Recruiting Recap 9/9

Welcome to another edition of the Recruiting Recap! Thanks for stopping by, and if you are new here, this feature is meant to cover all of yesterday’s recruiting news. Offers, commitments, potentially players who are heating up and of course our sleeper of the day are all included!

Hope everyone is doing well! There is a lot going over here at Recruit Georgia. Several recruiting pages are being finalized, three stories will be posted in the next two days here and of course our Friday predictions are still coming up too.

So stay tuned, and feel free to reach out! College coaches: we have a NCAA compliant 2021 database that can get your class over the top and an initial 2022 database almost ready! Email recruitgeorgia1@gmail.com for more info!

 


Yesterday’s Offers

Shahiem Bailey
2021 Stone Mt.
Arkansas Pine Bluff

Tyler Gibson
2022 Johns Creek
WVU

Whit Weeks
2023 Oconee
Virginia

Oscar Delp
2022 West Forsyth
Boston College & Michigan State

Terian Williams
2022 Grayson
Yale

D’Andre Golden
2021 Norcross
Arkansas Pine Bluff

Jaylen Williams
2021 Archer
LaGrange

William Calhoun
2021 GAC
Bryant Univ.

Nathan Vail
2022 Harrison
Boston College

Damari Alston
2022 Woodward
Maryland




Heating Up

Oscar Delp
2022 West Forsyth

Following a two touchdown performance where the 6’5″ 220 lbs. tight end also showed solid blocking prowess was a bevvy of offers. Michigan was ahead of that pack presenting his first offer, but several P5’s followed up in the days following. Virginia Tech, Utah, Georgia Tech, Michigan State and Boston College have all offered now. The class of 2022 is loaded with some of the top tight ends in the country here in Georgia, and it looks like Delp is quickly confirming his rank among those recruits. Expect his recruitment to continue to blow up here over the next few weeks.


Sleeper of the Day

Taylor Smith
2021 Wheeler

Smith’s 90 tackle season earned him All-Region. He made several spectacular plays in 2019, one was a punt where he blocked it then returned the football for another 30 yards for a score. Another was an interception that he took back over 80 yards. Going through his film, and his impact in coverage is pretty obvious. He had 3 interceptions on the year, several pass breakups too. Smith hustles his tail off and hits with impact. Has good instincts reading the play. He doesn’t miss a beat on misdirection and does a good job of honing in on the ball carrier. Good tackler too, gets the ball carrier down quickly. Pretty strong player in general, definitely more physical than a sub 180 lbs. player typically is. Smith should fit in nicely into a nickle based defense playing close to the LOS. He has good instincts in zone coverage and tackling plus hustle is really impressive. Charleston Southern appears to be the top program recruiting him at the moment – we think more D1 schools will jump over the next few months here.

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