Recruit Recap 6/29

Welcome to another edition of the Recruiting Recap! I hope that everyone had a great weekend. Looks like a lot of football action took place over the weekend, and want to say once again that everyone should find some kind of mask to wear. Look up athletic face scarfs to find something more fitting for football workouts.

Now back to the recap, where we will highlight all of the weekend’s offers, commitments, and today’s sleeper pick! Hopefully this feature has helped with recruiting info for colleges across the country, but we also offer a premium NCAA compliant database, so reach out to for additional information.



Austin Smith
2021 Cedar Grove
Eastern Michigan

Rasheed Singleton
2020 Jonesboro

Dylan Spelios
2021 East Coweta

Weekend Offers

Palmer Bush
2021 Athens Acd.
Centre College

Dee Crayton
2023 Denmark

Jayson Gilliom
2021 North Gwinnett
Northern Colorado & Alcorn State

Rawson MacNeil
2022 Walton
Iowa State

Daysan Ranew
2021 Mt View

Nasir Howell
2021 North Cobb
Southern Illinois

Jaiden Miller
2021 Glynn Acd.
Alabama State

Nathaniel Chisholm
2021 Islands
Savannah State


Jack Nickel
2022 Milton

Mykel Williams
2021 Hardaway

David Newbauer
2021 Brunswick
North Park Univ.

James Stewart
2021 Mill Creek

Christian Anderson
2021 Rockdale Co.
Texas Southern

Makyjhia Jordan
2021 Worth Co.
Benedictine College

Sean Santos
2021 Harrison

Si’Les Modisett
2021 Paulding Co.
Benedictine College

Quamari Williams
2021 Griffin
Eastern Kentucky

Marcus Brand
2021 Mt View
Benedictine College

Austin Eldred
2021 Walton

Greg Daniel
2021 Calvary Day

Statavious Smith
2023 Dougherty

Jake Johnson
2022 Oconee Co.

Sleeper of the Day

Charles King
2021 Tift Co.

King is huge and had shown some quality upside on film going back to his sophomore year where he even was invited to the GACA All-Star game. Watching his Parkview film at the midpoint of the season and he definitely clogged up the middle. He stuffed several plays and when they run to big old King, they stop immediately. King has a good body to play NT at the next level. He’ll definitely get D1 interest for that reason. Makes few plays against Camden County – one where he moves really well laterally considering his size. King does a solid job of filling the A gap on either side of the ball and is big/strong enough to occupy his blocker and continue to make a tackle too. King’s sole FBS offers comes from Army and Akron according to our notes, and should most certainly attract more D1 attention for the final stretch of the 2021 recruiting period.


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