Daily Trivia: Famous Peach County receiver who was not a Super 11 pick

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Kearis Jackson is the eighth Peach County player, first since Demarcus Robinson in 2012, to make the AJC’s Super 11. No school has had more. (Dunwoody, surprisingly, also has eight.) The last three Peach County Super 11 players have been wide receivers. The other is Chris Slaughter in 2005. Ironically, Peach County’s most famous wide receiver – a former NFL player and Florida All-American – never made the Super 11 team. He was a high school quarterback as a senior. Who is he? (Answer Wednesday)

Answer to Monday’s question: Former McEachern QB A.J. Suggs was the first AJC Super 11 player ever to make his college choice public before the Super 11 team came out in preseason. Suggs committed to Tennessee in 1998.

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