That's a tough question to ask, but I will have to say these get my votes.
Nick Maddox: 1995-1998- 6,624 rushing yards after four seasons. Not much about Maddox that hasn't already been said, the Wonder legend began his varsity career in 1995, sharing the backfield with Traun Brown. One of the most sought after running backs in the country, Maddox totaled 2,536 yards and 33 touchdowns on 267 carries as a senior (9.5 yards per carry) and had 20 catches for 268 yards and eight scores and added four punt returns for touchdowns of 50 yards or more. Maddox finished his career with 6,624 rushing yards and 114 touchdowns (a state record at the time) Parade All-American and first-team USA Today All-USA selection and the USA Today Player of the Year for the state of North Carolina.
Tom Lemming's No. 1 prospect in the Mid-Atlantic and No. 2 prospect nationally. Super Prep's No. 4 running back (No. 14 player overall) nationally, No.1 running back in the country by Prep Star and offensive MVP of the ACC region. Regarded as the No. 8 prospect in the country by The Sporting News, listed at No. 22 overall by the NRA. Named the 1998 Gatorade Circle of Champions high school player of the year for the Southern region, and the state. Maddox carried the Wonders to the 1997 State 3A Championship where he set four state championship records. Though most of those records have since been broken, his record for longest past reception for a touchdown of 99 yards still stands today. Maddox scored two touchdowns in the 1998 Shrine Bowl of 12 and 45 yards. Maddox would end his high school career at the conclusion of the 1998 season, signing with Florida State University of the Atlantic Coast Conference in 1999.
Haskell Stanback: 1967-1969- 3,352 yards after three seasons. Regarded as the best RB to ever play at A. L. Brown until being eclipsed by Nick Maddox in 1997, Stanback played for one seasons at G. W. Carver High School before integration in 1967. Stanback rushed for 511 yards, scoring 56 points as the Blue Eagles went on to win the Western title in 1966. Of Stanback's 280 career points, 226 of them came while wearing the Green and White. Stanback eclipsed the 3000 yard career rushing mark when he picked up 136 yards in 17 carries against Salisbury in 1969, also breaking the 1000 yard rushing mark for the season. Stanback concluded his senior season rushing for 294 yards in his final three games against Thomasville, South Rowan and Concord. Stanback would end his career at the conclusion of the 1969 season, signing with the University of Tennessee of the Southeastern Conference in 1970. Played six seasons with the Atlanta Falcons in the NFL.
Ethan Horton: 1978-1980- 863 Yards Rushing: 1560 Yards Passing: 2,423 Yards Total Offense-13 TDs: Ethan Horton started his varsity career as a sophomore in 1978. The three year starter would end his career in 1980 after taking the Wonders to the state 4A playoffs for a second straight year in third year head coach Bob Boswell. Signed with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and had a substantial career in the NFL with the Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Raiders and Washington Redskins.