Recruiting Recap 11/4

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 the latest offers, commitments, and of course our sleeper of the day.

Hope everyone is doing well and is ready for a lot of recruiting content coming over the next few days. We will have several featured stories posted today, plus posting more public profiles for the class of 2021.

Enough talk! Scroll down below to see what is going down in the Peach State. – David


JD Bengston
2021 Tift Co.

Scoop: Columbia lands another commit in as many days. Bengston is a high IQ linebacker out of Tift County with strong fundamentals, and a strong 6’1″ 225 lbs. frame to plug holes in the trenches. Bengston is a great student as well with over a 4.0 GPA and good marks on his standardized test scores too. Columbia is definitely getting some recruiting momentum here in Georgia now with Aaron Brebnor and JD Bengston – look for them to finish strong the next few months.

Yesterday Offers

Ticko Sutton
2021 Discovery
Judson Univ.

Michael Mason
2021 Loganville

Baylor Borden
2021 Sequoyah

BJ Green
2021 Prince Ave.
Jacksonville State

Caleb McClung
2021 Fellowship Christian
Wheaton College

D’Shawn Fletcher
2021 Creekside Christian

Elijah Jones
2021 Pacelli
Lane College

Joseph Rampey
2021 Starr’s Mill

Jaylen Blackwell
2021 Union Grove
Boston College

DJ Mincey
2021 Toombs Co.

Tamarcus Pruit
2021 Bacon Co.
Defiance College

De’Nylon Morrissette
2022 Brookwood
Miss State

Darren Agu
2022 Rabun Gap
Michigan State

Sleeper of the Day

Patch Bennett
2021 Pierce Co.

Bennett seems to take blocking to another level when it comes to playing until the whistle is blown. The 2021 recruit just keeps at it until the defender is on the ground. There is a good bit of film with him blocking 10-20 yards downfield where he shows outstanding leg drive and hustle just doesn’t stop. Bennett had a very good junior year, he was one of the top OL in his classification and his nasty steak is consistent on film. He needs to work on flattening his back though, getting more flexible in the hips and just becoming quicker out his stance in general. Over the last year he’s gained about 20 lbs. and is around 260. Considering his 6’3″ frame, he should continue to fill out very well and be over 280-290 in college. Right now, Bennett’s film is private from this year, so the added weight is a bit of an unknown in how he is playing, but there is a good reason for him to be targeted heavily down the stretch as one of the top centers still available here in Georgia. His most recent offer comes by way of Point University, but we do think both FCS and DII programs will take a growing interest in the tough OL prospect.


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