Recruiting Recap 9/28

Welcome to another edition of the Recruiting Recap! Thanks for stopping by, and if you are new here this is a feature that covers all of the recruiting news across the state of Georgia over the last 24 hours. We tally up offers, commitments, decommitments – well at least to the best of our ability – to go along with a player heating up and sleeper of the day too.

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Landen Thomas
2024 Colquitt Co.

Dee Crayton
2023 Denmark
West Virginia

Zack Stanley
2021 Bleckley Co. Alum

Jay Davis
2023 Collins Hill

Cameron Edwards
2022 South Effingham
Wilkes Univ.

David Renard
2022 Flowery Branch
Hamilton College

Zah Frazier
2022 Coffeyville CC
Kentucky, Oregon State & North Texas

Paul Mubenga
2023 Buford
Georgia State

Heating Up

Jay Davis
2023 Collins Hill

The 6’2″ safety has seen his recruitment really jump since the start of September with Colorado and Louisville offering soon after. The month of August was also extremely productive on the recruiting front with P5 offers like Michigan, Pitt, and GT also coming in. The last two months have put Davis on a lot of colleges’ radars. The lanky safety has really reactive feet in pass coverage and shows excellent agility moving laterally in coverage. He’s created some early turnovers in the 2021 season by just reading the play really well and showing elite quickness in coverage. It’s only a matter of time before more schools offer Davis and should be well over 20 by the end of the season – if it takes that long even.


Dalen Cobb
2022 Washington-Wilkes

Washington-Wilkes emerged as one of the top teams in Class A Public in 2020 and you might wonder what happened? Well, how about the emergence of Dalen Cobb. The uber-athletic quarterback can crush a defense with his legs but has also been killing defenses with his arm. Cobb certainly needs some more work moving around in the pocket and transferring his weight forward when making a throw, but he does show some naturally good arm strength snapping off throws on a line 40 yards down field. He does a nice job of reading defenders in the open field and makes smart cutbacks. Cobb reacts to the defense and is pretty creative on the fly. His ability to hit top-end speed right out of the gates though is what makes him such a promising recruit. It’s obvious that Cobb is an option QB at the next level, but he also shows the legit speed to play slot receiver or cornerback as well. Cobb seems to be one of the top option caliber QB’s still in the state. He was the 200M runner-up in Public and 400m relay team champs. Cobb is now power cleaning 300 lbs. too and set for a big senior year. Over the last 10 days, Cobb has seen offers from Gardner-Webb and Georgia State, which they join Tenn Tech from earlier this year. Cobb is a dynamic athlete who we project to play G5 football at the next level, just most likely not at QB.


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