Recruiting Recap 11/12

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 and commitments over the last 24 hours to along with our sleeper of the day too! Sometimes we do a ‘Heating Up’, which highlights a player receiving a sudden surge of college offers.

Anyways, who would have guessed that we are already to the mid-point of November? We have one more featured story on the website, and a mountain of profiles to get made. Outside of that, college coaches, we got a database for the class of 2021 and 2022 and that can change your recruiting prospects here in Georgia – please contact – David


Tristan Lyon
2021 Gainesville
Georgia State

Scoop: Lyon is one of the most consistent punters in the entire state with long booming punts that hang up in the air for over 4 seconds, while also being proficient in directing the punt to either side of the field. It always seems like Georgia State is able to nab a quality specialist, and we fully believe Lyon will be the punter of the future here.

Dwayne Johnson
2021 South Gwinnett

Scoop: Huge pick-up here for Army. Johnson has some of the highest raw upside at 6’4″ and over 200 lbs. He has freakish change of direction for that kind of length, and has the versatility to play a number of spots on defense, but probably best utilized playing off the edge. Johnson is an absolute steal for Army, who is quickly approaching 20 commits here in the state for the class of 2021.

Yesterday’s Offers

Zion Ragins
2024 Jones Co.
South Carolina

Justin Williams
2022 East Paulding

Corey Robinson
2021 Roswell

Cole Spence
2022 Mt. Pisgah
Jax State

Marc Harris
2022 Haralson Co.
LaGrange College

Clay Crawford
2021 Pepperell
Union College

Kam Ward
2021 Irwin Co.
Albany State

Dante Tidwell Edwards
2021 North Murray
Gardner Webb

Amaurae Moore
2021 Sprayberry
Central Arkansas

BJ Green
2021 Prince Aven

John Dickerson IV
2021 Islands

Yaqym Lowery
2021 New Manchester

Christian Moss
2021 North Cobb
Mizzou State

Tyzen Wilkerson
2021 Grayson

Tyrus Washington
2022 Lee Co.

Degarius Senior
2021 Shaw

Whitt Spurlock
2021 Northside-Col
Huntingdon College

Jailen Clemons
2021 Telfair Co.
Cumberland & LaGrange

Dasheen Jackson
2021 Carver-Col
Fort Scott CC

Jaden Griffin
2021 ARC
Rochester & Culver-Stockton

KJ Robertson
2021 Pebblebroook
Lake Erie

Trey Goodman
2021 Norcross

D’Shawn Fletcher
2021 Creekside Christian
Tabor College

Taylor Moon
2021 Statesboro

Justin Williams
2022 East Paulding
Vanderbilt & Louisville

EJ Lightsey
2022 Fitzgerald
South Carolina

Javan Hardemon
2021 Crisp Co.

Brett Stefan
2021 Woodstock

Keyshawn Walker
2021 Appling Co.

Perry Jones
2021 Troup

Jose Charies
2021 Hillgrove

Tay Roberts
2021 Warren Co.

Charles King
2021 Tift Co.

Charles Stegall
2021 Jeff Davis
Pikeville & Cumberland

Xavier P Williams
2021 Colquitt Co.
Georgia State

Martavian Cooper
2021 Madison Co.

Nick Jackson
2021 Mt. Pisgah

Heating Up

Justin Williams
2022 East Paulding

Before it is all said and done, Williams will be one of the most coveted backs in Georgia. It’s already happening in fact. The 6′ 200 lbs. back who was sidelined part of his sophomore year has played great junior year, and the college attention is really heating up with offers from Vanderbilt, Louisville, & Nebraska over the last 4 days. Williams has a near-perfect blend of size, speed and explosiveness, so we really expect more P5 programs in on the fun here shortly.

Sleeper of the Day

Lowell Jones
2021 Westminster

Jones has his film mashed up in a combo of soph and junior year highlights, which honestly means he was injured for part of the year. Either way, what stands out about the 6’2″ 200 lbs. linebacker is the explosiveness and good agility we see in his film. He closes pretty well. Very impressive leg drive through his tackle attempt, has several plays where he takes on a blocker, drives them back then makes the tackle. Good stuff. Very good blocker on the perimeter too, once again it shows how strong he is at the point of attack. Jumps the gaps and shows a relentless mindset for the linebacker spot. I also like how he switches thru playing MLB, OLB, and even DE. Jones gets extremely good leverage, he is able to get underneath his opponent and really create havoc. Love his explosiveness, Jones is what they call a good old-fashioned football player who shows a very versatile skillset and the angular explosive body type that you look for in D1 caliber linebackers. Not surprised by his wrestling finish last year. For class 3-A, he finished 6th in the state at 195. At the moment, Jones’ recruiting interest is modest, but if given the time to let him fill out his frame, I think he will end up being a steal for a college program. He’s a great student too with a 97.01 average and a 1520 on the SAT. Senior year he is playing MIKE and playing great football.


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