Recruiting Recap 8/30

Welcome to another edition of the Recruiting Recap! Thanks for stopping by, and if you are new here this is a feature that covers as much recruiting info that we can gather from over the weekend. With the dead period now almost over, we have decided to kick things back up, so stay tuned Mon-Fri morning to hear the latest offers, commitments and sleepers across the state of Georgia!


Offers

Johnathan Cline
2023 Cartersville
UCF

Andrew Guth
2022 Johns Creek
Claremont McKenna College

Tyhler Williams
2022 Milton
Grambling State

Darius Johnson
2022 Oconee Co.
Georgia State

Zah Frazier
2022 Cedartown Alum
Tennessee

Adonijah Green
2023 Cedar Grove
Southern California

Kaleb Webb
2022 McEachern
Tennessee

KJ Bolden
2024 Buford
Michigan

Zion Ragins
2024 Jones Co.
UCF




Heating Up

Kaleb Webb
2022 McEachern

Soon after attending the Corky Kell 7v7 this summer I got on Twitter and talked about how Webb was one of the more underrated WR’s in the class of 2022. Webb agreed. Well, fast forward to the legit Corky Kell Classic where the 6’4″ wideout had the lights, camera and action to grab the attention of P5 programs. Tulane, Vanderbilt, Virginia and Georgia Tech kicked off last week with offers and that was followed by Kentucky and Tennessee later in the week. Webb is a good route runner who explodes out of his breaks with excellent body control taking on contact after the catch. His boost in P5 offers is no surprise, and the ECU commit will have some decisions to make in the coming weeks/months.


Sleeper of the Day

Brandon Denmark
2022 Montgomery Co.

Denmark had 1133 yards last season, and you might just jump into his film and say wow, a 5’6″ guy really gonna be worth watching. Well, Denmark appears to be one of the more versatile players in the entire state of Georgia. He has elite acceleration, and last spring he ran a 100m time of 10.9. I would be more curious to see his 20 yard dash, but the point being Denmark is an explosive little back. He’s added 10 lbs. since last year, 50 lbs to his power clean making him one of the stronger players in the state pound for pound. Denmark is just a natural at the game, and if he was put in the right offense with better blocking I think he would tally up the yardage. He’s not a bad punter either, actually one of the best in Public with almost a 40-yard average and decent hangtime. Teams aren’t going to recruit at that position, but it does create an opportunity for a trick play down the road. Denmark took a big jump in terms of speed from soph to junior year, will that happen again in 2021? Some early season film looks to be the case, and he is set to have one of the best seasons in all of Class A Public. Denmark has especially improved as a receiver running crisp routes. He’s small, but I really like this 2022 back, he is perfect for an option offense without physical he would be as a perimeter blocker. Originally I remember Denmark from his freshman year where he was one of the team’s leading tacklers, never really paid attention to his height since he was so young, but I think his career production shows how impressive of a ballplayer he really is. He could slip into lower levels of play, but that’s really poor scouting by the colleges harping on size over one of the more pure football players in the class of 2022.

 

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