Recruiting Recap 10/8

Welcome to another edition of the Recruiting Recap! Thanks for stopping by, and if you are new here, this is a feature where we cover all of the offers over the last 24 hours and whatever decommittments or commitments that might occur as well. We got caught up doing a few new features this week, so have missed a few recaps so multiple days will be included. And of course, our sleeper of the day will be down at the bottom, so kick back, and get ready to see all of the recruiting action across the state of Georgia this week – at least what we can find!


COMMITMENTS

Kyler Johnson
2021 Carterville Alum/N. Georgia Prep
Campbell

Owen Spell
2022 Wayne Co.
Charleston Southern

Noah Smith
2022 King’s Ridge
Johns Hopkins

Ethan Sanchez
2022 North Paulding
Old Dominion


TRANSFER PORTAL

James Thomas
2020 Mitchell Co. Alum
Departing West Virginia





OFFERS

Michael Merriweather
2022 Carver-Col
Alabama A&M & Western Carolina

Zion Taylor
2023 Parkview
Liberty & Pittsburgh

Robert Grigsby
2023 North Cobb
Duke

Sam M’Bake
2022 North Cobb
Arkansas

Rylan Little
2022 Mill Creek
Persbyterian

Mente Bridge
2022 Collins Hill
Presbyterian

Alek Cooper
2022 South Paulding
Carthage

Preston Lang
2022 McEachern
Mizzou Valley & Culver-Stockton

Sean Downer
2022 Grayson
Presbyterian

Jashun Coley
2022 Wilcox Co.
Point

Jayvon Henderson
2022 Mill Creek
Presbyterian

Bryson Caleb Taylor
2022 Mill Creek
Presbyterian

Zander Cook
2022 Chattooga
Culver-Stockton

Collin Jackson
2022 Miller Co.
Culver-Stockton

Jaylen Periester
2022 Hiram
Culver-Stockton & Judson

Jakobe Omalho
2022 Riverwood
Maryville College

Terrell Sprigner
2022 Meadowcreek
Maryville College

Joshua Thompson
2022 Johns Creek
Miss Valley State, UT-Martin & Eastern Kentucky

Dallas Johnson
2022 Eastside
SEMO

Michael Daugherty
2023 Grayson
Purdue

Nate Lyons
2022 Walton
Berry

Bryant Greer
2022 Westfield
Stetson

Jack Oyola
2022 Alpharetta
Berry

Jarvis German
2022 Mary Persons
Stetson

Landen Thomas
2024 Colquitt Co.
South Carolina & Penn State

CJ Allen
2023 Lamar Co.
Mizzou

Jaylen Neal
2024 Buford
Michigan State

Debron Gatling
2024 Milton
Pittsburgh

AJ Hoffler
2023 Woodward Acd.
Arkansas

Micah Gay
2022 Johns Creek
Miss Valley State & Monmouth

Jamori Wright
2022 Appling Co.
Stetson

Trent Scheuerman
2022 Wheeler
Whittier College

Zion Young
2022 Westlake
Mizzou

Avery Born
2022 Sequoyah
Methodist

Jaaymen Rochell
2022 North Gwinnett
Stetson



Donya Golson
2022 Thomas Co. Central
ETSU

Caleb Holmes
2024 Creekside
Pittsburgh

Khary Morrow
2023 Creekside
Pittsburgh

Cam Foreman
2022 Rutland
Carthage

Gregory Baker II
2022 Parkview
Presbyterian

Josiah Abdullah
2025 Woodward Acd.
Pittsburgh

Nazir Berry
2022 Spalding
Edward Waters

Jeremiah Telander
2023 North Hall
Kansas

Kason Hodges
2022 Sumter Co.
Sterling College

CJ Heard
2024 Woodward
Pittsburgh

Dalton Moyse
2022 Hiram
Maryville College

Miada Jones
2022 Norcross
Morgan State

Ethan Mackenny
2023 Lassiter
North Carolina

Jalen Smith
2023 Grayson
Indiana

Johnny Williams
2023 Northeast
Oregon

Jelani Thurman
2023 Hughes
South Carolina

Zachariah Keith
2023 Hughes
Vandy

Zion Ragins
2024 Jones Co.
Oklahoma




Sleeper of the Day

Reggie Givhan
2022 North Cobb

Givhan has become a large part of the North Cobb passing attack his senior year taking several short passes from the slot and housing them. He has deceptive speed, and every time I think he has topped out he hits another gear 10-20 yards further downfield. That sort of long-distance sprinting puts defenders in terrible pursuit angles. Givhan is very quickly changing directions and watching him fly out of a break on short passes, he is very tough to guard in these situations. Givhan is extremely elusive as well showing very fluid hips changing directions and losing little speed. He has above-average balance, and though he only weighs 170 lbs., there are a fair amount of broken tackles. He’s still slight, and 170 lbs., but Givhan is not afraid of the big hit or dishing one out either when blocking. At the next level, you got to look at the 2022 prospect as a good short-yardage pass-catcher in the slot who can explode upfield after the catch but also someone you run deep down the seam too. Givhan was a defensive back last year at Hillgrove, so his emergence at receiver this fall is certainly something to continue to follow.

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