Recruiting Recap 1/20

Welcome to another edition of the recruiting recap! I know, I know, I said this would be a morning recap, but that didn’t happen, so now we’ll be recapping everything up until the publishing of this article – so around 1 pm on 1/20.

There has been a ton offers again sent out across the state, so scroll down below to see the latest! – David


COMMITS

Alejandro Mata
2022 Buford
Jackson State

Eric Ivory
2022 Crisp Co.
The Citadel

Reese Scott
2022 Lanier
Mars Hill

Hunter Coleman
2022 River Ridge
Berry

Austin Williams
2022 Whitewater
Savannah State


DECOMMITMENT

Andrew Guth
2022 Johns Creek
Davidson


OFFERS

Zion Ragins
2024 Jones Co.
Pitt

Jay Neal
2024 Buford
Duke

Jalen Smith
2023 Grayson
App State & Miss State

Ethan Nation
2023 Roswell
Wisconsin

Kevis Thomas
2023 Lowndes
Austin Peay

Ace Williamson
2022 Carrollton
Huntingdon College

Jah’lil McKenney
2022 Eagle’s Landing
Carthage

Noah Dixon
2024 Troup
Kentucky

Fre Perry
2022 Warner Robins
Western Carolina

CJ Tomlin
2023 Lowndes
Austin Peay

Ricardo Jones
2024 Northside-WR
Nebraska

Dylan Lonergan
2023 Brookwood
UVA

Ahmad Brown
2023 Crisp Co.
Michigan State

Grant Godfrey
2023 North Gwinnett
Purdue, UCONN, Kansas State, Miss State, & Georgia Southern

Sammy Brown
2024 Jefferson
Georgia Southern

Prentiss Noland
2024 Hughes
Boston College

Landen Thomas
2024 Colquitt
Michigan State & Coastal Carolina



Jadon Perlotte
2025 Buford
Florida State

Ty White
2024 Buford
Florida State

Kelton Smith
2023 Carver-Col
Louisville

Joseph Stone
2024 Grayson
Miss State

Nakai Poole
2023 Norcross
Louisville

Barry Walker
2024 Crisp Co.
Michigan State

Myles Graham
2024 Woodward Acd.
Boston College

Jelani Thurman
2023 Hughes
Boston College & Duke

Jaylen Bell
2025 Grayson
South Carolina

Paul Mubenga
2023 Buford
UNC

Caleb Downs
2023 Mill Creek
Oregon

Victor Burley
2023 Warner Robins
Nebraska

Daniel Calhoun
2024 Centennial
Ohio State

Cooper Corey
2022 Harris Co.
Berry

Kyle Cartwright
2022 Tattnall Co.
Berry

Avery Hill
2022 Bremen
Jax State PWO

Ivan Arroyo
2022 Burke Co.
Berry & Methodist

Kyle White
2022 Ringgold
West Georgia

Eddrick Houston
2024 Buford
Duke

KJ Bolden
2024 Buford
Notre Dame

Kylan Fox
2024 Grayson
Miss State

Robert Billings
2023 Milton
Florida State

KD Dorsey
2023 Evans
Coastal Carolina

Mason Short
2025 Evans
Coastal Carolina

Alan Vincente
2022 Claxton
Eastern Univ.

Alijah Williams
2023 Buford
Duke

Terrance Love
2023 Hughes
Boston College

Michael Smith
2024 Calvary Day
Georgia State

RJ Johnson
2023 ELCA
Ole Miss

Hayden Morris
2022 Claxton
LaGrange & Ohio Northern Univ.

