Buckeye Football Camp held
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Mirror Photo / Mary Laschinger Kirby<br>
THOSE ATTENDING the15th Annual Gilmer Buckeye Football Camp this week at Buckeye Stadium included, front row from left, Christopher Guillen, Landon Watson, Thorne Ragin, Brennen Wilson, Cooper Young, Kendall Jackson, Braelyn Ward, Ben Lander, Jaydan Knight, Ty Taylor, Parker Gilow, Clayton Nugent, Nate Winn, Chase Waller, Jaydon Griffin, Jared Ward, Jett Jones, Devon Bryant, Landon Jackson, Dylan Skinner, Hunter Eitel, Mason Hurt, Aries Biagas, Skyler Hall; second row, Cullen Finney, Tristen McKeehan, Luke Watson, Gavin Lhuilier, Matthew Mauldin, Aaron Duhart, Cutter Montgomery, Ethan Bihnsack, Jay Summerville, Grant Couture, Nick Hamilton, Darrell Bush, Chris Biagas, Malik Williams, Karson Martin, Brantley Murray, Eddie Ray, Carson Barba, Mason Norred, Colby Winn, Jake Mayhan, Travis Parker, Matt Faggiona;  third row, Blake Oliverer, Riley Hendrix, Braden Knight, Brandon Blaelt, Trae Hampton, Jarvis Ross, Keiotti Bray, Jackson Dodd, Devon King, Kacob Knight, Dylan Dodson, George Jaramillo, Dalton Henson, Marc Sostarich, Kaleb Chapman, Josh Ray, Tra Fluellan, Jo Gaspar, Braydon Bates, Cameron Wisdom, Luke Metzel, Sean Collins, Logan Anderson, Ethan Martin, Brody Powledge, Evelio Mendoza, Isaiah McCowin, Christain Fluellan; fourth row, Dean Haws, Wilson Nugent, Dawson Jones, Jacob Choyce, Jayden Crump, Parker Dodd, Pedro Nava, Yabsera deGala, Quincy Bowens, Racel Orona, Montrell Bush, Morgan Lasty, Dain Goudarzi, Jacob Ordy, Trent Pierce, Red Jones, Todd Cain, Jaryd Chapman, Bryce Overstreet, Andrew Denton, Aaron Brown, Rashaad Ward, Mason Crockett, Jose Rodriguez, Juston Davis, Jacob Deen, Grayson Traylor, D.Q. Lawson, Riley Quinn; and fifth row, Kyle Alexander, Landon Green, Juan Garcia, Martin Orona, Zak Jordan, Jamareon Granville, Cade Camp and Jordan Taylor. Among those enrolled in the camp, only nine were born before Coach Jeff Traylor took the Gilmer job as athletic director. Several are the children of men he has coached.
Mirror Photo / Mary Laschinger Kirby
THOSE ATTENDING the15th Annual Gilmer Buckeye Football Camp this week at Buckeye Stadium included, front row from left, Christopher Guillen, Landon Watson, Thorne Ragin, Brennen Wilson, Cooper Young, Kendall Jackson, Braelyn Ward, Ben Lander, Jaydan Knight, Ty Taylor, Parker Gilow, Clayton Nugent, Nate Winn, Chase Waller, Jaydon Griffin, Jared Ward, Jett Jones, Devon Bryant, Landon Jackson, Dylan Skinner, Hunter Eitel, Mason Hurt, Aries Biagas, Skyler Hall; second row, Cullen Finney, Tristen McKeehan, Luke Watson, Gavin Lhuilier, Matthew Mauldin, Aaron Duhart, Cutter Montgomery, Ethan Bihnsack, Jay Summerville, Grant Couture, Nick Hamilton, Darrell Bush, Chris Biagas, Malik Williams, Karson Martin, Brantley Murray, Eddie Ray, Carson Barba, Mason Norred, Colby Winn, Jake Mayhan, Travis Parker, Matt Faggiona; third row, Blake Oliverer, Riley Hendrix, Braden Knight, Brandon Blaelt, Trae Hampton, Jarvis Ross, Keiotti Bray, Jackson Dodd, Devon King, Kacob Knight, Dylan