The storied Valdosta Wildcat football program has a reputation of fielding winning football teams throughout the last 100 years, during which time they have claimed dozens of region, state, and even national championships. In fact, Valdosta High School remains, to this day, the winningest high school football program in the United States, with a record 919 total program wins.
Of course, when you talk about the winning program and all those championships, it was all possible because of great coaches and talented players. Whether it was offensive or defensive players, every position on the field contributed to the success of the Wildcats and in making Valdosta a household name when it comes to high school football greatness.
But, fair or not, the one position that always seems to get more attention than any other on the football field — and that’s with any football team, not just Valdosta — is the quarterback. And boy, has Valdosta had some great quarterbacks throughout the years. John Bond, Buck Belue, Ted West, John Lastinger, Greg Talley, Seth Shuman — the list goes on and on.
The current starting quarterback for Valdosta has already made his mark as one of Valdosta’s greatest signal callers ever, shattering three school records for a Valdosta quarterback last season, and is poised to have a breakout season in 2019. Meet Tate Rodemaker.
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