Posted On: 01/8/21 8:42 AM

In Class 5A, it was the legendary Warner Robins Demons who once again took home the state championship. The middle Georgia powerhouse took easy care of the region that includes some other really impressive programs. The Demons are loaded with talent, but the other teams in the region also displayed some high-quality talent throughout the 2020 season.

Here are a few standout players from the region who had breakout years in 2020.


Warner Robins:

It starts and ends with senior QB Jalen AddieJalenAddie6'3" | QBWarner Robins | 2021StateGA. The dual-threat QB led an outstanding Demons offense to the state title with ease and ended the season with a statement 62-28 win over Cartersville. The 6-foot-3 205-pounder was dynamic in 2020, throwing for 1,944 yards and rushing for and 947 yards. He threw 21 TD passes and rushed for 11 more. He kept defenses on their heels all year and executed Warner Robin’s offense to perfection.

On defense, the Demons were led by sensational sophomore DE Vic Burley and senior LB Demarcious Robinson, an Army commitment. Robinson was a tackling machine for Warner Robins, making 118 total tackles and recording four sacks. Burley, one of the top-ranked defenders in the entire 2023 class,

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