Recruiting Recap 7/11

Welcome to another edition of the Recruiting Recap! Thanks for stopping by, and if you are new here, this is a feature where we cover as much recruiting information as we can find around the state of Georgia using our social media feed. If we missed your offer, don’t hesitate to contact us on Twitter so we can add you to the recap!


COMMITMENTS

Jalen Smith
2023 Grayson
Tennessee

Whit Weeks
2023 Oconee
LSU

Shamurad Umarov
2023 Denmark
Tennessee

Matthew Traynor
2023 Walton
Richmond

Toby Bolton
2023 Cedar Shoals
Tenn Tech

Taye Seymore
2023 South Atlanta
East Carolina

Jamal Chandler-Fuller
2023 Heritage
Davidson

Kendall Evans
2023 Pace Acd.
Navy




DECOMMITMENTS

DJ Williams
2023 Creekside
Memphis

OFFERS

Peyton Joseph
2025 Peach Co.
Jackson State

Jalyn Crawford
2024 Parkview
Central State

Michael Smith
2024 Calvary Day
Florida

Hevin Brown-Shuler
2024 Pace Acd.
Miami

Ridley Joseph
2023 Sequoyah
Anderson Univ.

Devin Jackson
2023 Douglas Co.
Morehouse

Dralen Jones
2023 Douglas Co.
St. Andrews

Samari Dowdy
2023 Johnson-Savannah
Albany State

Grant Ewing
2023 Lovett
Hampden-Sydney College

Zachariah Hill
2024 Parkview
Morehouse

Brandon Alford
2023 Mary Persons
Morehouse

Myles Jorden-King
2023 Marion Co.
Albany State

Kennedi Bailey
2026 Westlake
Morehouse

Tyler Smith
2023 Paulding Co.
Presbyterian

Kameron Edge
2023 Central-Carrolton
Navy

Brody Jordan
2023 Flowery Branch
Rochester

Kam Fountain
2024 Booker T. Washington
Kansas State




Heating Up

Emaree Winston
2025 Calhoun

The 6’3″ 230 lbs. athlete showed exciting flashes his freshman year at both TE and DL. He’s a physical pass-catcher who plays well beyond his age and had a direct impact on Calhoun’s playoff run to the state title. Winston holds offers this offseason from Ohio State, NC State, Louisville, Buffalo and EKU. His recruitment is really just starting to heatup, and this fall we expect his recruitment to truly breakout into the double-digit range, so he is absolutely one to keep an eye on.


Sleeper of the Day

Kam Fountain
2024 Booker T. Washington

Fountain isn’t really a sleeper to the colleges. We briefly talked about the 6’6″ edge rusher that we are very high on back in May when his recruitment hadn’t really taken off just yet, but it’s worth talking about the latest developments in his recruitment, which have been substantial despite the media having no clue. Fountain has received offers from Kansas State, Georgia Tech, WKU, Miss State, ECU, Georgia, and UAB since we talked about him back in May. His length and naturally high motor foreshadow elite pass-rushing upside at the next level, and colleges (followed by the national media) will be all about the star talent in the coming months. So in a way, he is still being slept on despite multiple P5 offers under his belt including the two in-state programs in Georgia and Georgia Tech.

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