Recruiting Recap 10/23

Welcome to another edition of the Recruiting Recap! Thanks for stopping by, and hope you are enjoying your Friday so far. We have a good recap today, so buckle up and scroll down below for all of yesterday’s offers, commitments, and of course our sleeper of the day.

Also, just want to point out that we have new featured stories on the site, so give those a look. We have one more to go for a Columbus senior too, plus our weekly game predictions too. Our late rankings were also released yesterday going into tonight’s games, so be sure to check those out and see what teams are the best in each classification. – David

Yesterday’s Offers

Jaden Griffin
2021 ARC

Dylan Lane
2021 Mill Creek
Rhodes College

Kyle Hammond
2021 Woodward
Tufts Univ.

Carson Griffin
2021 Calhoun

Darren Agu
2022 Rabun Gap
Georgia Tech

Triston Lyon
2021 Gainesville
Carleton College

Andre Stewart
2022 Brookwood

Max Bryant
2021 North Forsyth
Morehead State

Davis Watson
2021 Darlington
Murray State

Adam Hopkins
2023 Thomas Co. Central
Miss State

Gabriel Harris
2023 Thomas Co. Central
Miss State

Daniel Crowell
2021 Discovery
Fullerton College

Riley Lyons
2021 Cherokee

Garrett Brophy
2021 Grayson

Sleeper of the Day

Mason Mikell
2021 Bacon Co.

The class of 2021 QB has grown an inch and gained 10 lbs over the last year. Mikell has long arms and does a nice job of rotating his torso as he follows through on his release, creating a nice tight spiral. He was under a pressure a good bit from watching his film but made some nice passes while rolling out due to pressure. Also, a pretty good runner who drives his legs thru the tackle. Watching some additional junior clips, and he is definitely doing a better job running the spread offense. Much more of a threat running the football. Needs to see the whole body of work, but I think there is some legit talent with how well he tosses the pigskin. Mikell wasn’t fully healthy as a junior, but senior year he is coming out strong with 1043 yards, and 15 touchdowns in just 5 games. He definitely has a gunslinger mentality, and we like the creativity he shows in the pocket to prolong time and find open receivers. His ability to make plays on the fly is an asset, but at the same time, we see him make dangerous throws across his body over the middle of the field. Mikell is a QB that we have liked since his sophomore year but admittedly lost track of during his junior year when he was out with injury, but again his film has impressed his senior year, and given his 6’3″ frame, he should honestly get solid looks down the recruiting stretch here.


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