Recruiting Recap 12/10

Welcome to another edition of the Recruiting Recap! Hope everyone is doing well, and if you are new here, this is a feature where we attempt to report all of the offers, commitments, and whatever recruiting news we can tally to go along with our always coveted sleeper of the day.

Not much else to say, we are going to be jumping into All-State research here soon, and going over All-Region teams at the moment. Expect All-State to be released immediately after the season, and it will be staggered since my site cannot handle +10k people on the site at once. So stay tuned, I already have been contacted by a few college coaches about when we will get that out! – David




Commitments

Ty Glenn
2021 Cairo
Albany State

Scoop: Big linemen out of Cairo who stands about 6’4″ and 300 lbs. has a ton of raw upside at DT. He is very strong at the point of attack but needs to continue to work on core strength and hip flexibility. Very good commit for ASU, Glenn was widely considered a D1 recruit this time a year ago, and it’s hard for a DII program to find a player with his athletic upside.


Decommitments

Tay Shipp
2021 Worth Co.
St. Thomas


Yesterday’s Offers

Larry Young
2021 Jenkins Co.
Cumberlands

Jakestal Lee
2021 Jenkins Co.
Cumberlands

Cortez Thomas
2021 Crips Co.
Point

Amarion Hicks
2021 Tri-Cities
Judson

Mekhi Mews
2021 Central Gwinnett
Morehouse, Miles, Livingtone, & Allen

Jack Blackman
2021 Sequoyah
Southern Virginia

Connor Vaughn
2021 Lamar Co.
Concordia

Jazion Jones
2021 South Paulding
Jackson State PWO

Andrew Ridings
2021 Prince Aven
Sterling College

Qua’Shon Sapp
2022 Lee Co.
Penn State

Nicholas Palmer
2021 Columbus
Berry College

Jaylen Johnson
2023 Appling Co.
Syracuse

Jermaine Brewton
2021 Pierce Co.
Savannah State & Aurora Univ.

Dylan Lane
2021 Mill Creek
Jamestown

Tony Roundtree
2021 Josey
Erskine

James Reddick
2021 Peach Co.
Jackson State

Darren Baggett
2021 Mt. View
Campbellsville

Thomas Lamb
2021 Ridgeland
Olivet-Nazarene

Daysan Ranew
2021 Mt. View
Point

Fabian Njika
2021 Paulding Co.
Point

Cantrell Forbes
2021 Tri-Cities
Judson

Marquez Cowins
2021 Hughes
Bethany

Sincere Johnson
2021 Eastside
Minnesota Morris

Michael Akins
2021 Gordon Lee
Mount Marty

TJ Harvison
2023 Villa Rica
Kentucky

J’Kobe Harris
2021 Crisp Co.
Mars Hill

Titus McBride
2021 Walton
Defiance

Thomas Barton
2021 Lowndes
Gannon Univ.

Robert Smith
2021 North Springs
Defiance

Adam Head
2021 George Walton
Livingstone

Antonie Lattany
2020 Air Force Transfer
Hutchison CC

Marcellis Turner
2021 Grayson
Minnesota Morris

Caleb Appleby
2021 West Laurens
West Virginia Wesleyan

Donta Washington
2021 Maynard Jackson
Defiance

Dondre Frith
2021 South Cobb
Carthage

Rawson MacNeill
2022 Walton
Jacksonville State

Edwin Mangual
2021 Archer
Dubuque

Justin Carter
2021 Tucker
Mizzou Valley

Jahseim Henry
2021 Woodland-Cartersville
Reinhardt

Harrison Hamsley
2021 Valwood
Gannon

Keeman Hayes
2021 Tucker
Mizzou Valley

Jake Davis
2021 Upson-Lee
Jamestown




Sleeper of the Day

Quante Jennings
2021 Cartersville

Jennings stands at 5’10” and has a nice running style with excellent cut back vision. He does a very good job of setting up the defender and makes very good open-field cuts. Sells these cuts very well and does a great job of reading the defender. I really like how he lowers his shoulder into contact and does a nice job of falling forward. Cannot teach the elusive nature that Jennings shows with the football. He has pretty quick feet but it’s more to do with his natural ability to make a defender miss. Couple that with his running vision and you got to like what you see in Jennings potential at the next level. The 2021 recruit doesn’t have the greatest top-end speed, and will need to continue to sharpen up his agility. He should continue to fill out just fine and be over 200 lbs. As it stands, he is one of the most underrated backs we have seen for in the state, you cannot teach his open-field vision.

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