Derrick Mahone/Douglas County Sentinel Chapel Hill senior Cameron Gill was named to the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association all-state team in Class AAAAA.

The last of the football accolades were released this week when the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association named its all-state teams in all six classifications.

Three players from the county made all-state in Class AAAAA.

Named to the North squad, which consist of players from Regions 5,6,7,8 where Manchester senior Brian Herrien, Alexander junior Justin Hall and Chapel Hill senior Cameron Gill.

All three players were earlier named to the all-county, all-region and to the Georgia Sportswriters Association all-state teams.

Herrien, a running back, led Class AAAAA in rushing yards this past season. The 6-foot-1, 205-pounder rushed for 1,873 yards on 226 carries and 14 touchdowns. He averaged 8.3 yards per carry.

This past season, the Jaguars finished 5-5 with Herrien having five games of at least 200 yards rushing. He had a season-best 294 yards and a pair of touchdowns in a 38-28 loss to Paulding County.

Hall established himself as one of the top junior players in the state with a record-setting performance this past season.

The 5-foot-10 wide receiver had a school-record 86 receptions for 1,309 yards and 11 touchdowns. He averaged 15.2 yards per catch for the Cougars, which finished third in Region 5-AAAAA.

Hall, who also plays basketball for the school, had seven 100-yard receiving games. His best game was a 200-yard, six-reception performance against in a win over Villa Rica that included two touchdowns.

The Cougars lost 25-11 to Gainesville in the first round of the state playoffs.

Gill was the only defensive players of the trio to make the GACA all-state team. A defensive end for the Panthers, Gill had 67 total tackles and 24 tackles for loss. He also recorded 10 sacks for the Panthers.

The 6-foot-3, 215-pounder signed a scholarship to play at Wagner, a NCAA Div. I Football Championship Subdivision school in New York.

He was also a finalist for the Howard Thompson Trophy.

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