Recruiting Recap 6/11

Welcome to a Friday afternoon edition of the Recruiting Recap! There was a minor hiccup in our scheduling yesterday, so this recap will span from Wednesday to the moment this was written. As always, we are doing our best to report all of the offers in the state, but if we have missed one from your parts reach out and we will correct it.


Josh Dallas
2022 Trinity Christian

Scoop: Dallas is one of the more versatile athletes in all of Class A. He is dynamic at both wide receiver, showing some of the best ball skills in this class while also being a talented defensive back. Dallas’ versatility gives the Flame a good problem in where he will lineup at the next level, but our gut says defense.

Nate Lewis
2022 Jeff Davis
Georgia Southern

Scoop: Lewis is a blocking-machine over at Jeff Davis. At about 6’4″ and maybe shade under 270 lbs. Lewis might not have the heavy-set frame of other FBS OL in the state, but his tenacious blocking style and explosive power at the point of attacks make him one of the best run blockers in the state of Georgia. 


Javious Bond
2023 Jones Co.
Ole Miss

Kevin White
2022 Heritage

Christian Epling
2022 Mill Creek

Levi Brown
2022 Allatoona
Kennesaw State

Max Lantzsch
2022 Rabun Gap

Pichon Wimbley
2022 Newnan
Charleston Southern

Aaron Fenimore
2023 East Coweta
Coastal Carolina

Evan Bax
2022 Walton
Tenn Tech

Victor Burley
2023 Warner Robins
Marshall & Indiana

Tyler Hughes
2022 Marietta

Chayce Smith
2023 Warner Robins

Prentiss Noland
2024 Hughes

Jadan Baugh
2024 Columbia

Joseph Stone
2024 Grayson

Jalen Smith
2023 Grayson
Boston College, Charlotte & Georgia State

Audavion Collins
2022 Newton
Austin Peay

Ian Geffrard
2023 Whitefield

Shamurad Umarov
2023 Denmark
Florida & South Florida

Edward Coleman
2025 Grayson

Tyjai Hopper
2024 Alpharetta

PJ Simmons
2023 ELCA
Kent State

Kelton Smith
2023 Carver-Columbus

Donovan Johnson
2022 Cedar Grove

Adonijah Green
2023 Cedar Grove
Middle Tenn

Carlton Madden
2022 Cedar Grove
Mid Tenn, Liberty, WKU, Ark Pine Bluff, Georgia Tech & Akron

Cameron Crowell
2022 Caver-Columbus
Tenn Tech

TreTre Jeffery
2025 Thomas

Xavier Smith
2022 Hughes
Arkansas Pine-Bluff

Christian Benson
2022 Eastside
Austin Peay

Rowan Burdick
2022 Chattooga
Arizona Christian

Rashad Benson
2022 New Manchester
Iowa Wesleyan

Zion Odoms
2022 Northeast-Macon
Liberty & Marshall

River Handson
2023 Woodward Acd.

Quantaves Gaskins
2022 Cedar Grove
Georgia Tech

Elisha Samples
2022 North Forsyth
UAB & Richmond

Malachi Reed
2022 Newton
Austin Peay

Savion Riley
2022 Kennesaw Mt.

Andre Thomas
2022 Peach Co.

Bailey Mohler
2022 Unity Christian

Christian Harrison
2022 Woodward Acd.
Marshall & Mercer

KD Dorsey
2023 Evans
Arkansas State & Western Kentucky

Mason Humphrey
2023 Grayson

Jacob Klein
2022 Ridgeland

Adorian Favors
2022 Cedar Shoals
Boston College

Marcus Sanders
2022 Macon Co.
Western Kentucky

Gavin Morris
2022 South Forsyth

EJ Colson
2025 Peach Co.

Griffin Scroggs
2022 Grayson

DeAndre Buchannon
2023 Carver-Atlanta

AJ Hoffler
2023 Woodward
Arizona State

Isaiah Abbey
2022 Sprayberry

Tyhler Williams
2022 Milton
Albany State

David Conner
2022 MLK

Rau Aguirre
2023 Whitewater
South Carolina

Ashton Daniels
2022 Buford

Jack Luttrell
2023 Hebron Christian
Texas A&M

Antwan Hill
2025 Houston Co.

Michael Daughtery
2023 Grayson
Indiana, North Carolina & Charlotte

CJ Allen
2023 Lamar Co.

Ethan Davis
2022 Collins Hill
Penn State

Dylan Lonergan
2023 Brookwood
Ohio State

Justice Haynes
2023 Blessed Trinity

Heating Up

Adorian Favors
2022 Cedar Shoals

Favors is one of the bigger OL in the class of 2022 standing at 6’6″ and 288 lbs. Over the offseason his recruitment has been a slow burn of G5 offers stacking up, but yesterday he received his first P5 offer by way of Boston College. Favors has a good body composition at his height and carries his weight with a low center of gravity despite being so tall. He is a prototypical RT prospect at the next level, someone that we projected to land more P5 offers, so wouldn’t be surprised that more colleges jump in with interest here soon.

Griffin Scroggs
2022 Buford

Scroggs measured out at UGA’s Camp earlier this month at 6’5″ and 300 lbs. The next day he was over to Georgia Tech, where he was offered by the Jackets. He took a visit on the 7th to GT and the following day he was over to UGA for a visit where Scroggs was offered. Now with the top two in-state offers, Scroggs recruitment is setting up to be an in-state battle, but that probably won’t stop more P5 programs coming in with offers in the month of June.

Sleeper of the Day

Jai Barnes
2022 Cedartown

Barnes is a big-time sleeper at Cedartown at the moment. He is a state qualifier in wrestling. He is now up to 290 lbs. from his sophomore year. He is tough at the point of attack, splits blockers, and is in the backfield quickly. Tackling still needs to work. He uses his arms too much but shows off strength in how he gets them down still, even while blocked. He has definitely improved at getting leverage over the last year. Tackling looks better in his junior film. Definitely like the body control he shows moving with the play while engaged and is able to stuff the run against a good team like Rockmart in the early year. Barnes definitely got quicker at the point of attack, but laterally he needs more. He is showing good leg drive while engaged. Barnes is a NT at the end of the day – his best skill is clogging up the middle. He shows good overall body composition and balance. Good back arch while engaged. Overall, Barnes has made a lot of good improvements over the last year, and at 6’3″ and 290 lbs. he is set to be a tough opponent during the 2021 season.


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