Recruiting Recap 6/25

Welcome to another edition of the Recruiting Recap! Thanks for stopping by, and if you are new here, this is a weekday feature where we summarize offers and commitments over the last 24 hours to go along with a sleeper of the day at the top, and at the bottom, we have our Three ‘n Out thoughts.

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Sleeper of the Day

Tristan Anderson
2025 WR/FS

Anderson is one of the most underrated players in the state. The All-State 6’3″ receiver out of Rockmart was a highlight reel constantly catching the ball with a defender draped over him. He was right at 1k yards as a junior and his dynamic athleticism changed how the Yellow Jackets offense operated in 2023. There was no good answer for Anderson on offense, which only makes his defensive efforts more impressive. He is a physical player using strong hands at the point attack to get off blocks and does a solid job of tackling in space. We like how he drops his hips, showing good tackling form and leg drive. Anderson’s hands/arm length makes all of the difference. They help him get off blocks, deflect passes, and haul in throws his way on offense where he makes contested catches look routine. He needs to get stronger in the hips, and become more explosive coming out of his breaks to get better separation at the college level. Or maybe playing safety is the best fit considering his frame and ability to go up and attack the football. Anderson has a long-running stride which paid dividends with several returns that he took back for over 50-yard special team scores; a few being some of the best plays of the 2023 season. As he continues to grow in the weight room, we feel like Anderson will explode becoming a dominant possession receiver or a big-hitting safety. There is a lot of versatility and upside. Becoming more explosive out of his release should boost his recruitment to another level, but either way, we feel like he will be a standout at the college level. Bottom line – Anderson is a P4 level athlete and deserves more looks.


Kevin Wynn
2025 Greene Co.
Florida State

Is Kevin Wynn the next Warren Sapp? He certainly looks the part and shows elite quickness and power for his frame not regularly seen for his position. The 2x All-State pick picks FSU over a slew of elite offers and gives the Seminoles one of the top DT in the country.

Hector Gonzalez
2025 Rabun Gap
Eastern Michigan

The 6’5″ 240 lbs. defensive end hails from Monterrey, Mexico, and has spent the last 3 years at Rabun Gap sharpening up his fundamentals. Gonzalez is an effective run-stopper with long arms to set the edge and quality upside to become an FBS starter. His football career continues the trend of moving north with his EMU decision.

Matthew Wright
2025 Wesleyan

Wright plays with quick hands and violently strikes to get off blockers and create havoc in the backfield. The 6’4″ 240 lbs. defensive lineman is a fundamentally sound player and is a candidate to make first-team All-State in 2024. Army locked down a talented defender who should grow into a good strongside defensive end at the next level.

Dontrell Glover
2025 Hughes

UGA earned the commitment from one of the top offensive guards in the country yesterday in Dontrell Glover. The 2025 offensive lineman was originally committed to Alabama before the staff change, and the Bulldogs seized on the opportunity. The light-footed Glover has lined up at LT predominantly at Hughes, which considering their SoS, says a lot about his fundamentals and general athleticism going up against elite edge rushers.

Brodie McWhorter
2026 Cass
Western Virginia

McWhorter navigated the explosive Cass offense for the 2nd year and after a lukewarm start to the year, he helped the team to a late postseason push that surprised. McWhorter throws an effortless pass with great trajectory and accuracy on his deep ball. West Virginia is landing a QB prospect with a fundamentally sound game and is just starting to build on his 6’2″ frame.

Sichan John
2025 Hebron Christian

The Cavs earn the commitment from one of the strongest players in Georgia. The 6’2.5″ defensive tackle has a 635 lbs. squat max and a 320 bench max. John has also gained about 15 lbs. since last season and is now up to 290 lbs. The run-stuffing defensive tackle has a shocking 30″ vertical too. There is just so much athletic upside.

Isaiah Gibson
2025 Warner Robins

Right when Gibson came into HS, he looked the part of a P4 edge rusher. His incredible length and quick-twitch are elite for his position and he plays with a great motor after the football. UGA continues to find elite defensive line talent in the state, and Gibson will look to carry on the torch.

Rashod Daniel
2025 Putnam Co.

The Putnam County two-way athlete has been a starter since his freshman year during which the school has seen unprecedented success. The 5’10” 210 lbs. Daniel plays with physicality and intensity which is a perfect fit for the type of athlete Army looks for.


Dana Greenhow
2026 Sandy Creek

Josiah Victor
2025 Grayson
Boston College

Aiden Wilson
2025 Buford
Long Island

Corderian Leverett
2025 Sumter Co.

Nick Chao
2025 Pope
Furman PWO

EJ Hartwell
2025 Lambert
Western Illinois

Keaston Taylor
2025 Sumter Co.

Trebor Brown
2025 Wilcox Co.

AJ Benton
2025 Milton
North Alabama

Three ‘n Out

Mill Creek senior specialist Brady Lane has been on a kicking tour this summer going to Purdue, Wake Forest, Indiana, Georgia Tech, and his most recent visit FAU. The preseason All-State candidate is widely regarded as one of the top specialists in the country ranking #16 as a kicker and #80 as a punter. The senior also has a 4.318 GPA and a 1410 SAT.

Alexander rising senior Justis Lester dropped 4 reps of 500 lbs. yesterday. The 5’10” 200 lbs. linebacker is ready for a big senior year that should attract the attention of local programs.

Grayson’s coach Joe Stokowski ‘stands up’ for his senior wide receiver Alexander Sanchez. The 6’2.5″ wide receiver has great measurements for his position, and after last season’s 611-yard and 6-touchdown performance, he is set to be the #1 receiver. The table is set for the senior to put up some special numbers, so keep an eye out in the early season. His film will pop.


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