Recruiting Recap 6/30

Welcome to another edition of the Recruiting Recap! We are almost done with the month of June here, and it was a good one for recruiting despite the pandemic going on, so be sure to go back thru on the Top Stories tab to see all of the recruiting action taking place!

As usual, we are tallying up all of yesterday’s offers, commits, going to skip three heating up again today (just not enough momentum), and of course our sleeper of the day! We are also posting interviews daily, and making public profiles, but be sure to get more information on our NCAA compliant database. Just contact recruitgeorgia1@gmail.com to hear about our best value packages.

Outside of that, hope everyone is doing well, and attacking Tuesday with 100% effort!

 


Commitments

Tobias Fletcher
2021 Carver-ATL
Coastal Carolina

Gage Pitchford
2021 East Coweta
Vanderbilt


Yesterday’s Offers

Terrance Love
2023 Langston Hughes
Florida State

Larry Scott
2021 South Effingham
Benedictine College

Ashaud Roberson
2021 Richmond Hill
Alabama State & Jackson State

John Ferguson
2021 Athens Acd.
Furman

Dylan Lane
2021 Mill Creek
Sewanee

Nate Boehm
2021 Veterans
Sewaneee

Palmer Bush
2021 Athens Acd.
Centre College

Jaden Slocum
2021 Alpharetta
Oregon

Thomas Davis
2021 Lowndes
Florida State

Tyre West
2022 Tift Co.
Texas




Sleeper of the Day

Daylon Gordon
2021 Dodge Co.

Gordon had a pretty strong junior year so far, the biggest by far coming in the first game of the year against Bradwell where he had over 300 yards offense. Overall he had 186 carries, 1430 yards and 17 touchdowns. The APB is an explosive football player, breaking off several long runs on the season. When Gordon plants his foot into the turf he almost accelerates out his cut. That could really be utilized at the next level in the screen game, but either way, the 2021 recruit makes some nasty cuts that just blows by the defense. Balance is pretty good, I think the biggest lacking element to his game is top end speed. He moves well overall, and his acceleration allows for big chunks of yardage but senior year we would like to see more explosive plays end in the endzone. If anything, working on his route running and becoming a more complete back should take his game to another level. Gordon should put up very good numbers his senior year. This was his first year as the primary ball carrier at Dodge, and he did a solid job, but there is definitely room for improvement, especially when he gets to the 2nd level of the defense. Option teams should be very interested in his ability to make quick-cuts in space, while doing a pretty good job of using his blocks too. Right now, Gordon holds offers from Stetson, Coastal Carolina and Navy.

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