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AGA Junior Boys All-State Teams


Boys First Team:

Gordon Sargent, 2021, of Birmingham  is a senior at Mountain Brook High School.  He won his only AGA start in 2020 – This included his record-breaking performance at the Alabama State Amateur Championship. He finished second at the Bobby Chapman, made the cut at the Southern Amateur Championship and had multiple top ten AJGA finishes. Sargent has two career AGA State Titles: Alabama Boys State Junior Championship (2019) and Alabama State Amateur Championship (2020).  He is the 2020 Alabama Boys State Junior Player of the Year and a verbal commit to Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN.

Nick Dunlap, 2022, of Huntsville  is a junior at homeschool. He finished fifth at the Alabama Boys State Junior Championship, seventh at the Southern Junior Championship and seventh at the Maridoe Junior Invitational. Dunlap has one career AGA State Title: Alabama Boys State Junior (2018). Dunlap was the 2018 Alabama Boys State Junior Player of the Year, and he is a verbal commit to The University of Alabama.

Max Johnson, 2020, of Fairhope  is a graduate of Fairhope High School and a freshman at Auburn. He won the Alabama Boys State Junior Championship and has multiple SJGT top 15 finishes, including one win. Johnson has one career AGA State Title: Alabama Boys State Junior Championship (2020).

Cole Davidson, 2021, of Birmingham  is a senior at Hewitt Trussville High School. He finished fifth at the Future Masters, seventh at the Alabama Boys State Junior Championship and had multiple top-five SJGT finishes. He is a verbal commit to Auburn University.

Justin Olive, 2021, of Florence  is a senior at Brooks High School. Olive finished fourth at the Alabama Boys State Junior Championship, made the cut at the Southern Junior Championship and has multiple wins on various junior golf tours.

Ryan Eshleman, 2020, of Birmingham  is a graduate of Vestavia Hills High School and a freshman at Auburn University. He finished fourth at the Future Masters, made the cut at the Alabama State Amateur and had an AJGA top ten finish.


Boys Second Team:

Jones Free, 2021, of Selma  is a senior at Morgan Academy. Free finished seventh at the Alabama Boys State Junior, 14th at the Alabama State Amateur Championship and made the cut at the Southern Junior Championship. He has multiple SJGT top ten finishes. Free is a verbal commit to The University of Alabama.

Chase Kyes, 2025, of Birmingham  is an eighth-grader at Berry Middle School. Kyes won the AJGA Junior All Star at Grand National, finished top 20 at the Alabama Boys State Junior Championship and has multiple SJGT top-three finishes.

Ward Harris, 2023, of Vestavia Hills  is a sophomore at Vestavia Hills High School. Harris finished ninth at the Alabama State Amateur Championship, had multiple top 10 finishes on the SJGT circuit and won the BGA Junior Championship.

Gregory Jones, 2020, of Mobile  is a graduate of UMS-Wright Preparatory School and a freshman at University of Montevallo. He finished tied for second at the Alabama Boys State Junior Championship and had a top 15 finish in an SJGT event.


Boys Third Team:

Davis Aaron, 2020, of Northport  is a graduate of American Christian Academy and a freshman at Wallace State Community College. He finished tied for second in the Alabama Boys State Junior Championship.

Paul Bruce, 2021, of Guntersville  is a senior at Guntersville High School. He had a top 15 finish at the Future Masters, a top 25 finish at both the Alabama Boys State Junior and Southern Junior Championships. He also had a top 30 finish at the Alabama State Amateur and multiple top-three finishes at the SJGT. Bruce is a verbal commit to the University of Alabama-Birmingham.

Harrison Davis, 2020, of Fort Payne  is a graduate of Fort Payne High School and a freshman at Mississippi State. Davis finished 10th at the Alabama Boys State Junior, top 20 at the Jones Cup Junior and made the cut at the Future Masters.

Will Patrick, 2020, of Oneonta  is a graduate of Oneonta High School and a freshman at Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, LA. He finished seventh at the Alabama Boys State Junior Championship, made the cut at the Alabama State Amateur Championship and multiple top-ten finishes at the SJGT.

Kenneth Okins, 2021, of Anniston  is a senior at White Plains High School. Okins finished fifth at the Alabama Boys State Junior Championship and has multiple top 20 SJGT finishes, including a fourth-place finish at TPC Sawgrass.