Recruiting Recap 10/14

Welcome to another edition of the Recruiting Recap! In this feature will be covering all of the recruiting news from Monday-Thursday of this week, so scroll on down below to see the latest offers, commitments, player who is heating up and of course our sleeper of the day!

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Oscar Delp
2022 West Forsyth

Scoop: Delp is the best route runner we have scouted at TE. He’s got good size at 6’5″ and 225 lbs., but his fluidity changing direction is unique. Delp will be a matchup nightmare at the next level and we fully expect him to be one of the pass-receiving TE’s in the country.

Clayton Hixon
2022 Jackson

Scoop: Hixon’s athletic specimen with good size at 6’3″ and 300 lbs. and incredible length sporting a 6’11” wingspan. He has made a lot of good improvements from a fundamental point of view over the last year and really just beginning to scratch at his potential. An absolute steal for Wofford.


Keonte Tillman
2022 Tattnall Co.
Fort Valley State

Peyton Parker
2022 Lithia Springs

Christian Harrison
2022 Woodward Acd.
GT, WVU & Tennessee

Jason Berko
2022 Oconee Co.
Shenandoah Univ.

Vicari Swain
2023 Central-Carrollton

Hayden Morris
2022 Claxton

Cameron Simpson
2022 Lumpkin Co.

Jakobe Omalho
2022 Riverwood

Aidan Moore
2022 Cherokee

Nazir Berry
2022 Spalding

Tarance Breedlove
2022 Loganville

Jayden Gordon
2022 Beach
Geneva College

Joseph Williams
2022 Thomasville
Georgia State & Albany State

Aaron Hines
2024 Woodward Acd.

Michael Merriweather
2022 Carver-Columbus

Ja’Lon Miller
2022 Westside-Macon
Geneva College

Asher West
2022 Denmark
Point & Berry

Ezekiel Campbell
2022 Marietta

Alexander Cunningham
2024 Johns Creek
Texas A&M

Tripp Slaton
2022 Newnan

Skielar Mann
2023 Peach Co.

CJ Brooks
2022 Warner Robins

Carlos Sellars
2022 Rutland

Jarvis Hicks
2022 Woodland-Cartersville
New Hampshire

Rickie Yates
2022 Colquitt Co.
Point & Culver-Stockton

David Jones
2022 Hephzibah
Sterling College

Zion Young
2022 Westlake
Michigan State

Brooks Pangle
2022 Greenbrier
Jacksonville State

Jacarrius Peak
2022 Valdosta

Robert Grigsby
2023 North Cobb

Trent Scheuerman
2022 Wheeler
Monmouth College

Chase Hamilton
2022 Sprayberry

Michael Smith
2024 Calvary Day
South Carolina

Nicholas Springer
2022 Harrison

Austin Fischer
2022 Dalton

Troy Ford Jr.
2023 Calvary Day

Jayden Brown
2022 Perry
Clarke Univ.

Landen Thomas
2024 Colquitt Co.
North Carolina State

Jalen Smith
2023 Grayson

Heating Up

Christian Harrison
2022 Woodward Acd.

Three P5 offers (GT, WVU and Tenn) will earn you this honor, and there is no denying that this week Harrison’s recruitment has heated up. The 2022 DB is very skilled and more than capable of playing several positions in the secondary. He’s gained about 10 lbs. of muscle over the last year which has added more physicality to his game, especially in coverage. These three P5 offers follow a Kansas State offer that came back in September, but prior to that Harrison was a G5 recruit and committed to Liberty at the end of summer break. How will this all play out? With 4 P5 offers under his belt, we think the P5 interest will only continue and suspect more offers are on the horizon.

Sleeper of the Day

Dialo Mosley
2022 Carver-Atlanta

One of the most consistent linebackers in this class, Mosley has been playing varsity since his freshman year. He is a smart football player, he gets into the gaps quickly and is under control too. Tackles with force, showing pretty flexible hips, and explodes through the attempt driving his legs through the tackle. He hits with authority, but is under control with his attempt and shows very good fundamentals. Really solid leg drive, definitely like that. Smaller more narrow, but decent length, and has filled out to be 220 lbs. his senior year. Strength needs to continue to improve, that clear, but definitely like his hustle to the football, he cleans up a lot of tackles from the backside. It’s obvious why he led the team in tackles. Makes some nice plays in pass coverage, at least a few deflections so far, and gets okay depth in coverage too. Mosley is an All-State caliber player who has led his region in tackles the last two seasons. He is a strong student with a 3.6 GPA, and currently has a D1 offer from EKU. Mosley’s best skill is reading the play and jumping the gaps – he really has a nose for the football. He’s not the biggest or the fastest linebacker in the state, but he’s a high IQ athlete with a great feel for the game.



  1. Reply Post By Mike Parker

    Just a note that Kori Dumas a senior RB and OLB from RINGGOLD High School now 8-0 has 13 TDs as of this email and approx 1,000 all purpose yards and he had 24 TDS his junior year with approx. 1,285 all purpose yards. Several TDS are from defense at his OLB position. I just believe he has the numbers and shear running strength to warrant a close look by teams looking for a strong and fast running back or a very versatile line backer.
    Thanks in advance for your time,
    Mike Parker

  2. Reply Post By Asim Jackson

    Great Read on Mosley. Kid is a baller and will hunt the ball carrier and attack. Underrated athlete. Should’ve been recruited better, but will be a game changer at the next level. Someone will get a steal.

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