Recruiting Recap 9/15

Welcome to another edition of the Recruiting Recap! Thanks for stopping by, and if you are new here this is a feature where we cover all of the recruiting happenings that took place the day before and summarize it down below into a condensed list. We also have players who are heating up, if applicable, and of course our sleeper of the day. Our goal is to cover all of the offers, but if we missed one please reach out to us on Twitter or comment down below. – David


Adam Hopkins
2023 Thomas Co. Central


Davaun Bouie
2023 Lithonia
Carolina Christian

Brandon Hood
2024 ELCA

Duke Watson
2024 Mary Persons
Kansas State & Kansas

Jalil Calhoun
2023 Bethesda Acd.
Theil College

Holden Trice
2023 Harrison

Camden Eldridge
2023 Oconee Co.

Raf Lawson
2023 Villa Rica

Jordan Thompson
2024 Hughes

Frantzyr Chardavoine
2023 Paulding Co.

Luke Eichner
2023 Hiram
Mount Marty

Lee Jackson
2023 Tift Co.

Martavious Jones
2023 Piedmont Acd.
Kentucky Christian

Ashton Woods
2024 Walton

Keyshawn Blackstock
2021 Coffeyville CC
UCF & Houston

Desmond Gerald
2023 Grayson

Walter Blanchard
2023 Brookstone
Grinnell College

Kelan Butler
2025 Jefferson

Sleeper of the Day

Jalen Davis
2023 Cairo

Davis has a quality frame at 6’1″ 215 lbs. and the athleticism coming off the edge to apply solid pressure on the offense. He has a pretty quick first step and even faster hitting his top-end speed. That helps the 2023 edge defender get around OTs where they cannot anticipate his speed. Davis hits with authority. He can strike really all over the place but more times than not it seems to be higher. I’m a really big fan of the backside pursuit tackles where Davis shows all-out hustle. Colleges are going to wonder about his top-end speed and how it will translate to the next level. Davis shows good closing speed on film. He makes plays out to the sideline and is usually one of the first guys down on special teams too. My favorite play comes several mins into his junior film where he comes off the edge, leaps up, and tries to knock down the pass, but the ball is still completed. Davis then turns around and went sprinting downfield to make the tackle anyways. Davis has the frame to play MIKE, and next year he will get his shot with the graduation of their top tackler from the last few years. Davis has offers from Central Arkansas and Charlotte so far, but we feel like more D1 programs need to give the senior another look. Down below we have attached an individual game film most recently against Thomasville on the 5th. You’ll see his versatility playing in the middle and edge while also making impactful tackles in space.


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