Recruiting Recap 11/30

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 latest offers, commitments, and of course our sleeper of the day! I’ll admit, this is going to be a recap that spans from Wednesday-Sunday, so there is little doubt in my mind that some offers will be missed. After so many days our timeline just doesn’t load with all of the content going through. There were a lot of decommitments that we found over the last few days.

Well, either way, I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving break, and ready to take on the week! Hopefully, this recap can help start your week and be sure to tell others about our free weekday feature that tallies up the activity in the state better than any paid recruiting service in the country. – David


Commitments

Trenilyus Tatum
2021 Mt. Zion
Georgia Tech

Scoop: This was a big flip here for Georgia Tech. They add much-needed length and athleticism to linebacker with Tatum, who is one of the best sideline-to-sideline athletes at linebacker in this recruiting class. Tatum hits his top speed in a few steps, getting into the backfield in a blink and making quick use of the ball carrier with an efficient tackler.


Decommitments

Trenilyus Tatum
2021 Mt. Zion
South Carolina

Trevin Wallace
2021 Wayne Co.
Boston College

ZaBrien Harden
2021 Swainsboro
Arkansas State

Jaylen Blackwell
2021 Union Grove
Arkansas State




Recent Offers

Darren Agu
2022 Rabun Gap
Duke

Jermaine Brewton
2021 Pierce Co.
Carthage

Justin Williams
2022 East Paulding
Kansas

Travion Pope
2021 Lowndes
Sterling

Dequori Garrett
2021 Allatoona
Tabor

Mumu Bin-Wahad
2022 Grayson
TCU

Kye Robichaux
2021 Glenwood
Peru State

Cason Henry
2021 Walton
Kansas

Oscar Delp
2022 West Forsyth
Tennessee

Horatio Fields
2021 New Manchester
ETSU

Darren McLaurin
2021 Lanier
DePauw

Scotty Randolph
2021 Clarke Central
Eskrine

Trevin Wallace
2021 Wayne Co.
LSU

Kojo Antwi
2022 Lamber
Indiana & LSU




Sleeper of the Day

Kevin Lavell Howard
2021 Alpharetta

The lanky CB has looked impressive during the 2020 season. He plays well with his eyes and shows solid quickness with his feet. Definitely like his IQ, Howard seems to jump a lot of passes. Very natural looking backpedal. Like his length, allows him to break up a wide radius of passes. Howard looks smooth as an athlete. Open field tackling is okay, think that will improve more as he gains some muscle – at least his form looks good. Solid college prospect, and think some more D1 schools will take an interest in the field corner. He has a good frame at 6′ and 175 lbs., and made a good jump over the last year. Howard currently holds no offers, and that definitely needs to change.

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