Recruiting Recap 9/27

Welcome to another edition of the Recruiting Recap! Thanks for stopping by, and if you are new here, this is a feature where we attempt to cover all of the offers and commitments across the state of Georgia over the weekend to go along with athletes whose recruitment is heating up and of course our sleeper of the day. That was a proper run-on sentence, but hopefully, you get the gist. Scroll on down below to see the latest recruiting news here in Georgia.


Martavious Collins
2024 Rome
Georgia Tech

Caleb Odom
2024 Villa Rica

Jayven Hall
2023 Roswell

Austin Starr
2022 Mary Persons
Mount Union

Terrell Spigner
2022 Meadowcreek
RPA College

Tyler Wells
2022 Effingham Co.
St. Norbert College

Terrion Webb
2022 Rockmart
Bethany College

Dylan Lonergan
2023 Brookwood

Aven Kelley
2023 Alpharetta
Coffeyville CC

Zion Ragins
2024 Jones Co.
Georgia Tech

CJ Heard Jr
2024 Woodward

Luke Nickel
2025 Milton
Michigan State

Sleeper of the Day

Jamar Worthy
2022 Decatur

The one time Druid Hills player earned All-Region HM as a sophomore and first team All-Region his junior year at Decatur. What stands out right away is the physicality that Worthy plays with. He does a very good job of getting inside positioning on the receiver. He is able to read the receiver pretty well and has the hip quickness to turn and get upfield fast. Doesn’t turn his head around on the pass every time, but does a nice job of reading the receiver and raking the pass out. Worthy reacts to the play quickly. He is a pretty smart player in zone defense breaking off and making a play on the football. Man coverage is solid, but definitely looks better in a zone, and why you see him sometimes at FS I would suppose too. Worthy scrapes off blocks and uses his agility well to make tackles out in the flat. Very smart football player. Reacts to the play very quickly and open-field tackling is pretty good too. Decatur has started off the season really well, and Worthy has become a bigger focus in their offensive attack playing RB some. He’s doing a better job of getting his head around in coverage and locating the football.


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