The final week of regular season football is taking place tonight; who would have guessed the season would fly by so fast?
Good luck to seniors playing their final high school game tonight! Be sure to let Recruit Georgia know your final season stats and film.
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Dameon Williams, a junior Norcross cornerback, visited Duke last Saturday for an unofficial. On Monday, the athletic corner was notified by the Duke staff that he had received an offer—his first FBS offer. Interestingly enough, just two days after his Duke offer, archrival North Carolina submitted one itself. Notably, Williams had an impressive four-interception game against Mountain View this season.
In other Norcross news, 4-star defensive end Robert Beal committed to Notre Dame. The junior sack master was offered first by Nebraska in February and soon after blew up as a national recruit, receiving well over 20 offers. He is an elite pass-rusher with incredible speed and size (6’4″, 230) to get by offensive tackles with ease. FILM
A pair of Walton linebackers committed over the week. Joey Goodman, who we highlighted earlier this year, was offered by Harvard over Halloween weekend and soon after committed. Outside linebacker Taji Stewart chose Sun Belt school South Alabama mid-week.
That makes three Walton linebackers (Christian Sullivan being the other) who are now committed to Division I schools. Walton’s fourth linebacker, Garrett Eldred, visited Charleston Southern last weekend. Which begs the question, how many high schools have four senior linebackers who are either committed to or being recruited by Division I colleges?
Brittain Brown also visited Duke last Saturday in their crushing defeat against Miami. The Blue Devil commit is currently leading Class AAAAAA with 1,690 yards and 18 touchdowns. Against the vaunted Roswell defense Brown tallied 228 yards rushing on 28 carries and two receptions for 77 yards. He could end up being their most anticipated incoming freshman ever. RG Profile
Stavion Stevenson had a great visit to App State last weekend in the triple-OT win against Troy. Stevenson is a very athletic defensive end prospect who is a little raw, but he has a great work ethic and very high ceiling. RG Profile
Riverwood wide receiver Evan Crossing was offered by Jacksonville State on Nov. 1. Looks like the acrobatic wideout’s recruitment is starting to heat up—just a few weeks back Crossing received an offer from Navy.
Elijah Ponder announced on Twitter that he committed to Cincinnati. The 6’4″ defensive end from South Cobb blew up this summer receiving a lot of interest from Power 5 schools but decided in the end he wanted to become a Bearcat.
Richard Lecounte, one of the elite safety prospects for the class of 2017, announced his top seven via Twitter. In no order: Ohio State, Florida, Georgia, Auburn, Clemson, Florida State and Georgia Southern.
Owen Pappoe, a 2019 outside linebacker with right at 20 college scholarship offers already, was offered by Missouri and Illinois over the weekend. Stay tuned to Recruit Georgia for Pappoe’s latest offers and visits.
Another sensational freshman received good news this week. Dominick Blaylock, Walton’s big-play receiver, was offered by Michigan on Nov. 5. Every week Blaylock seems to land another offer from a Power 5 conference team (NC State last week).
Newton’s Robert Sease is visiting Eastern Kentucky this weekend. Sease is an athletic junior linebacker who is being hotly pursued by a handful of mid-majors. He just recently visited Charlotte and told Recruit Georgia he had a great visit.
Artice Hobbs ended his recruitment on Nov. 5 with the commitment to Army. Hobbs is a speedy back who should fit in well at the A-Back spot on Army’s offense. The Newton senior is also a great student athlete with a 4.0 GPA. Hobbs is Army’s third commit from Georgia.
Senior slot receiver Major Bellamy was offered by Samford. The super-quick receiver from Central Gwinnett has a knack for finding open spots in the coverage and fits perfectly into Chris Hatcher’s air-raid offense.
Creekside cornerback DJ Brown was offered by Wisconsin on Nov. 4. The junior cornerback has received a lot of FBS offers over the last six months.
Corey Reed, an athletic wide receiver from Mays, was offered by Troy. He is 6’2″, 190 and should really start to garner attention from Power 5 schools.
Marvin Kinsey Jr., a current Georgia Southern commit, let us know that Utah State offered him today. Kinsey is having a great senior campaign, running over 1,000 yards.
Gray Nichols will be taking his first unofficial visit to Shorter this weekend. The 2018 offensive guard is starting his first season of varsity ball and is very fundamentally sound. RG Profile