Recruiting Recap 11/3




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 yesterday’s offers, commitments, and whatever recruiting news we can find on top of a sleeper of the day.

Should be a great day, so let’s get some work done! Scroll down below, college coaches, and if you have any specific questions about a player feel free to reach out. – David


Commitments

Aaron Brebnor
2021 North Gwinnett
Columbia

Scoop: Smart DB out of North Gwinnett has solid size at around 6′ and shows the versatility to play almost any DB spot. Brebnor reads the field well and has solid acceleration to the football. Good length allows the senior to break up a wide radius of balls thrown his way. Brebnor was pursued by strong academics throughout the recruiting process, so this was a big win for Columbia.


TJ Young
2021 Dacula
Elon

Scoop: Physical linebacker over at Dacula has was big contributor to their state semifinal finish in 2019, and once again he is a leader in 2020. Young explodes to the football and has good size at 6’2″ and 215 lbs. He meets the ball carrier with intensity and we really like his pursuit angles, plus he is a sound tackler who drives his legs through the ball carrier. Young had his share of D1 offers, so this is a big commit for Elon here.


Deyon Bouie
2022 Bainbridge
Georgia

Scoop: Bouie does almost everything over at Bainbridge. After being an All-State performer as a freshman, he tried his hat on offense more in 2019 and was a dynamic playmaker for them. Bouie has continued that trend here in 2020, but the reality is his best football is still on the defensive side of the ball. He has elite acceleration, balance, and change of direction. Great pick-up for UGA here. Next fall, we expect Bouie to be getting reps at QB, so that should certainly be interesting for his senior year.




Yesterday’s Offers

Anthony Lovett
2021 SW DeKalb
Defiance

Demarion Dixon
2021 Fitzgerald
Point

Justin Hartwell
2021 Marist
Mizzou S&T

Johnny Gilbert
2021 Dutchtown
Point

Montae Boyd
2021 Shiloh
Point

Spenser Smith
2021 Gilmer
Sterling College

Baylor Borden
2021 Sequoyah
Reinhardt

Jack Blackman
2021 Sequoyah
Reinhardt

Jackson Hodge
2021 Thomasville
Point

Anthony Dorr
2021 Creekview
Reinhardt

Audavion Collins
2022 Newton
Tennessee

D’Shawn Fletcher
2021 Creekside Christian
Mass Maritime Acd.

Tyreon Millsap
2021 Clarke Central
Shorter

Aaron Prum
2021 Lanier
Huntingdon

Aughnae Waggoner
2021 East Coweta
Concordia-Chi

Andrew Howe
2021 Apalachee
Sterling College

Danny Conley
2021 Mays
North Carolina Wesleyan

Montavious Cunningham
2021 Clarke Central
Lenoir-Rhyne

Collin Goodloe
2021 Hiram
Sterling College

Will Akins
2021 Loganville
Defiance

Justin Ested
2021 Kennesaw Mt.
Troy

Julien Patterson
2021 Meadowcreek
Rochester

Cade Petty
2021 North Murray
Manchester Univ.

VJ Payne
2022 Buford
Michigan State

Christopher Murray
2021 ARC
Methodist




Sleeper of the Day

Montavious Cunningham
2021 Clarke Central

Cunningham earned an invite to the rising seniors game almost a year ago now. At around 285 lbs. you can fully expect the big offensive linemen to be over 300 lbs. in college and probably sliding over to OG too. Huge frame allows him to move defenders easily but needs more work with body control. His length and raw natural power are impressive though; he basically manhandles the defender completely out of the play. Film was okay in his junior year, jumping into his senior year now and he is playing all over the LOS, and what really catches my eye is the improved body control while engaged. Cunningham has offers from Murray State, Lenoir-Rhyne, and SEMO, so the D1 interest is there, but given his blend of size, power at the point of attack, and general athleticism while engaged, it’s hard to see him going under the radar much long as more D1 programs fill out their OL class.

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