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Player of the Week: Logan Stokes

This week’s AllOnGeorgia Player of the Week honors brought to you by Jim Aaron’s Summerville McDonalds go to Trion Football’s TE/DE Logan Stokes

Stokes had 14 total tackles, 2 tackles for loss, 1 quarterback pressure and one touchdown reception in the 28-0 shutout over Lafayette (AAA).

“Logan is a really good player,” Bulldog Head Coach Sean Patrick said. “He has the ability to change the game on both sides of the ball.”

“For being a junior, Logan has played a ton of snaps. He’s been in about every situation possible. It’s been fun to watch him grow and develop into the player he is today. He’s such a great kid and hard worker,” Patrick said.

As a sophomore, Stokes led the region in sacks and he has a goal this season of having the school record for sacks in a single season.

When asked what made the shutout over Lafayette special, Stokes said, “It’s a pride thing, especially at the end when they have 4 downs from the 7 yard line, no better feeling.”

Stokes said his favorite play of the game was, “when we stopped them on the goal line at the end of the game.”

Stokes has a 3.5 GPA, his favorite class is Economics and his favorite teacher is Coach Sanders.

AOG: What makes a good leader in football?

Stokes: Someone that holds themselves and their teammates accountable.

AOG: What qualities make a good football coach?

Stokes: Being relentless and driven to get better.

AOG: What’s the best part of being a Trion football player?

Stokes: The community support is second to none, wouldn’t want to be anywhere else.

AOG: In ten years where do you see yourself?

Stokes: Not so sure yet. Wherever God wants me to be.

AOG: Who is your role model and why?

Stokes: My Dad, I admire his passion. He always wants the best for the people he loves.

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