Colquitt County High wins their annual 7-7 passing tournament at Packer Park Friday.
The fourth annual tournament brought in 12 schools from Georgia, Florida and Alabama.
The field included Valdosta and Ware County this year.
Colquitt County coach Rush Propst started the Hoover 7-7 tournament.
The Hoover tournament is now one of the biggest in the nation and Rush Propst will take his Colquitt County team to compete in the 10th annual Hoover tournament next weekend.
The coach says these 7-7 tournaments challenge every player on his roster who wants to play this fall.
Rush Propst said. "We still got a little bit of a battle at quarterback. We have got two quarterbacks. Cole (Seagraves) being our starter but Daniel Mobley being a guy that can win for us. We have got a lot of depth. So, we have to play a lot of kids. Especially in the skill positions, it helps us to go to these tournaments and play this stuff. Sort out what we think."
Colquitt County's Bobby Hill committed to Ole Miss this week and Johnny Ward committed to South Florida earlier this summer.
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Colquitt County will open the high school football season October 25th In Corky Kell Classic at the Georgia Dome against North Gwinnett.