Recruiting Recap 8/31

Welcome to another edition of the Recruiting Recap! It is officially Week 1 here in Georgia. Friday night will be the start of the season, so get ready for another exciting fall of HS football here in Georgia. There definitely will be some hurdles to jump over, but it seems like the HS programs have worked hard to follow the proper protocols. We are still toying with the idea of how to do our team rankings, it does seems a little odd to have teams ranked that won’t play until October.

Well, anyways, thanks for stopping by. This feature sums up all of the offers and commitments over the weekend to go along with our sleeper of the day!

Feel free to checkout the rest of the website! We are working on another team page for Stateboro HS and have several more in the works too. Also, we are continuing to make regular profiles on the website too.



Nathaniel Wiggins
2021 Westlake

Scoop: Wiggins is without a doubt one of the top athletes not only in the Peach State but the entire country. He is a quick-twitch athlete, perfect for the CB at the next level. Wiggins also has elite ball skills. Watching a few workouts this offseason where he went toe to toe with Arik Gilbert and looked great, which should be even more encouraging news for LSU fans.

Weekend Offers

Caleb Clements
2021 Heritage

Max Parker
2021 Colquitt

Jaiden Miller
2021 Glynn Acd.
Holy Cross

Davion Williams
2021 South Atlanta

Jalin Young
2021 South Atlanta

Nick Ford
2021 Sandy Creek

MJ Morris
2022 Pace Acd.

Prentiss Noland
2024 Hughes

Sleeper of the Day

Jerian Hames
2021 Calhoun

The offensive engine this year at Calhoun, Hames has been one of the toughest players to tackle up in North Georgia. He doesn’t go down easily, spinning, turning, twisting for extra yardage and on top of that, he has good balance too. Solid running vision, does a good job of breaking it outside and has solid enough acceleration at the high school level to separate and score. Very quick feet, constantly makes defenders miss in 1v1 situations. Uses that quickness to make hard cuts at the LOS and really explodes into the 2nd level. Hames’ top end speed is the biggest question mark, but for an all-purpose back that can pick up nice chunks of yardage, he is definitely a good looking back, and should get solid college interest this fall after going for 1400 yards his junior year.


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