Dodson, George Jaramillo, Dalton Henson, Marc Sostarich, Kaleb Chapman, Josh Ray, Tra Fluellan, Jo Gaspar, Braydon Bates, Cameron Wisdom, Luke Metzel, Sean Collins, Logan Anderson, Ethan Martin, Brody Powledge, Evelio Mendoza, Isaiah McCowin, Christain Fluellan; fourth row, Dean Haws, Wilson Nugent, Dawson Jones, Jacob Choyce, Jayden Crump, Parker Dodd, Pedro Nava, Yabsera deGala, Quincy Bowens, Racel Orona, Montrell Bush, Morgan Lasty, Dain Goudarzi, Jacob Ordy, Trent Pierce, Red Jones, Todd Cain, Jaryd Chapman, Bryce Overstreet, Andrew Denton, Aaron Brown, Rashaad Ward, Mason Crockett, Jose Rodriguez, Juston Davis, Jacob Deen, Grayson Traylor, D.Q. Lawson, Riley Quinn; and fifth row, Kyle Alexander, Landon Green, Juan Garcia, Martin Orona, Zak Jordan, Jamareon Granville, Cade Camp and Jordan Taylor. Among those enrolled in the camp, only nine were born before Coach Jeff Traylor took the Gilmer job as athletic director. Several are the children of men he has coached.
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Mirror Photo / Mary Laschinger Kirby

THOSE ATTENDING the15th Annual Gilmer Buckeye Football Camp this week at Buckeye Stadium included, front row from left, Christopher Guillen, Landon Watson, Thorne Ragin, Brennen Wilson, Cooper Young, Kendall Jackson, Braelyn Ward, Ben Lander, Jaydan Knight, Ty Taylor, Parker Gilow, Clayton Nugent, Nate Winn, Chase Waller, Jaydon Griffin, Jared Ward, Jett Jones, Devon Bryant, Landon Jackson, Dylan Skinner, Hunter Eitel, Mason Hurt, Aries Biagas, Skyler Hall; second row, Cullen Finney, Tristen McKeehan, Luke Watson, Gavin Lhuilier, Matthew Mauldin, Aaron Duhart, Cutter Montgomery, Ethan Bihnsack, Jay Summerville, Grant Couture, Nick Hamilton, Darrell Bush, Chris Biagas, Malik Williams, Karson Martin, Brantley Murray, Eddie Ray, Carson Barba, Mason Norred, Colby Winn, Jake Mayhan, Travis Parker, Matt Faggiona; third row, Blake Oliverer, Riley Hendrix, Braden Knight, Brandon Blaelt, Trae Hampton, Jarvis Ross, Keiotti Bray, Jackson Dodd, Devon King, Kacob Knight, Dylan Dodson, George Jaramillo, Dalton Henson, Marc Sostarich, Kaleb Chapman, Josh Ray, Tra Fluellan, Jo Gaspar, Braydon Bates, Cameron Wisdom, Luke Metzel, Sean Collins, Logan Anderson, Ethan Martin, Brody Powledge, Evelio Mendoza, Isaiah McCowin, Christain Fluellan; fourth row, Dean Haws, Wilson Nugent, Dawson Jones, Jacob Choyce, Jayden Crump, Parker Dodd, Pedro Nava, Yabsera deGala, Quincy Bowens, Racel Orona, Montrell Bush, Morgan Lasty, Dain Goudarzi, Jacob Ordy, Trent Pierce, Red Jones, Todd Cain, Jaryd Chapman, Bryce Overstreet, Andrew Denton, Aaron Brown, Rashaad Ward, Mason Crockett, Jose Rodriguez, Juston Davis, Jacob Deen, Grayson Traylor, D.Q. Lawson, Riley Quinn; and fifth row, Kyle Alexander, Landon Green, Juan Garcia, Martin Orona, Zak Jordan, Jamareon Granville, Cade Camp and Jordan Taylor. Among those enrolled in the camp, only nine were born before Coach Jeff Traylor took the Gilmer job as athletic director. Several are the children of men he has coached.
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