Recruiting Recap 11/18

Welcome to another edition of the Recruiting Recap! Thanks for stopping by, and if you are new here, this is a feature where cover all of the latest offers and commitments over the last 24 hours to go along with our sleeper of the day pick as well!

So without further talking, let’s get into it! Scroll down below, and if you want to contact me shoot over a DM on Twitter or email at recruitgeorgia1@gmail.com. – David


Commitments

Corey Robinson
2021 Roswell
Kansas

Scoop: Mr. Robinson is a good looking OT prospect that we lauded as a P5 recruit dating back to a year ago, and with Kansas coming in with an offer, the 2021 recruit was ready. He has a near 7′ wingspan, pretty quick feet while engaged and a strong core of fundamentals to work with. Robinson will definitely make an impact for the Jayhawks, and we love his versatility to play multiple spots on the OL.


Andrew Blackford
2021 Lanier
Virginia Military

Scoop: At the start of November VMI jumped into Blackford’s recruitment after waiting throughout the process to play at a high level. He has a strong arm with a slightly unorthodox 3/4 release. Throws a very catchable pass and is excellent at leading the receiver. We really like his command in the pocket and footwork he shows maneuvering around the pocket while keeping his eyes upfield.





Yesterday’s Offers

Joseph Rampey
2021 Starr’s Mill
Lawrence Tech

Drew Allison
2021 Lumpkin Co.
Mt. Marty College

Zach Garcia
2021 Effingham Co.
LaGrange

Brendan Hunt
2021 Blessed Trinity
Samford

Trace Shumans
2021 Appling Co.
Point Univ.

Ashton Grable
2021 Wilkinson Co.
Austin-Peay

Pearce Brown
2021 Riverdale
WVU-Wesleyan

Justin Jones
2021 Cedar Grove
Morehouse

Qaeshon Sapp
2022 Lee Co.
Auburn

Jack Blackman
2021 Sequoyah
Illinois College

Grayson Mains
2022 Lambert
Arizona State

Dominick Lowe
2021 Locust Grove
Juniata College

Parker Mullis
2021 Coffee
Culver-Stockton

Dozie Okpala
2021 Loganville
Capital Univ. & Iowa Wesleyan

Deshan Davis
2021 Creekside Christian
Monmouth Univ. & Graceland

Damion Fitzpatrick
2021 Arabia Mt.
ETSU

Amari McNeill
2021 Peachtree Ridge
Washington State

Matt McAdoo
2021 Wilcox Co.
Point

Will Akins
2021 Loganville
Capital Univ. & Iowa Wesleyan

Keyvon Sanders
2021 Cook
Cumberlands

Jailen Clemons
2021 Telfair Co.
Faulkner

Daniel Tulk
2021 Flowery Branch
Mercer

Omar Pickett
2021 Cook
Cumberland

Traveon Tuff
2021 Colquitt Co.
Cumberlands

William Reynolds
2021 Wilkinson Co.
Culver-Stockton

Zack Borowski
2021 Decatur
Westminster

D’Shawn Fletcher
2021 Creekside Christian
Waldorf

Tyler Griffin
2022 SE Bulloch
Georgia Southern

Josh Josephs
2022 North Cobb
Arizona State

Bryce Johnson
2021 Salem
Hiram




Sleeper of the Day

Jerrod Woods
2021 Lee Co.

Woods is up to 205 after being 185 last year at his VA high school. He might have beeen 185 last year, but dang the 2021 recruit plays like a wild-guy out there on the field. He hits with authority, and I really like how he runs the football with a springy yet powerful running stride that allows him to step out of tackles. That said – he is a better fit at linebacker. The Lee County staff seems to think so, and senior film is holding up to that projection. Woods straight-line speed is good for the linebacker spot. He shows good explosiveness coming out his cuts and plays the game with relentless intensity. Woods is just a hitter plain and simple – he dishes out contact like a lunch buffet serves hot wings. Woods is looking explosive at linebacker, he plays with good instincts and has above-average acceleration. He has good flexibility and shows just an explosive play style. It’s the brutal hits and intensity he plays with coming between the gaps that makes him such an enticing prospect, and if he continues to add weight like he did over the last year, then Woods should be around 225 at the college level.

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