Terrance Hill
2022 Eagle’s Landing
Berry

Raule Aguirre
2023 Whitewater
Ohio State

Moses Umoren
2022 Carver-Atlanta
Carthage

Dylan Bell
2022 Northview
Southwestern

Jakhari Williams
2024 First Presbyterian
Georgia Southern

Hunter Strickland
2022 Colquitt
Trinity Internation

Coleman Lewis
2023 Lowndes
Austin Peay

Justice Haynes
2023 Blessed Trinity
Oklahoma



Devin Pryer
2022 Adairsville
Kentucky Wesleyan

Justin Pinkney
2022 Redan
Ripon college

Malachi Singleton
2023 North Cobb
Indiana

Jonathan Echols
2024 Heard Co.
Kentucky

Charlie Pace
2023 Colquitt
Coastal Carolina

Ny Carr
2024 Colquitt
Coastal Carolina

Johnathan Cline
2023 Cartersville
Coastal Carolina

Kayden McDonald
2023 North Gwinnett
UCONN

Malik Leverett
2023 Greenbrier
Coastal Carolina

Denzel Alexandre-Lousi
2022 North Cobb Christian
Berry

Nick Charles
2022 Harrison
Wofford

Anthony Miller
2023 Duluth
UCF

David Renard
2022 Flowery Branch
Berry

Devin Hand
2022 Pickens
Berry

Stephin Craig
2022 Lovejoy
Reinhardt

Carson Pritchett
2022 Douglass-Atlanta
UT-Chattanooga

Branden Strozier
2023 St. Francis
Georgia Tech

Devin McRae
2023 Telfair Co.
Coastal Carolina

Orion Redding
2022 Peach Co.
Bethel Univ.

Evan Dickens
2023 Blessed Trinity
Georgia State

Marcel Wood
2022 Westside-Augusta
Peru State

Andrew Hines
2024 Woodward Acd.
Boston College

Darius Petersen
2022 Heritage-Conyers
Palmetto Prep

Ty Everson
2022 Pierce Co.
Navy

Joshua Horton
2023 Hughes
Boston College

Ryan McKinnis
2023 Buford
Duke

Tyrone Robinson
2022 Mitchell Co.
Sterling College

Adam Fullen
2022 Cherokee
Ripon College

Davis Jones
2022 Cross Creek
Avila

Sean Downer
2022 Grayson
Berry

Trelain Maddox
2024 Buford
Duke

Zion Taylor
2023 Parkview
UCONN

Collin Jackson
2022 Miller Co.
Dakota State

JaQuari Brown
2022 Beach
LaGrange




Heating Up

Jelani Thurman
2023 Hughes

Thurman is one of the more enticing prospects in this recruiting class. The 6’6″ 225 lbs. tight end has an insane catch radius and some huge hands to haul in passes. He’s been collecting offers lately too. The junior has offers from Duke, Boston College and Memphis from the start of the year. They join offers from NC State, Colorado, Tennessee, Liberty, LSU, Michigan State and more. The 6’6″ pass-catcher is one of the top TE prospects in this recruiting class.


Grant Godfrey
2023 North Gwinnett

Godfrey has been landing offer for some time now, but over the last 24 hours or so he has seen the largest haul of any athlete in the state. The 6’3″ linebacker has earned offers from UCONN, Kansas State, Purdue, Miss State, Georgia Southern and Mizzou. They all join a rather large list of FBS offers, but illustrates the growing interest in the 2023 backer. Be on the watch out here, Godfrey is quickly becoming one of the most coveted linebackers in this recruiting class.


Sleeper of the Day

Christian Johnson-Hall
2022 New Hampstead

Johnson did not play his junior year, he was injured, but the class of ’22 prospect has been on our radar really since his freshman year. He is a big wide frame and is now up to 265, a nearly 35 lbs. increase in the last year. At this point, we view Johnson as a DT. He is pretty quick coming off the edge, and that gives him some interesting versatility at the next level. The senior has always been a very good athlete with nice top-end acceleration to the football. he does appear to have refined his tackling some, but we would like to see more consistency in getting the ball carrier down. Johnson-Hall looks like an ideal 3-4 DE at the next level. His quickness and speed to the football at 270 lbs. is really solid, and overall we like his motor chasing out ball carriers to the sideline. There is a lot of upside here for the 2022 athlete, and a little more time in the weight room and you should see Johnson-Hall approach 300 lbs.

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