Recruiting Recap 10/12

Welcome to another edition of the recruiting recap! I know, I know, I know, this is a late recap, and we didn’t even do one on Friday last week either. It’s been a busy weekend of scouting and trying to hit some deadlines.

So let’s get into it. I’ll admit, this recap won’t be the most accurate compared to others, but should still provide some decent info.




Commitments

Josh Moore
2021 Marist
Southern California

Scoop: USC makes a strong push and flips the Marist standout from Stanford. I’ve seen scouts ponder about Moore’s upside at either safety or if he will continue to grow into a linebacker. At 6’3″ and almost 200 lbs. already, the big All-State defender definitely poses the versatility to play all over on defense, and his background as a DB should prove to be an asset in pass coverage especially. Moore also plays receiver, and has solid ball skills for sure, but it’s his upside on defense that should have USC fans excited.


Recent Offers

Cameron Barnes
2021 Mundy’s Mill
Bethel

Josh Hill
2021 Valdosta
Albany State

Darris Smith
2022 Appling Co.
UNC

Omari Arnold
2022 Brooks Co.
Savannah State

Emmanuel Hayes
2021 Cartersville
Waldorf

Jaiden Credle
2022 Carver-Col
Syracuse

Tristan Lyon
2021 Gainesville
La Verne

Shaquan Brooks
2021 Richmond Hill
Clark Univ.

Drew Allison
2021 Lumkin Co.
Reinhardt

Corey Robinson
2021 Roswell
Dartmouth

Josh Josephs
2022 North Cobb
Washington State

Wil Calhoun
2021 GAC
Stetson

JQ Hardaway
2022 Hardaway
Cincinnati & Louisville

Oscar Delp
2022 West Forsyth
Ohio State

Darren Agu
2022 Rabun Gap
Coastal Carolina

Jadarian Rhym
2022 Valdosta
LSU

Caleb Conley
2022 Houston Co.
Akron

Riley Caines
2021 River Ridge
Greensboro




Sleeper of the Day

Nelson Ramirez
2021 East Coweta

Ramirez tore his ACL his junior year, so that explains the limited film, but when we saw him at the Corky Kell back in 2019 he did catch our eye. Size alone, the 6’6″ 300 lbs. lineman was able to get a good push against Mill Creek, which had a few D1 athletes on their DL. Well, his senior year is here, and the 2021 recruit looks a lot better. He looks a lot more flexible, sliding his feet better in pass protection. His film was a little off a year ago with him long snapping, but getting into his senior film and it looks like he is one of the biggest sleepers in this recruiting class now. Ramirez has legit upside for sure, and D1 schools should be all over him. Expect Ramirez to be a coveted OT recruit down the stretch here.

NEW PROFILES
COMBINES
TOP STORIES




One Comments

  1. Reply Post By Toccara Bozeman

    Malik Laurent all day!!! He is the most hardest underrated player in his class! He has a lot of potential that I know he will fulfill. He is a GOAT in the making! He has proven and will continue to prove, in the most humblest way possible, that he is the best! LETS GO MALIK!!!❤️ #NMHS!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.