Recruiting Recap 12/1

Welcome to another edition of the Recruiting Recap! Thanks for stopping by, and be sure to tell a friend or two about this feature! We offer the latest offers, commitments, decommitments, sleeper of the day, and potentially few more featured players too.

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Have a great day! – David


Tyzen Wilkerson
2021 Grayson

Scoop: The 6’2″ 250 lbs. senior OL at Grayson has started a lot of the year at LT. He is a strong fundamental blocker who shows wonderful back arch while engaged and is very agile sliding his feet. He gets out to his responsibilities in a hurry. Pops out his stance when pulling and making a block quick. Very good hip bend. Just a naturally good athlete who moves very well and has excellent power at the point of attack. Good pick-up for Mercer – Wilkerson is battle-tested against some of the top DL in the state and should do well at OG at the next level.

Yesterday’s Offers

EJ Lightsey
2022 Fitzgerald

Cameron Brown
2021 Douglas Co.

Michael Mason
2021 Loganville
Illinois Colelge

Cade Petty
2021 North Murray

Kenyan Hunter
2021 Richmond Hill

Andrew Ridings
2021 Prince Ave

Brandon Watkins
2021 Northeast

Anthony Lovett
2021 SW DeKalb
Mizzou Valley College

Omar Pickett
2021 Cook

Cortez Thomas
2021 Crisp Co.

J’Shawn Baker
2021 Brooks Co.

Johnny Williams
2023 Northeast
Florida State

Robert Iverson
2021 New Manchester
Arkansas Monticello

Jaleel Chambliss
2023 Griffin

Lawson Haigler
2021 Fellowship Christian

Taj Hobbs
2021 Metter
Sterling College

Cade Fox
2021 Peachtree Ridge
Fullerton College

Lawson Luckie
2023 Norcross
Florida State

Ethan Nation
2023 Roswell

Dailan Hall
2021 Westover

J’Kobe Harris
2021 Crisp

Sleeper of the Day

Dorian Helm
2021 Stephenson

Helm doesn’t exactly stand out when you just see his listed measurements but roll back his film over the last few years and you can see why the quick-reacting defensive back made so many plays. His feet are in constant motion, and he shows excellent quickness to go along with his innate ability to read the pass downfield. Helms is just a pure football player. He is built a lot more like a cornerback, and at the college level that’s probably a nice fit, at least nickel. Helm hits with authority, seriously the young man plays with reckless abandon down the middle of the field. Love how he closes on the football, and shows pretty good timing on his pass breakups. Helm also takes very good pursuit angles. He is aggressive taking on blockers despite being a shade under 180, has very good punch with his hands. It’s easy to see how another 15-20 lbs. could really open up Helm’s tackling, which is already some of the best of any defensive back in this recruiting class. Helm earned an offer last month from Notre Dame College, but has not seen much interest until last spring. He has a 3.5 GPA, and a 1000 SAT. Honestly one of the best uncommitted DB’s left in this recruiting class.


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