Recruiting Recap 1/4

Welcome to the first edition of the Recruiting Recap in the year 2021! Thanks to everyone who followed along to this weekday feature we started back in April, and though we have not posted exactly every single work day, it has been definitely close!

There was a huge gap since our last recap, and it’s going to be hard to actually keep track of all of the offers and commitments during the time, so we’ll hunt down some info that occurred recently, and pick up the pieces the remaining days of this week.

In other news, our class of 2022 database is officially ready for colleges to subscribe to, please contact recruitgeorgia1@gmail.com or our Twitter for more info. Also, our All-State picks will be rolling out this week, so stay tuned to all of the good content for this new year! – David


Commitments

David Evbomenya
2021 Sprayberry
Fordham

Scoop: The senior OL stands about 6’5″ and 260 lbs. He has incredible length with a near 7′ wingspan, and just really starting to scratch the surface with his fundamentals. Very few OL in the state of Georgia have the raw upside of the 2021 OL and could emerge as one of the best in his class with the proper work at the college level.




Recent Offers

Pate Hogan
2021 Valwood
Miss College

Keyshawn Blackstock
2021 Newton
Iowa Western

Jayvian Allen
2021 Grayson
Tennessee Tech

Schmari Campbell
2021 Archer
Mcpherson

Omar White
2021 Lee Co.
Georgia Tech

Amari Jackson
2022 Eagles Landing
Michigan State

Jermaine Brewton
2021 Pierce Co.
Nichols College

TJ Searcy
2023 Upson-Lee
Georgia

Kenny Colwell
2021 Stephens Co.
Huntingdon

George Schlicker
2021 Archer
Concord

Jemeil Jackson
2021 Dutchtown
Concord

Tyrease Jones
2021 Brunswick
Concord

Cason Henry
2022 Walton
North Carolina & Michigan State

Quinton Bradford
2021 Norcross
Shorter

Trennon Mitchell
2021 Pebblebrook
Limestone

Holden Geriner
2022 Benedictine
Michigan State

Sutton Smith
2022 McEachern
Miami-Oh

Amir Taylor
2021 Central Gwinnett
Bluefield and Friends

Julian Dailey
2021 Douglas Co.
Shorter

Quante Jennings
2021 Cartersville
Concord

Jonathan Brown
2021 Riverwood
Shorter & Livingstone

Tillman Weaver
2021 Riverwood
Arkansas State

Richard Stever
2021 Forsyth Central
Kentucky Wesleyan

Justin Williams
20221 East Paulding
Duke

Perici Gaines
2021 Crisp Co.
Concord

Jahseim Henry
2021 North Cobb
Peru State

Roderick McCrary
2024 Creekside
Kent State

Nelson Ramirez
2021 East Coweta
Iowa Western

Darren Agu
2022 Rabun Gap
North Carolina




Sleeper of the Day

Demetrius Coleman

Coleman has a stronger arm than originally anticipated just from looking at his listed height and weight, but he can definitely throw it about 50-60 yards downfield with relative ease. He is probably around 5’11” and reports at 185 lbs. Nice release on his throws very effortless in how he can stretch a defense. Coleman is a good runner with nice straight-line speed and agility getting around tacklers – he has enough athleticism that he should issue interest as a slot receiver if colleges do not like his prospects at QB. Definitely has some arm talent though, and snaps off hard balls in the short-intermediate game while also on the run too. Very good thrower on the run. Coleman led his high school to the first-ever state title game, and it was his ability to air the football out and stretch the defense in the first half that led to their strong rushing attack in the 2nd half. What we like about Coleman is he makes the most of his opportunities and is a proven winner at the high school level. He’s been a starter throughout his high school career and one of the most underrated dual-threat QB’s in the state.

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2 Comments

  1. Reply Post By Anonymous

    What’s the knock on Demetrius Coleman

    1. a little small, doesn’t weigh much and good but not great speed. On the flip side a really strong arm

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