Recruiting Recap 9/11

Welcome to another Recruiting Recap! We are running rather late, so not going to get into much in this intro. It’s Friday night, and you should know the drill right now anyways, but for those who are new, this feature is where we cover all of the recruiting action that took place over the last day.

Hopefully everyone is having a good Friday! We are excited to get back into the swing of things with the season started, and will be pumping out content all fall, so continue to check back on the site and see what is going on!

Have a good one! – David


Yesterday’s Offers

Nathan Vail
2022 Harrison

Caleb Downs
2023 Mill Creek

Kobe Harris
2021 Bennaker
Mt. St. Joseph

Mathew Grachen
2021 Lassiter

Terian Williams
2022 Johns Creek
Maryland & Princeton

Josh Moore
2021 Marist
Southern Cal

Zachary Brown
2021 Heritage

Damari Alston
2022 Woodward
Texas A&M

Emory Floyd
2022 Hillgrove
Tenn, UGA & Minn

Andre Stewart
2022 Brookwood

Andrew Cloy
2021 Creekview
Mt. St. Joseph

Oscar Delp
2022 West Forsyth

Justin Jones
2021 Rockdale Co.

Jawon Garner
2021 Hillgrove

Shaquan Brooks
2021 Richmond Hill

Trey Staley
2021 Brookwood
Ole Miss

Jaylin Watson
2021 Veterans

Justin McCarty
2021 Veterans
Lake Forest

Sleeper of the Day

Dara Olonade
2021 Berkmar

Olonade has some legit height at 6’5″, and his basketball background you can see his length and speed really giving havoc on the defensive side of the ball. He looks pretty good as a receiver, but needs some big work on route running and just getting more physical after the catch. Just watching his film, and there is some legit athletic upside. He does show very good fundamentals getting off blocks but plays too high. Watching him make cuts though and seeing him just move in the open field and you can see the D1 upside. Interesting to see his better film seems to be at DE. Olonade has some legit upside as a pass-rusher but is raw. Still, cannot teach his height and speed. Right now the high upside athlete has offers from Gardner Webb and Presbyterian.


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