Spring Jamboree brings news from the Georgia High School Football Hall of Fame

ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS46) — Georgia high school football returns to the spotlight this Thursday night with a star-fueled four-team spring jamboree at North Gwinnett High School and televised coverage beginning at 6 p.m. on Peachtree TV, which will also feature an exclusive look at Georgia High School’s first Football Hall of Fame ahead of the induction ceremony on October 22nd.

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Northside Warner Robins and the hosting Bulldogs will go head-to-head with their JV and reserves in the first of two sessions, and the Georgia High School Football Hall of Fame Spring Jamboree, presented by GeorgiaConstructionCareers.com, will be broadcast live at 6 p.m go second session in which the players of the first team will perform.

Immediately following the end of Northside and North Gwinnett, Class 7A powerhouses Marietta and Archer will go head-to-head – starting with their first-teamers for the first session before taking their junior varsity and reserves on camera after the broadcast wraps up line up

Outstanding partnerships, a world-class digital team, on-air talent, experts and special guests have come together to capture the excitement of Georgia high school football this past season. Now, more games, world-class events, support and features are setting the stage for an unforgettable 2022 lineup.

On Thursday night’s broadcast, 247Sports recruiting expert Rusty Mansell will call out parts of the game on the sidelines with the coaches and players and the head coaches will be wearing microphones and there will be cameras in the group.

“Since agreeing to be on Score Atlanta and CBS46, I’ve made it clear that I think we need to make sure we can show the college football of tomorrow,” Mansell said. “I think the key to our early success is finding those games with multiple high quality players. It was also important to me that we are willing to go anywhere in the state of Georgia to showcase the great talent of the state and what it continues to produce.”

Thursday’s jamboree will be the first-ever televised spring scrimmage in Georgia High School football, and it’s also a fitting opportunity to celebrate everything this year with Score Atlanta and Peachtree TV’s unprecedented 35-game roster , including the two scrimmages, will come while all highlighting the excitement surrounding the Georgia High School Football Hall of Fame ahead of their October induction ceremony on Oct. 22 at the College Football Hall of Fame. In fact, on Thursday viewers will have a chance to see the first batch of names that will go to the top 100 choice. These name releases will take place during Thursday’s broadcast and four players will be announced from each of the past seven decades: 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s and the segregated Georgia Interscholastic Association (1948-69). The GIA consisted of all African American schools.

“We’re about celebrating high school football from the past to the present,” said IJ Rosenberg, President of Score Atlanta. “The 2.5 hours of television on Peachtree TV gives everyone a good look at four very strong high school programs. But at the same time, we’ll begin to unveil our ballot for the inaugural class of Georgia High School’s Football Hall of Fame. The full 100-player vote, to be announced in June, will begin to tell you the story of Georgia high school football. Our Board of Directors has worked hard to set the standards that a player must meet in order to be accepted. There are hundreds of names, many you’ve heard of and some you haven’t, that will stand a chance at this honor over the years. We’ll also have a big announcement Thursday night about what we’re going to do with the nine Georgia high school players inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame. I hope everyone tunes in because we’re going to have a lot of fun at North Gwinnett.”

Georgia High School Football Hall of Fame Spring Jamboree

19 May at North Gwinnett

6 p.m. North Gwinnett vs. Northside Warner Robins

7pm Archer vs. Marietta

Sheriff Taylor’s Cup

August 6 at Meadowcreek High School

1pm Brookwood 7th grade vs. Parkview 7th grade

Corky Kell classic

August 17 at John’s Creek

5:30 p.m. Kell vs. Cherokee Bluff

8:30 p.m. Johns Creek vs. Parkview

18 August at West Forsyth

5:30 p.m. North Atlanta vs. North Forsyth

8:30pm West Forsyth v Archer

August 19 in Rome

2:30pm Fellowship Christian vs Mt Pisgah

5:30 p.m. Cass vs. Kennesaw Mountain

8:30pm Rome vs Creekside

August 20th at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium

10 a.m. McEachern vs. North Gwinnett

1pm Brookwood v Norcross

4 p.m. Walton vs. Mill Creek

7 p.m. Marietta vs. Grayson

Big Atlanta party

August 26 at Midtown High School

8 p.m. North Atlanta vs. Drew

August 27 at Midtown High School

10 a.m. Carver vs. Riverdale

1 p.m. Mays vs. Douglas County

4 p.m. South Atlanta vs. Chapel Hill

Drive for the GHSA State Title

Regular Season

September 2nd

8.00pm North Cobb in Buford

the 9th of September

8 p.m. Jefferson in Oconee County

September 16 (TBA)

September 23 (TBA)

September 30 (TBA)

7 October (TBA)

October 14 (TBA)

*21. October (HOF GAME)

October 28 (TBA)

November 4 (TBA)

postseason

November 11 (TBA)

November 18 (TBA)

November 25 (TBA)

December 2 (TBA)

*Georgia High School Football Hall of Fame game

October 21 at Brookwood High School

8 p.m. Grayson at Brookwood

Georgia High School Football Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

October 22 in the College Football Hall of Fame

Georgia Elite Classic

December 29 at the Barron Stadium in Rome

10:00 8th Grade All-Star Game

12:45 p.m. Senior vs. Junior All-Star Game

3:30 p.m. Sophomore vs. Freshmen All-Star Game

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