Recruiting Recap 11/11

Welcome to another edition of the Recruiting Recap! Thanks for stopping by, and if you are new here, this a feature where we cover all of the top recruiting news across the state over the last 24 hours. So offers, commitments, potentially players heating up, and of course our sleeper of the day too. Every recap is different, and no other recruiting service in the country covers Georgia’s daily movements better than us, but of course, we could always use your help, so feel free to reach out and let us know about a recruit we are missing on.

Also, we are going to be releasing a realized 2022 recruiting database that is NCAA compliant over the next week here, so be on the lookout. Outside of that, we have 3 more featured stories to cover this week, and those who love team rankings go ahead check those out on the site for Week 11. Enjoy the recap, and happy Hump Day! – David


David Conner
2022 MLK
Morgan State

Scoop: At 6’6″ and 270 lbs., the class of 2022 two-way player was at SW DeKalb, where he showed nice upside. That has continued into his year at MLK, where Conner has grown more, and starting to outline himself as a D1 OT prospect. Morgan State offered at the end of October, and Conner felt comfortable to solidify his commitment to the program, making him one of the earliest commits in the class of 2022, and potentially the first to a HBCU.

Yesterday’s Offers

Gamarion Carter
2021 Stephens Co.

Nick Jackson
2021 Mt. Pisgah
Marist College

Cason Henry
2022 Walton

Ethan Garrett
2021 Whitefield Acd.

Montavioius Cunningham
2021 Clarke Central
Georgia State

Keyvon Sanders
2021 Cook
Trinity International

CJ Wiggins
2021 Bowdon

Daniel Tulk
2021 Flowery Branch
Georgia State

Jaden Griffin
2021 ARC
Carroll Univ.

Finn Allers
2021 Chamblee
Guilford College

Eldrick Mason
2021 Central Gwinnett
Point, Culver-Stockton & Bethel

James Watts
2021 Allatoona

Charles Stegall
2021 Jeff Davis

Jimmy inman
2021 Douglas Co.
Juniata College

Tijuan Dixon
2021 Central-Macon

Darius Stone
2021 Aquinas

Phillip Johnson
2021 Temple

Adam Lamar
2021 Central-Macon

Joseph Rampey
2021 Starr’s Mill

Kyle Hammond
2021 Woodward
Denison Univ.

Colby Dumbra
2021 East Paulding

Darren Agu
2022 Rabun Gap
Arizona State

Zion Ragins
2024 Jones Co.
Georgia & South Carolina

Heating Up

Daniel Tulk
2021 Flowery Branch

The 6’5″ 245 OT has taken a jump over the last year gaining muscle and that has translated well on film. He is extremely flexible, keeps a very flat back, and shows great athleticism getting to the 2nd level. Absolutely love the athleticism we see while engaged with a defender; Tulk looks great out on the perimeter scoop blocking. Very good leg drive, and uses length well with nice hand placement too. He has pretty quick feet in pass protection too. The D1 programs have come calling recently with offers from Georgia State, Charleston Southern, Jacksonville State and Air Force over the last few weeks. That’s just scratching at the surface though. Tulk should be considered one of the top uncommitted OT’s in this recruiting class at this point, and we expect his offer list to be well over double-digit very soon here. Keep an eye on Tulk, we think he can warrant some legit FBS interest. His midseason film is posted down below.

Sleeper of the Day

Walker Williams
2021 Grayson

Walker Williams keeps a really flat back while engaged and shows excellent leg drive when blocking. He gets out his stance and really explodes across the line of scrimmage when he is pulling. Williams has a lighter frame but a good athletic profile and should be just fine adding weight over the next few years. Really like his upside at center honestly. He is very quick and should be good at picking up blitzes in the A gap. Williams is usually the first on his team popping out of his stance. He is very efficient at knocking defenders back, showing powerful hands at the point of attack. Pass blocking is solid too, watching him against Marietta he was going head to head with a P5 senior commit and did very well. Moves really well while engaged with a defender. Williams is severely underrated in this recruiting class, but we expect as Grayson makes their push to the state title his recruiting attention will certainly increase. At 6’3-4″, Williams plays all over the LOS for Grayson, but as mentioned earlier we really like his potential at C and to be around 280 at the college level.


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