Recruiting Recap 10/22

Welcome to another edition of the Recruiting Recap! Sorry for missing yesterday, it was a big errand day, and I still do not have my driver’s license renewed, but I did lose some time!

Anyway, thanks for stopping by, and if you are new here this is a feature that covers all of the offers/commitments over the last 24 hours, in this case 48 hours. We also have a sleeper of the day too.

There will be a lot of stories coming out today, so stay tuned! – David


Andrew Cloy
2021 Creekview

Scoop: Cloy is a versatile 6’2″ 190 lbs. athlete for Creekview. He made first-team All-Region his junior year and has excellent grades with a 4.1 GPA. He’s very good at breaking off his route and finding holes in the secondary.

Manny Hayes
2021 Cartersville
Western Mizzou

Scoop: Just like his older brother, Manny gets after the quarterback. He just earned defensive lineman of the week over at Cartersville, and fresh off those honors he made his commitment.

Devin Lee
2021 Ola
Ole Miss

Scoop: Another Georgia athlete going to Ole Miss, almost like that staff had a head start on the state…. cough RG Premium. Well, big Lee is one of the top pass-rushers in the state of Georgia at DT. He is explosive out his stance and has strong hands at the point of attack too.

Recent Offers

Justice Haynes
2023 Blessed Trinity

Darris Smith
2022 Appling Co.

Garrett Brophy
2021 Grayson

Shakari Denson
2021 Claxton
Kent State

Anthony Lovett
2021 SW DeKalb
Clarke & Judson

Dasheen Jackson
2021 Carver-Col
Hutchison CC

Jeremiah Turner
2021 Ridgeland

Jerrian Hames
2021 Calhoun

Kenny Djaha
2021 Walton

Gavin Bloom
2021 North Oconee

Kris Williams
2021 Decatur
Sterling College

Aughnae Waggoner
2021 East Coweta

Key Larkin
2021 Wilcox Co.
Allen Univ.

Rashad Ray
2021 Discovery
Fullerton College

Kanye Varner
2022 Jonesboro

Drew Allison
2021 Lumpkin Co.

Hayden Cagle
2021 Cartersville

Jawon Garner
2021 Hillgrove

Ayden Griswold
2021 Jackson Co.

Trevor Lovett
2021 North Cobb

Hevin Brown-Shuler
2024 Pace Acd.
Georgia, Arkansas & Tenn

Cason Henry
2022 Walton
Coastal Carolina & Louisville

Brendan Hunt
2021 Blessed Trinity
Ave Maria

Cameron Crowell
2022 Caver-Col
Middle Tenn

Grayson Mains
2022 Lambert
Miss State

Brett Stefan
2021 Woodstock

James Stewart
2021 Mill Creek

Tyler Vaughn
2021 Jackson Co.

Felix Hixon
2022 Jackson
South Carolina

Reed Randall
2021 Calhoun

Zamon Ross
2021 Schley Co.

Dalton Tjong
2021 West Forsyth

Englan Williams
2021 Blessed Trinity

Daryl Williams
2021 Camden Co.

Andreon Nelson
2021 Hephzibah

Donalvon Stevens
2021 ARC
Valley State

Jakestal Lee
2021 Jenkins Co.

Mykel Williams
2022 Hardaway
Miss State

Corey Robinson
2021 Roswell

Josh Cox
2021 Landmark

Nick Jackson
2021 Mt. Pisgah

Parker Reagin
2021 Ola

Will Akins
2021 Loganville

KiRhon Jones
2021 Jenkins

Jake Whitten
2021 George Walton

Jackson Ellerbee
2021 George Walton

Nick Ford
2021 Sandy Creek

Wesley Bentley
2021 Upson-Lee

Jimmy Inman
2021 Douglas Co.

Myles Beris
2021 South Paulding
St. Olaf

Jayson Gilliom
2021 North Gwinnett

Heating Up

Shakari Denson
2021 Claxton

It’s no secret that we have been high on Denson since his sophomore year where he made the top play in the state of Georgia returning an interception for a touchdown. Ever since we have seen the 2021 athlete continue to progress, and is finally getting the FBS attention he deserves. Earlier this month, Georgia State offered, and now Kent State. In our opinion, Denson is one of the biggest sleeper defensive backs here in the state of Georgia, and we expect more D1 offers to pick up here over the next month.

Sleeper of the Day

Alexander Patrick
2021 Jackson

Patrick has a shake to his game and was one of the leading rushers early on in the state back his junior year. He showed flashes as a junior; going against Peach County he found ways to slip by tacklers and then keeps his pads low enough to fall forward on contact. Patrick has a nice hesitation to his running style and is quick enough to pull it off. Needs to work on his top-end speed, but senior year he does looked improved and already ripped off a few long runs. Really like his running style though, adding weight is really the biggest thing here for Patrick. He is probably around 185 and measured in at 6′. Patrick a D1 talent for sure, we love his running instincts and ability to break tackles – reminds of Pike Co’s C’Bo Flemister from a few years back now. Once Patrick gets to the 2nd level he is dangerous with faking out defenders. There is just too much upside for Patrick, and getting into a college weight training program and a few more years under his belt and should be a complete steal. Right now he had 519 yards rushing on 87 carries and 12 touchdowns in just 4 games – definitely a player on our radar to make All-State.


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