Recruiting Recap 5/14

Welcome to another edition of the Recruiting Recap! It’s basically the mid-point in May, and we have been at this now for almost an entire month Mon-Fri. As always, we are here to tally down all of yesterday’s offers in the state, three players who are heating up and of course our sleeper of the day!

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I hope everyone is staying healthy and safe!


Yesterday’s Offers

Martez Thrower
2021 Wilcox Co.

Matthew Hess
2021 Allatoona
Birmingham Southern

Jawon Garner
2021 Hillgrove

Felix Hixon
2022 Jackson
East Carolina

Caden Williams
2021 Buford

Tommy Beuglas
2021 Buford
Murray State & Austin Peay

Caleb Fisher
2021 Columbia
Western Carolina

Kojo Antwi
2022 Lambert
Penn State

Larry Howard
2021 Putnam Co.

Jaylon Beasley
2021 Palmetto Prep
Jackson State

Bennett Christian
2022 Allatoona

James Watts
2021 Allatoona
Birmingham Southern

Bubba Chandler
2021 North Oconee

Devin Riles
2022 Carver-COL
East Carolina

Elijah Pritchett
2022 Carver-COL
Tenn, Syracuse & East Carolina

Jackson Hamilton
2021 Blessed Trinity
Middle Tenn

Holden Staes
2022 Westminster

Carlos Dunovant
2021 Chatt Co.

Andreas Keaton
2021 Hillgrove
New Hampshire

Caleb Wooden
2022 Archer

Damari Alston
2022 Woodward Acd.

Caleb Downs
2023 Mill Creek

Dylan Spelios
2021 East Coweta
Western Carolina

Jaylon Jackson
2020 Tift Co.
Southern Connecticut

Jalen Farmer
2022 Eastside
Georgia Tech

Holden Caspersen
2021 Roswell

Marques Owens
2021 Harrison
South Alabama

Victor Venn
2022 Buford

Marlin Klein
2022 Rabun Gap

DeVontra Bartley
2021 Effingham Co.

Amari McNeill
2021 Peachtree Ridge
South Alabama

Jaylen Ellis
2021 Paulding Co.

Kanaya Charlton
2022 Brunswick

Joshua Josephs
2022 North Cobb
Georgia Tech

Khristian Zachery
2021 Carrollton
Florida State

Jaiden Credle
2022 Carver-COL
East Carolina

Tajh Sanders
2022 Colquitt

Mykel Williams
2022 Hardaway
East Carolina

Jonquis Hardaway
2022 Hardaway
East Carolina

Andrew Worthy
2021 Hillgrove

Trevor Erickson
2021 Chatt Co.
Butler CC

Kaleb Edwards
2021 Dacula
Middle Tenn

Thomas Davis
2021 Lowndes

Dawson Rivers
2021 Tucker
Western Carolina

Three Heating Up

Elijah Pritchett
2022 Carver-COL

This one is easy. Pritchett saw three offers yesterday – ECU, Syracuse and Tenn. The 6’6″ offensive tackle prospect moves extremely well, and has been on our radar since the start of last year when we were watching film of their SR running back. Pritchett stands out pretty quickly. Right now, he holds offers from Nebraska, Michigan State and South Carolina on top of yesterday’s trio. It’s a good time board this recruiting train, because Pritchett is about to take off with P5 offers.

Marques Owens
2021 Harrison

Owens silently caught 727 yards and 9 touchdowns his junior year for the state champs. He’s got good hands, one play making our weekend top 10 where he made a pretty incredible one-handed diving catch. The speedy receiver has slowly been gaining more D1 traction the last month here. South Alabama came in with an offer yesterday, but he also holds recent ones from Bucknell, Long Island, EKU, Navy and Samford. At 5’10”, he figures to more of a slot at the next level, and we suspect more G5 programs will be offering here shortly.

Joshua Joseph
2022 North Cobb

Joseph is starting to gain more P5 traction here. The 6’2″ edge rusher for North Cobb has earned two P5 offers in the last month here. Georgia Tech and Ole Miss both respectively. What you got to like about the lon-armed pass-rusher is the urgency and quickness he gets out his stance and off his blocks. He is just plain hard to block. Does a nice job of pursuing the ball from the weakside. He’s a bit of a tweener right now in terms of OLB or DE, but given his obvious long arms on film, he is set to be a good edge defender regardless of the scheme he plays in. Expect his recruitment to continue to gain steam here as we enter the summer.

Sleeper of the Day

Tyler Curtis
2021 Parkview

Curtis is another big powerful back that honestly FBS schools should not sleep on just because he splits reps with Cody Brown. Curtis is very good in his own right, his slashing running style can rip open big plays. Very good acceleration going through the hole, Curtis was part of the driving force that led to Parkview’s comeback against Colquitt County where the Panthers just wore down the Packers. He carries his weight really well too, and should easily be over 220 lbs. at the next level. Has very good vision too. Just watching his film and it really seems like that Curtis got better each week. I would like to see him get lower with his pads when running the ball and sometimes do a little more to avoid the contact so he maximizes his yardage instead of running through the defender. He’s already 6’1″ and roughly 215 lbs. Right now he holds offers from Kent State and Akron – definitely think more D1 programs should be offering here.


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