Recruiting Recap 4/17

Oh yeah, we are back doing recruiting recaps with a new format that will hopefully help assist colleges in finding emerging recruits in the state of Georgia. Expect this to be published Monday-Friday morning (getting a later start, had to get groceries this morning) and it will recap yesterday’s offers, three emerging recruits and of course a sleeper of the day.

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Yesterday’s Offers
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Theodore Young, 2021, Dacula – Tulane

Ahmad Walker, 2021, Warner Robins – Memphis, Tulane & Austin Peay

Jaden Gaines, 2021, Chattahoochee – Austin Peay

Dayne Shor, 2022, Denmark – Penn State & Nebraska

David Alexander, 2021, Johns Creek – Austin Peay

Tyler Gibson, 2022, Johns Creek – Michigan State

Charles Arnold, 2021, Hughes – Austin Peay

David Mbabinga, 2023, Kell – Georgia Tech

Jamal Hill, 2021, Kell – Samford

Courtney McBride, 2021, Heritage – South Alabama & Georgia State

Matt McAdoo, 2021, Wilcox – Austin Peay

Miles Norris-Nobles, 2021, Druid Hills – Tenn State & Gardner Webb

Holden Staes, 2022, Westminster – Penn State

Ty Anderson, 2022, Thomasville – South Carolina

Neto Okpala, 2021, Loganville – Tenn State

Kole Bratton, 2021, Allatoona – Rose-Hulman

Gabe Idowu, 2021, Statesboro – Lenoir-Rhyne

Marlin Klein, 2022, Rabun Gap – Michigan

Elliot Howell, 2021, Arabia Mt. – Tenn State

Demerrius Arnold, 2021, Alexander – Youngstown State

Prince Morgan, 2021, Mill Creek – Southern Illinois

Kojo Antwi, 2022, Lambert – Florida State

Jalen Garner, 2021, Norcross – Houston

John Ferguson, 2021, Athens Christian – Fordham

Tyree West, 2022, Tift Co. – Penn State, Pittsburgh & Arkansas

Javonte Sherman, 2021, Valdosta – Ohio & East Carolina

Ese Dubre, 2021, McEachern – Lousiana

Tyler Morehead, 2021, Clinch – Coastal Carolina

Addison Nichols, 2022, GAC – Texas A&M

Jaron Willis, 2022, Lee Co. – Ole Miss

Damari Alston, 2022, Woodward Acd. – Michigan State

Marquise Groves- Killebrew, 2022, Grayson – Texas

Kaleb Edwards, 2021, Dacula – Virginia

Tre Staley, 2021, Brookwood – Army

Jaden Slocum, 2021, Alpharetta – Michigan

Jordan Favors, 2021, Griffin – Samford

Jake Pope, 2022, Buford – Ole Miss

Hugh Laughlin, 2021, Athens Academy – Columbia

Joshua Joseph, 2022, North Cobb – Ole Miss

Three Heating Up

Neto Okpala, 2021, Loganville

Okpala has been blowing up lately with college interest. The 6’2″ 225 lbs. OLB/DE prospect has seen offers from Tenn Tech, Murray State, Bowling Green, Richmond, UT Chattanooga, Navy, Tulane, Robert Morris, Georgia State, Fordham, Georgia Southern, Air Force, Gardner Webb and Army in just the last few weeks. Okpala had 88 tackles and 7 sacks last year missing one game. He now holds 18 offers to date.

Dainsus Miller, 2022, Creekside

The Creekside rising junior has been lighting up the board with P5 offers in the month of April. Big time programs like Nebraska, Florida State, Oklahoma, Maryland, Auburn & Kentucky are the latest. Right now, he is unrated in his class, but expect the lightening-quick ballhawk to end up being a top 50 player in the state of Georgia. At 5’11” and 160 lbs. he shows some good physicality as an open field tackler and even better looking in coverage flipping his hips and stick to receivers like glue.

Jordan Palmer, 2021, Chattahoochee

Palmer went off last season as one of the leading receivers in the state of Georgia with 1057 yards, and 14 receiving touchdowns, averaging 117.4 yards per game. The 6’4″ athlete has seen his recruitment explode the last month with offers from Tenn Tech, EKU, UTC, Ga State, App State, Cinci, Bowling Green, Buffalo, UCONN, Kent State, Fordham, & Western Kentucky. Expect P5 programs to be jumping on sooner rather than later.

Sleeper of the Day

Devin Miller, 2021, Community Christian

Miller has very good ball skills going up for passes, he catches the ball away from his body and does a nice job of fighting thru the contact in order to make a play. Tough athlete, literally tore the football away from a DB who made an interception to help his team retain possession. Has a big frame and moves fairly well with his cuts. Miller needs to improve his lateral quickness, and route running in general. He is tough to tackle in his division of play, but needs to cut down on juking considering his general size at 6’1″ 205 lbs. Miller is an enticing recruit, his big frame should make a lot of colleges interested in his upside to fillout into multiple offensive roles. Right now he holds an offer from Tenn Tech, and is absolutely a D1 recruit to monitor going forward.


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