Recruiting Recap 7/13

Welcome to another edition of the Recruiting Recap! I hope everyone had a productive weekend!

In this feature we tally up all of the offers over the weekend and commitments to go along with our sleeper of the day! Maybe adding back the three heating up, we’ll just have to see how things shake out, and since I write this intro before doing any research, you’ll just have to scroll down to see.

Outside of that, we are working on new profiles each day, and posting them to the site. We have four new stories up on the site all about senior sleepers. Oh yeah, college coaches please email recruitgeorgia1@gmail.com for to learn about our premium database. We will have a preliminary class of 2022 database ready to go here!

Covid cases are up, so please wear a mask. Stay safe everyone!

 


Commitments

Caleb Fisher
2021 Columbia
Western Carolina

Carsen Stocklinski
2021 Oconee Co.
Gardner-Webb

Ahmad Walker
2021 Warner Robins
Liberty


Weekend Offers

Kadin Bailey
2022 Jefferson
Tennessee

JJ Hawkins
2021 Disvoery
Houston

Davion Rhodes
2021 Pelham
Kennesaw

Nate Boehm
2021 Veterans
Puget Sound

Amari McNeill
2021 Peachtree Ridge
East Carolina

Andrew Dotson
2021 Westminster
Kenyon

Ford Reasons
2021 Lanier
Grinnell

James Watts
2021 Allatoona
Presbyterian

Mason McCranie
2021 Buford
Wesleyan

Terian Williams
2022 Grayson
Akransas

Devin Lee
2021 Ola
Houston & Arizona State

Jaden Smith
2021 Grayson
UT-Chattanooga

Stantavious Smith
2023 Dougherty
Nebraska

Khalil Anderson
2021 Riverwood
Minnesota

Carlos Dunovant
2021 Chatt Co.
Kennesaw State

Mumu Bin-Wahad
2022 Grayson
Arkansas




Sleeper of the Day

Kyren Thomas
2021 Douglas Co.

Thomas has been the most productive player from this class at Douglas County. He is a tough DT who uses quick hands to get into the backfield and plays with a ton of urgency. Thomas is only 5’10”, but has to be one of the strongest players in his recruiting class with over a 600 lbs. squat. Thomas drives his legs through the offensive lineman and is pretty quick out his stance too. His lack of height is going to make it tough to be recruited, but Thomas is a heck of a football player, and his motor is just exceptional too. We think that a D1 school will take a chance on the 2021 recruit, he is just so strong that his lack of height shouldn’t be a deciding factor. Thomas has offers from Albany State, Pikeville, Morehouse and Presbyterian – all offers coming in late May to early June.

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