Become a recruiting expert in the state of Georgia and read our recap down below which highlights recent offers, sleepers and emerging stars.
Junior defensive back Myles Sims has been receiving a ton of recruiting attention over the last six months. Notre Dame is the latest school to offer the ball-hawking corner, who is 6’3″ and has excellent hands going up for interceptions. He received a flurry of offers in May from several Power 5 programs including Louisville, Clemson, Michigan and Oklahoma. Check out this video of him intercepting Trevor Lawrence.
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— Spider™ (@simsmyles) September 11, 2016
Mountain View offensive tackle Jonathan Stewart was offered by Vanderbilt on October 18th. The 6’8″, 290-pound offensive tackle is new to the sport, and the Commodores are his first Power 5 offer. The Atlanta Touchdown Club tweeted he had 13 knockdowns and graded out at 88 percent last weekend in an upset win over Collins Hill.
First Presbyterian’s fundamentally sound run-blocking offensive lineman Thomas McBride announced this morning he had committed to Mercer. The senior is a road-grader and quickly blocks the defender at the point of attack. Check out his SR highlights.
Stephenson junior offensive guard Jalil Irvin was offered by Auburn on October 17th and now has a visit planned for this weekend. The 2018 prospect was a preseason all-state selection and has dominated this season so far. The schools he is currently considering are Georgia, UNC, Michigan, Tennessee, Florida, Oklahoma, Florida State, Auburn, LSU, Clemson and Louisville. When he signed up for a profile a year ago, he had one offer and it was from Illinois.
Stockbridge running back Jalen Holston was offered by Minnesota on October 18th. He has offers from many Power 5 programs with Virginia Tech as a front-runner.
Parkview’s Caleb Mitchell had a game to remember a few weeks back. The 6’1″, 170-pound senior was 20-of-26 passing for 424 yards and seven TDs versus Lakeside-DeKalb. The southpaw can lace it up and spin it with some of the best in the state of Georgia. Take a look at his SR FILM.
Pierce County’s Stetson Bennett remains one of the biggest sleepers in the state of Georgia. Last weekend, Bennett completed 21 of 29 passes for 389 yards and seven TDs. Most of that damage was done in the first half; in fact, Bennett only played a few plays in the second half. He holds offers from Georgia Southern and Middle Tennessee currently, but with more performances like the one mentioned above, that could change.
Colorado State commit Ryan Glover had a massive game throwing for 451 yards and six TDs. Coach Mike Bobo and his Rams coaching staff landed a steal when he committed back during the middle of the summer. The Atlanta TD Club awarded him “Back of the Week” for his efforts.
Marietta sophomore Ramel Keyton is the current state leader with 923 yards receiving. He received his first collegiate offer last night from Syracuse and is absolutely a recruit to watch moving forward.
Khalil Robinson, a senior OL at McEachern, has had an exciting last few days. The 6’2″, 260-pound lineman has received offers from Tusculum, Pikeville, Maryville and Olivet Nazarene. He also received an invite to the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl, to be held in Atlanta this December, on October 19th.
Chapell Hill’s senior two-way (CB/WR) player Datren Bray has received offers from FIU and Tulsa. Bray’s RG profile was updated a few days ago to reflect his newest film.
So Justin Fields is still having a ton of recruiting success (as well as on the field). Syracuse, South Carolina, Nebraska and TCU have all offered the elite dual-threat QB over the last few days.
McEachern’s speedy slot receiver Brandon Smith committed to Charleston Southern on October 18th. The senior is a very elusive player and looks very effective on jet sweeps and running seam routes up field. See Smith’s SR FILM.
Powerful defensive end prospect Malik Bostick received his first offer a few days back from Tusculum. At 6’1″, 240 pounds Bostick is a well put-together prospect and was a preseason All-State selection by our staff.
Football fanatics should check out Barry Every’s Postgame Report of Houston County vs. Coffee. The football expert’s opinion is always worth the read, plus he has in-depth scouting reports on the top prospects.
So why have Power 5s not gone after Antwon Kincade from Valdosta High School? The senior safety is a sound tackler who showcases textbook technique. He is quick to step up in the run. In fact, he is so physical that he even lines up at defensive end. The recent Valdosta Homecoming King has offers from Mercer, Middle Tennessee, Southern Miss, Western Kentucky and Central Michigan. Watch the explosive 5’11”, 190-pound safety down below.
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