High School Acheievement Awards - Coach and Player of the Year

Coach of the Year
Dell McGee - Carver High School

Dell McGee is currently the Head Football Coach at Carver High School in Columbus, GA. He played high school football at Kendrick in Columbus under the direction of Buzz Busby. He rushed for over 4,000 yards and 55 TD's during his high school career. He was a member of two state Track championships and he received a football scholarship to Auburn University as a running back. In 1991, he was red-shirted. He played nickel back for the 1993 11-0 team at Auburn. He started every game at cornerback in 1994 and 1995. McGee was a four year lettermen at Auburn. He played in the Senior Bowl in 1996. He also worked out at the 1996 NFL Combine. McGee was drafted by the Arizona Cardinals in the 5th round of the 1996 NFL Draft as a cornerback. He was a member of the Arizona Cardinals organization until 1998. He participated in the NFLE All World team as a cornerback. Concluding that season, he was signed by the Detroit Lions. He was a member of their organization until a knee injury settlement was reached and the injury ended his stint in the NFL. He started as a cornerback for the LA Extreme of the Xtreme Football League (XFL) and their team won the inagural XFL Championship.


Player of the Year
Washaun Ealey - Emanuel County Institute

Washuan Ealey was named by the 100% Wrong Club and the Atlanta Journal Constitution as the 2007 High School Player of the Year. Mr. Ealey is a junior running back for the Emanuel County Institute Football team (Bulldogs). This past season Mr. Ealey had a record breaking year with an average of four touchdowns per game. He topped the season with 58 touchdowns and led his team to the Class-A title. This was the first State Championship in the school's history. The previous record holder for touchdowns was Darius Walker of Buford High School who was also the 100% Wrong Club's past outstanding High School honoree.

According to Milan Turner, Washuan's coach, he is dedicated and has never missed a summer workout, a fall practice, or a game since Turner was hired and met Washuan as an eighth-grader in the spring of 2005. Washuan has dreams of being a Georgia Bulldog.

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