QB prospect in the country. Mills, a freshman at Stanford, was the No. 15 college prospect overall in 2016. He is likely to redshirt this season. [Note: Trevor Lawrence of Cartersville also was the consensus No. 1 quarterback for many months until Fields was moved up in August. Fields and Lawrence are the consensus 1-2 players at any position in the recruiting class of 2018.]
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