Profile: Anthony transferred to North Augusta last season after starring for Thomson as a junior. He finished the season completing 88 of 170 passes for 1,177 yards and 10 touchdowns despite a hobbled offensive line. Anthony, who's dad Al Young played for the NFL's Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1970s, will look to guide the Yellow Jackets back to the playoffs. The 6-3, 190-pound quarterback has already received a scholarship offer from Michigan State University and is also Division I prospect in basketball.
Vitals: 6-3, 190;
Joe Long on Young: "He's definitely one of the best to come through here since I've been here. He's smart and he'll bring a lot of versatility and leadership to our club. He's just a threat every time he touches the ball."
Young on Young: "I'm just ready to start the season. It's time. I like basketball better, but in all honesty, football is my sport. My dad has helped me a lot and hopefully the season will be a promising one."