Recruiting Recap 7/10

Welcome to another edition of the Recruiting Recap! Thanks for stopping by, and if you are new here, this feature covers yesterday’s offers/commitments, 3 recruiting tidbits, and our sleeper of the day.

For more stories on the website be sure to follow the LINK.

*If we missed your offer/commitment contact our X page @RecruitGeorgia to update ASAP.

Sleeper of the Day

Timothy Griffin
2025 DE

Griffin is a dual sport athlete playing both football and basketball. At around 6’5″ and now up to 255 lbs., the junior has the right combination to attract the attention of FBS programs. He’s pretty quick moving laterally and has the type of length to break off blocks. Griffin needs a good bit of work fundamentally speaking, getting lower with his pad level and utilizing his length with better leverage and quicker/stronger hands at the point of attack. That said, he shows good physicality and punch getting off blocks. He needs work getting out his stance quicker and would like to see him hustle out to the sideline better when in pursuit of the ball carrier. That all said, Griffin has a lot of upside and the type of profile to grow into a SDE or DT at the next level and be over 280 lbs. He’s an impressive student who takes AP classes and seems to push himself, so we think the 2025 prospect will also be a quick learner on the field. Griffin needs more time in the weight room, and generally speaking, needs more production just a few flashes from his junior year, but there is a lot to like about his potential at the next level. Griffin has been putting in more time in the weight room this offseason and is now up 10 lbs. He earned his first D1 offer in the middle of May from Western Kentucky. The 2025 DL continues to pose one of the best combinations of size, athleticism, and academics still available in this recruiting class. He is the type of recruit that FBS programs should be watching very closely this fall.


Wil Turner
2025 Gainesville

The steady center for the offensive engine that is the Gainesville Red Elephants. Turner plays well with his hands and is well-adjusted to an uptempo offensive attack that Samford deploys. The 6’3″ 270 lbs. offensive lineman won our top blocker of the week last fall and is considered to be one of the top centers in the state.

Bryson Logan
2025 Whitefield Acd.

One of the most versatile players you can find in the state, and a terror returning kicks. Logan can impact the game in so many ways, on top of being a great student-athlete. With Georgetown being the destination, maybe Logan will have a future in politics.

Jacobe Ward
2025 Benedictine

Ward is my favorite offensive guard prospect in this recruiting class. At 6’4″ and 335 lbs., he pops out his stance quickly and delivers some devastating blocks. He has elite body control while engaged, gets excellent leverage while blocking, and shows the tenacity plus physicality to get his man down promptly. Auburn has a player who can destroy guys as a run blocker and has good technique to build on as a pass blocker. He should see the field pretty quickly.


Carlton Stroud
2025 Paulding Co.

James Adams
2025 Hephzibah

Jahleel Robertson
2025 Norcross

Matthew Wells
2025 Trinity Christian

Emerson Lewis
2027 Calvary Day

Jaden Holder
2025 South Gwinnett

Ethan Jackson
2025 Lowndes

Collin Griggs
2028 Hampton
Georgia State

Three ‘n Out

Sonoraville’s hard-hitting strong safety Xai Gilbert is now up to 6’2″ 195 lbs. and set for a big junior year. He was a first-team All-Region performer as a sophomore, and this offseason Gilbert has been sharpening up his coverage skills at various camps. The rising junior shows a lot of positional versatility as a prospect; potentially growing into a linebacker at the next level, which improving in pass coverage will only boost his stock in the eyes of P4 programs. Big junior year up ahead.

Walnut Grove’s D’Lante Overstreet recently ran a 19.85 MPH top speed in a 10-yard split. The 6’1″ 238 lbs. senior defender is a specimen on the field, even showing a 6’5″ wingspan which suggests he has a lot more upside as an edge rusher than colleges are anticipating. Overstreet is set for a great follow up his productive junior year with a 20 tackle-for-loss season and potentially double-digit sacks. He’s a no-doubt D1 prospect in my eyes.

Looks like Velocity FB and QB Country Atlanta have found a potential hidden gem in Walker’s Justin Boronat. The 6’4″ rising junior has been primarily been a star on the baseball diamond but displays a lot of the tools to excel under center. He is certainly a prospect to monitor closely this fall; you could see a jump in his development each week.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *