Welcome to another edition of the Recruiting Recap! I hope everyone is doing well, thanks for stopping by. If you are new here, this is our weekday feature that sums up all of the offers from yesterday, any commitments, a sleeper of the day and potentially a player who is heating up – if that requirement is met.
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2021 Heard Co
2022 Johns Creek
2022 Trinity Christian
2021 Garden City CC
Illinois & Syracuse
2021 Cherokee Bluff
North Carolina State
2021 Jackson Co.
The edge rusher was much talked about during the offseason by the staff over at Griffin and he is living up to the hype in the early season. P5 programs are responding accordingly, and his recent offers come from Illinois, Syracuse, Miss State, Tenn, Maryland & Georgia Tech. The 6’3″ 205 lbs. defender has very long arms and uses his tentacle-like length to get very good leverage on the o-lineman then create havoc in the backfield. Fully expect more offers are on the way, so be on the lookout in the coming weeks.
Sleeper of the Day
2021 Central Gwinnett
Mews has really good speed, and plays with nice urgency getting up field too. His abrupt approach to getting up field adds a legit vertical attack to any offense and applies pressure to the defense. Mostly playing in the slot, and some different areas in the backfield, even lining up at sniffer then motioning out to the flat. He is very versatile. Mews can absolutely makes cuts on a dime and explodes out of those breaks. In a short space he is flat out explosive, and honestly wouldn’t mind seeing him at RB more too. Mews has solid speed, might sound like a broken record at this point, but it is legit. He broke for a few long runs in 2019, and definitely see another jump here in 2020. He’s short – somewhere around 5’8″ give or take an inch. Mews also plays a little bit of defense, but his offensive skill set is more established and should be what most colleges view him as. His potential at the next level is at slot or in an option offense at slot back. He shows some decent physicality that his blocking should be pretty good on the perimeter too, so that holds up. Also a pretty dangerous returner on special teams – really like the senior and think he is set for a nice fall and should continue to garner college offers. Currently he is leading Class 6-A in receiving, and that should certainly grab coaches attention. With a 3.7 GPA and solid film it should really be a matter of time before the offers start come in.