On February 5th, 12 more Johns Creek athletes signed national letters of intent to play at the college level. Please congratulate the following athletes:
Justin Campbell will be attending Ball State University in the fall. He has played football for 12 years, including one year at Johns Creek High School. Campbell was recently awarded 2nd Team All-Conference.
Josh Davis will be attending Stetson University. He has played for 11 years, including all four years at Johns Creek High School. Davis was awarded IMPACT Defensive Player of the Year, First Team All-Region, and All-State Honorable Mention. He is on the honor roll, a Scholar-Athlete, National Honor Society, and Jersey Mikes Above and Beyond Defensive Player of the Week.
Yong Min Lee will be attending the University of Pikeville in the fall. He has played football for 8 years, four of them at JCHS. Yong Min has been a three-year Varsity starter, having his senior year as his finest while compiling 51 catches, 800 total yards, and 4 touchdowns. During his junior year, he completed the trilogy which included receiving, rushing, and passing touchdown in one season.
Jon Ross Maye will be attending Lenoir Rhyne University in North Carolina. He has played football for 9 years, including all four at Johns Creek. Jon Ross was a four-year Varsity Letterman, three-year Varsity starter, and a 2-year Varsity Captain. A list of achievements includes 1st Team All-State Georgia 6A, Georgia 6A Region 7 Defensive Player of the Year, 1st Team North Fulton, Defensive Impact Player of the Year, Defensive MVP Player of the Year, Gladiator Award, Two-time Appen Media All North Fulton Football Team, Five-time JCHS Player of the Week, Georgia Elite All-Star Game, Georgia Athletic Coaches Association All-Star Game and Captain, Georgia Athletic Coaches Association 1st Team All-State.
Ben Millman will be attending Drake University in the fall. He has played football for nine years, including all four at Johns Creek. Ben has been a Scholar-Athlete all four years and is a 3-year Letterman.
DonTrell Antonio Robinson will be attending Independence Community College in Kansas. He has played football for six years and two years at JCHS. He is the son of Antonio Robinson, Sr. and Felicia Jackson. DonTrell was born in Slidell, Louisiana and is the youngest of four siblings. At a very young age, DonTrell developed a love for sports. He started playing football at Slidell Youth Football Association (SYFA). He transferred from Salmen High School to Johns Creek High School in his junior year. Robinson took the field at JCHS, playing wide receiver. He will be attending Independence Community Collge on an athletic scholarship and plans to major in Business Administration.
Trey Sentell will be attending Washington and Lee University. He has played football for four years, all of them at Johns Creek High School. He was instrumental in securing the Gladiator’s first playoff win, is a four-time Scholar-Athlete and All-Region Honorable Mention.
Patrick Taylor will be attending the University of Georgia in the fall. He has played football for four years, all of them at Johns Creek High School. He is a two-time 2nd Team All-Region, 1st Team All-Region, Scholar-Athlete of the Year during his senior year, North Georgia Touchdown Club Week 11 Player of the Week, 1st Team All-State DB senior year.
Ben Whitlock will be attending the University of West Georgia in the fall. He has played football for four years, one of them being his senior year at Johns Creek High School. Ben is the 2019 North Georgia Touchdown Club Offensive Player of the Year and 2019 All-State Honorable Mention Offensive Player.
Nicholas Willis will be attending Berry College in the fall. He has played football for six years, including all four years at Johns Creek High School. Nicholas is a three-year Varsity Letterman, a two-way performer playing both wide receiver and DB. He helped the Gladiators reach the 8-0 region record with his speed and agility on special teams and kick-off return. Nick broke several returns to set up the offense. He earned the special teams player of the week against Fairfield Central for his returns, one that was returned for 96 yards. He totaled 328 KR yards with three total touchdowns while averaging 37.8 yards per kickoff return. A three-sport Varsity athlete, Nick is a Johns Creek track record holder for the men’s 100 meters and SMR 100-100-200-400M. He also lettered as a varsity basketball standout at Johns Creek averageing 10 points per game. He is a leader in the classroom, a member of the National Honor Society, and a dual enrollment student.
Lexi Dawson will serve her country at the United States Merchant Marine Academy and will play Lacrosse. Lexi has been a Lacrosse player for 10 years, including all four at Johns Creek High School. She has been a Scholar-Athlete for five consecutive sporting seasons, lettered in Softball for three years, serving as captain of the softball team for two, Defensive MVP sophomore year, Student Governance Council, Honor Roll all eight semesters of high school.
Maddie Wheatly will attend the University of North Georgia and participate in Track and Cross Country. She has been a part of Track & Field for seven years, including two seasons of Cross Country at Johns Creek High School. Maddie’s accomplishments include Cross Country – Lettering all four years of Cross Country, two-time State Cross Country qualifier, Region top 1- finisher senior year, All-Region sophomore year and top 10, Thunder Award, sophomore year, Coach’s Award, senior year, 4th All-time school record, 2nd place Region and 4th Place at State for team, senior year. Track & Field at Providence Christian Academy – Lettered every year, field eventer of the Year 10th & 11th grades, two-time high jump State Qualifier – 6th place and State runner-up, 1600m State qualifier, 800m State qualifier 7th place finish, 4x800m school record holder, USATF National Qualifier in 3 events.