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Adon Flukers Jr.
Scoop: Flukers was a do-it-all athlete for MLK last year. He is an explosive football player with good size at 6’2″ 185. He could play on either side of the ball, but with his physicality and tackling we like him the best at FS. Great pick-up for UT-Martin – Flukers was one of the bigger sleepers in the state in our opinion.
Scoop: Trimble is a smart customer at defensive back for Cherokee. He has some of the better fundamentals we have seen in state at CB. Tests out with a low 4.1 shuttle time and that agility is evident on film. The senior is a good open field tackler too. At 5’11” and nearly 180 lbs., Trimble has some versatility to play multiple DB spots considering his high football IQ.
2021 Johns Creek
Scoop: Pritchett is one of the hardest workers you can find in Georgia. The Johns Creek back puts in some major work each offseason, and is set for a strong senior year up ahead. He is a confident back who plays with a lot of emotion. The senior has above average acceleration and can get to the 2nd level in a blink. Pritchett is a very good student with a near 4.0 GPA, definitely a nice fit for Colgate.
2021 Prince Ave
2023 Locust Grove
2022 Windsor Forest
2023 Cedar Grove
2022 North Cobb
Sleeper of the Day
Curtis LeFlore Jr.
2021 Wilcox Co.
The Wilcox weight lifting program is just good – there is no doubt about it. They produce good athletes with excellent body composition and overall they look explosive on film. LeFlore is no different, he looks pretty powerful at the point of attack and makes good open field tackles to boot. Love his energy, but also awareness at getting his arms up to disrupt passing lanes. LeFlore actually creates a good bit of havoc and looks to have created about 5-6 tipped passes. He is also an offensive linemen making 2nd team All-Region as a junior. His solid length and good body control really helps a good bit when blocking. There is definitely some solid upside here for LeFlore, and since last year he has gained more weight than almost any other player we have seen from this class going from 195 to 243. He has a great frame to keep adding weight too, and this young man could be in store for a huge senior year here. Getting quicker with his hands and just getting quicker off blocks are areas to improve on, but overall this young man is a very good athlete. D1 programs need to watching LeFlore real closely here. The way he is filling out his frame there is potential he could be a DT down the road here or at least a 3-4 DE. We also are hearing schools are very interested in the 2021 recruit as an OL. Either way, LeFlore is definitely one of the slept on gems in this class if things break correctly this fall with production and film.