Posted On: 09/10/19 9:26 AM

Powder Springs, Georgia - The official NCAA fall evaluation period has officially begun, which means college coaches are able to travel and hit the road to spectate and visit their recruits for their programs. This article is not necessarily about that though, but here we will preview Georgia's class 7A defending state champions, McEachern High School. McEachern, which is located in Powder Springs, Georgia just outside Atlanta, finished their 2018-2019 season with an amazing 32-0 overall record. The Indians played one of the nation's toughest schedules and were nationally ranked in the top-10 all year. 

Not bad for a public school, as most nationally ranked programs are private schools or special academy schools. After a tremondous 2018-2019 season, the Indians finished it off by capturing their first high school boys state championship with a win over the 2018 class 7A champions, Meadowcreek High School. I had a chance to stop by McEachern for their practice last night and got a quick look on what is to come for the 2019-2020 season. 

Head coach Mike Thompson holds a 87-4 overall record in the last three seasons as the Indians head coach. That includes three straight region titles, a class 7A final

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