Recruiting Recap 6/24

Welcome to another edition of the Recruiting Recap! Here we tally up all of yesterday’s offers/commitments, pick three players who are heating up, and of course our sleeper of the day!

Just another reminder to wear a mask when out in public! I have read multiple studies that suggest that a mask can significantly reduce the spread of Covid-19. One study saying that it can cut the transmission by 79%.

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Jackson Hamilton
2021 Blessed Trinity

Gabe Ervin
2021 Buford

Devin Miller
2021 Community Christian
Tennessee Tech

Williams Tims
2020 Jonesboro
Livingstone College

Yesterday’s Offers

Justin Benton
2023 Newton
North Carolina

JaMario Blige
2021 Windsor Forest
Air Force

Drew Cornelius
2021 Heard Co.
Air Force

TJ Spradley
2021 Colquitt Co.

Emon Hill
2021 Mill Creek
Washington State

Kole Bratton
2021 Allatoona
Grinnell & Washington & Lee

Christian Hughes
2021 Campbell
Air Force

Terian Williams
2022 Grayson
La Tech & Toledo

Devin McGlockton
2021 South Forsyth
Notre Dame College & Fordham

Javan Hardemon
2021 Crisp Co.

Ben Hollars
2021 North Cobb Christian

Beau Shugarts
2021 Greenbrier

Holden Staes
2022 Westminster
Purdue & Wisconsin

Justin Meyers
2021 Washington-Wilkes

Three Heating Up

Devin McGlockton
2021 South Forsyth

McGlockton is one of the biggest receiving targets in the entire state of Georgia at 6’6″-6’7″. His recruitment started to pickup around late April when UMASS and Grambling State came in with offers. Tennessee State offered in May and just yesterday both Fordham and Notre Dame College offered as well. That’s an eclectic group of offers, but what it does illustrate that McGlockton is starting to see interest grow among college programs. He’s been working on his agility a good bit this offseason, and given his size, the 2021 recruit is prime for a big senior year. Before that, we expect his recruitment to continue to heat up.

Terian Williams
2022 Grayson

It’s been a nice month for Williams in terms offers. The new Grayson transfer has received college scholarships from Louisiana Tech, Toledo, Miss State and Central Florida. Williams is a name that his been circle in the class of 2022 for a few years now. He has two years of varsity experience under his belt, last year he showed a versatile skill set. The 2022 recruit holds a slew of FBS offers under his belt, and as he edges closer to September 1st those offers will be realized. His 24 on the ACT and 1300 on the SAT for a rising junior certainly helps his case for additional offers, and is absolutely a 2022 play-maker to watch going into this fall, as his offers could really leap off the page.

Justin Meyers
2021 Washington-Wilkes

Meyers continues to see his recruitment heat up here since the month of May. We have written about him a few times now, but he is slowly solidifying himself as a legit D1 target. Just yesterday Bryant University came in with an offer, and earlier this month Georgia Southern came in with an offer. Meyers now holds three FBS offers to date with Coastal Carolina and Georgia State joining Georgia Southern. He’s an explosive athlete who can go up top and high-point a football like he is 6’5″, despite being right at 6′. Meyers is set for a big senior year here at Washington-Wilkes, and is set to be on our preseason All-State watchlist. Definitely think he lands more D1 offers leading up to the season first.

Sleeper of the Day

Shemar Nelson
2021 Dutchtown

Anyone who is remotely paying attention to our content the last few years would know who Shemar Nelson is. The last few years he has made the top 10 plays a few times and we have written about him on the website too. He’s an ultra quick slot receiver who just a playmaker pure and simple. He doesn’t have a big frame, but elusiveness in the open field when combined with confidence has led to some huge plays during his HS career. The 2021 does a very good job of looking the pass in, and can make tough catches in traffic. Needs to pack on weight, he’s added about 15 lbs. over the last year, so needs to keep that trend going. Nelson is a quick reactor to the defender and does an incredible job of reading defenders in the open field and slipping out of the tackle. Speed has improved some, that is most likely a byproduct of the added muscle. Good specialist too, Nelson can break-off big plays especially as a returner where he can make quick decisions in tight spaces. Nelson has recent offers from Shorter and Tennessee Tech.


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