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Posted On: 07/23/20 4:50 PM

Playing in one of the most competitive regions in the state last year (two teams played each other for the state championship while another boasted the state’s leading rusher) Creekview still managed to finish 6-4. In the program’s 14-year history, the Grizzlies have failed to finish above .500 only three times and have regularly produced Division 1 talent.

Creekview will be without last year’s playmaker Ethan Dirrim (Mercer) but brings back a number of talented players at key positions. A few have received their initial college offers and big seasons could see the expansion of their college opportunities.

Brody Rhodes - QB/Dual - Class of 2021

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Rhodes has taken snaps behind center for the Grizzlies since his sophomore season and was the best dual-threat signal-caller in Cherokee County a year ago. He accounted for more than 2,000 total yards (1,600 passing and 432 rushing yards) and was rewarded by an offer from The Citadel this past spring. Kennesaw State came calling with an offer this week which leads me to believe Rhodes’ recruitment could heat up dramatically over the next few months.

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