Recruiting Recap 10/2

Welcome to another edition of the recruiting recap! Thanks for stopping by, and if you are new here this is a feature where we tally up all of the offers, commitments and of course our sleeper of the day too.

Hope everyone is doing well and ready for another big night of football! It’s week 5, and we just came out with our first week of rankings. Be sure to stay tuned later this afternoon to see our predictions for tonight’s games too!

Enjoy the recap! – David


Chance Gamble
2021 Fitzgerald
Charleston Southern

Scoop: Gamble is the ultra-versatile playmaker that could end up at receiver or defensive back. He was a Preseason All-State selection this fall after he grabbed 7 interceptions as a junior. Gamble is a solid student, and Charleston Southern had to beat out several Ivy League programs that offered late here.

Tyquan Grissett
2021 Acd. of Richmond
Notre Dame College

Scoop: Grissett plays the game full-throttle, and is all over the field for ARC. He gets downhill and hits with authority, always looking to make the tackle for his team. Grissett has very good instincts on defense, and coach Mental his staff will like his energy on the field at Notre Dame College. 

Yesterday Offers

Karon Taylor
2021 Claxton

Wes Bruno
2021 Woodstock

Isiah Davis
2022 Creekside
Kent State

Nic Evans
2021 Jefferson
Capital Univ.

Jordan McDonald
2022 Milton
Washington State

Jofranstar Graham
2021 Evans

Nathan Vickers
2021 Richmond Hill

Joe Fusile
2021 Richmond Hill

Jermaine Brewton
2021 Pierce Co.

Daysan Ranew
2021 Mt. View
Trinity Int. Univ.

Jack Yensel
2021 Johns Creek

Colt Boone
2021 Jackson Co.

Jay Watts
2021 Allatoona

Dylan Lonergan
2023 Brookwood

Jshon Price
2021 Dougherty

Daylon Gordon
2021 Dodge Co.

Oscar Delp
2022 West Forsyth
Southern Cal

Joshua Josephs
2022 North Cobb

Sleeper of the Day

Dylan Hand
2021 Dacula

Hand is a pretty smart player with above average instincts chasing after the ball carrier. His pursuit angles are solid, and he does a good job of setting the edge, forcing the ball carrier back into pursuit. Hand definitely has a good frame at 6’2″, and there is a good chance that he grows into an OLB at the next level. His weight lifting numbers need some work, but he shows pretty good strength on film. Nice hustle overall. Hand is a pretty alert player overall. Filling out his frame, and I think Hand is set to be around 215 at the next level. Below we have added his film against Mill Creek, where he looked good in run support and also had an interception too. Hand plays some receiver too, and shows some decent ball skills, but his potential at DB at the next level is too high. Hand holds offers from Stetson & North Greenville at the moment, a strong senior year and he should continue to see an uptick in college interest, so definitely a prospect to keep an eye on.


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