Recruiting Recap 9/9

Welcome to another edition of the Recruiting Recap! Thanks for stopping by, and if you are new here this a feature where we cover all of yesterday’s offers, commitments and decommitments (to the best of my ability) to go along with a sleeper of the day and a recruit who is heating up – if that applies. So kick your feet back, and scroll on down to see the latest happenings in the state of Georgia.


Nathan Norys
2022 Buford

Mason Cooper
2022 South Forsyth

Jaylen Johnson
2023 Appling Co.
West Virginia

Stephiylan Green
2023 Rome
Virginia Tech & South Carolina

Keylan Rutledge
2022 Franklin Co.

Jacob Brim
2022 Lee County

Solomon Locke
2022 Christian Heritage

Ashlynd Barker
2022 Northside-Columbus
Maryville College & Point

Clytavious Barnes
2022 Northside-Columbus
Maryville College

Tilil Blackwell
2022 West Hall
Maryville College

Asher West
2022 Denmark

Jack Oyola
2022 Alpharetta

Zion Ragins
2024 Jones Co.
South Carolina

Dee Crayton
2023 Denmark
South Florida

Kylan Fox
2023 Grayson

Cayden Lee
2023 Westlake
South Carolina

Myles Wood
2024 Grayson

Heating Up

Stephiylan Green
2023 Rome

The 6’4″ and nearly 270 lbs. defensive lineman has a P5 frame, that’s pretty clear watching the 2023 athlete move around on film for just a few seconds. He is quick off the line, has good flexibility, and is violent at the point of attack. Virginia Tech and South Carolina were his 2nd and 3rd offers so far, they follow UGA who was his first on June 24th. Green is a good student with a 3.6 GPA. The early P5 interest is really just the beginning, and we suspect after the Peachtree TV game this Friday against Collins Hill that his offer total will continue to grow.

Sleeper of the Day

Zach Harris
2022 Cambridge

Harris has some good arm talent. His footwork could definitely improve, and in some cases throws on his back foot, but his ability to lead a receiver deep downfield is very good. He definitely throws one of the best deep balls in this recruiting class. Putting the ball perfectly out in front of the receiver so he doesn’t have to break stride. It’s obvious there is a reason why the Cambridge staff is so high on him. He throws a nice tight spiral, and though he needs to get quicker with his release, Harris does show a very accurate arm with above-average arm strength to make difficult out and corner routes. He definitely needs to get better with his running, as once he gets to the 2nd level he lacks the running vision to get much extra, and does take a few big hits. That’s a testament to his toughness to tho, and something coach Bennett remarked as one of his top qualities. Top-end arm strength is very good, definitely remember back to his sophomore year where he threw one of the best hail marys of 2019 that resulted in a last-second win against Woodstock. Harris has added about 15 lbs. to his 6’1″ frame over the last year. He was named Region Offensive Player of the Year in his region as a junior and is currently committed to Georgia Southern for baseball. He has thrown for 5k during his HS career so far and is set to get over 7k this fall as a senior. Harris is a solid QB overall with some of the best production in the state for the class of 2022. The added weight should help more with keeping a stronger base in the pocket. I would like to see more agility moving around in the pocket his senior year, but in our opinion with his arm talent, he is a D1 caliber QB.


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