12 transfers expected to make big impacts

More and more high-profile football players are moving from one high school to another. Here is a list compiled with some help from Kipp Adams of 247Sports. It's worth noting that two Georgia players who would've been strong contenders for the AJC Super 11 team transferred away. Isaac Nauta of Buford and Khalil Ladler of Stephenson are now at IMG Academy in Florida. Here are 12 that moved to Georgia high schools and are expected to make a big impact.

*CB Jaytlin Askew, McEachern: Askew is rated the No. 24 cornerback prospect nationally in the class of 2017. Auburn and Nebraska have offered. He came from Douglas County.

*WR Trey Blount, Pace Academy: Blount is rated the No. 29 Georgia prospect among juniors and has offers from Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina, among others. He came from Hillgrove.

*LB Donta Evans, Archer: Evans is committed to Ole Miss, but his stopover is Archer. Evans had more than 100 tackles last season for Lake Marion High in Santee, S.C. He's one of many reasons that Archer is ranked No. 1 in preseason (along with E.J. Price, below).

*LB/DL Jaden Hunter, Westlake: Hunter is one of the top 20 Georgia recruits in the class of 2017. He came from Riverwood.

*OL Netori Johnson, Cedar Grove: Johnson is committed to Alabama. He moved back to Georgia this year after a season at Prime Prep Academy, Deion Sanders' charter school in the Dallas-Fort Worth area that closed earlier this year because of financial problems.

*QB David Moore, Milton: Milton's new quarterback comes from Prosper High in Texas. He'll be returning to the Lone Star State next year. He is committed to SMU.

*QB Quintarius Neely, Roswell: Neely started the past two seasons at Lovejoy. He'll step in for graduated James Whitaker as the sixth-ranked Hornets' starter Friday against Lowndes.

*CB Antonio Oliver, Central Gwinnett: Oliver comes from Mays. He's probably headed to the Big Ten, with offers from Indiana and Wisconsin.

*OL E.J. Price, Archer: He was Central Gwinnett's best lineman last season. Now, Price is rated the No. 7 overall senior player in Georgia, the No. 8 tackle prospect in the country.

*WR Tyler Simmons, McEachern: Simmons has 20 Division I offers, with Alabama and Georgia among his leaders. He played last season at New Manchester.

*DE Cecil Stallings, Tucker: Stallings is committed to South Carolina and will pair with preseason all-state player Tabarius Peterson to boost Tucker's front four. He came from Chamblee.

*DB Nigel Warrior, Peachtree Ridge: In 2004, Warrior was Westlake's first first-team all-state player since Cam Newton in 2006. The consensus No. 4 safety nationally, Warrior joined a Peachtree Ridge secondary that includes blue-chip cornerbacks Baylen Buchanan and Chad Clay.

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