Running back a hybrid position in Rabun’s offense

Rabun County quarterback Gunner Stockton, left, hands the ball off to running back Brody Jarrard during a practice in May. (Glendon Poe/The Clayton Tribune)
TIGER — Running backs playing in Rabun County’s offense are doing more than carrying the football behind blockers. They are giving quarterbacks additional receiving options. The multifaceted group…

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