Recruiting Recap 6/8

We are back! Sorry for the hiatus the last few months, but welcome to another edition of the Recruiting Recap! I hope everyone is enjoying camp season and showing their talents live in front of college coaches instead of some 3rd party camp. What a great time for the recruiting cycle, and one that was sorely missed last year during the height of the pandemic!

Yesterday, there was a lot of offers, so let’s get into it! We will also have a ‘heating up’ feature and a ‘sleeper of the day’ too. Feel free to reach out if we missed an offer, it might take a little time to get back up to speed on finding every offer in the state on a daily basis. 


Gabriel Harris
2023 Thomas Co. Central
Florida State


Owen Spell
2022 Wayne Co.

Joseph Stone
2024 Grayson
Georgia Tech

Marc Stampley
2022 Starr’s Mill

Grant Godfrey
2023 North Gwinnett

Marcus Sanders
2022 Macon Co.

Jarvis Hicks
2022 Woodland-Cartersville

Donovan Johnson
2022 Cedar Grove

Justin Ested
2022 Kennesaw Mt.
Tenn Tech

Josiah Wyatt
2022 Buford
Tenn Tech

Asher West
2022 Denmark

Champ Thompson
2024 Meadowcreek

Denzel Alexandre-Louis
2022 North Cobb Christian

Caleb LaValle
2023 Whitefield Acd.

Terrance Love
2023 Langston Hughes

Dexter Ricks
2022 Baldwin
Georgia State

Omar White
2024 Lee Co.

Austin McGee
2024 Athens Christian
Middle Tenn

Malik Leverett
2023 Greenbrier
Kansas State

Heating Up

Cedric Anton
2022 Rabun Gap

Anton has truly emerged at the beginning of this month after standing out at the Lagrange Camp on June 3rd. He was offered by Western Kentucky and Dartmouth that day and the following day Middle Tenn State offered as well. Anton is a smooth receiver with a legit frame at 6’3″ and 220 lbs. His agility and physicality was huge in winning 1v1 matchups at LaGrange.

Sleeper of the Day

Rishon Spencer
2022 Duluth

Spencer was a leader in 7-A receiving with over 800 yards and 8 touchdowns. The 2022 recruit has a nice long-running stride and is able to eat up yards quickly. Very quick feet changing directions. Reads the defender with good vision and sees cutback angles where his top-end acceleration allows for him to get around easily. Spencer has very good speed, but it’s his ability to change direction that makes him such an interesting slot receiver prospect. The next big step is getting more physical and continuing to work on his route running. Spencer is set for a very nice senior year potentially topping 1k yards in the toughest classification in Georgia. Spring game he really showed that potential going for 9 catches and 183 yards with 4 touchdowns. Spencer has some legit upside. Spencer is under the radar now, but recruitment should imminently increase in interest.


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