James Graham, who is arguably the best all-around athlete in the state of Georgia, just announced his top 10 schools. The 2018 star listed out Michigan, Oklahoma State, West Virginia, Virginia Tech, Alabama, Ole Miss, Auburn, Georgia Tech, Georgia and Miami. All of these schools have been recruiting Graham (6’1″ 195 lbs) for some time now,
Georgia grabbed an important piece to their 2018 recruiting class with the commitment of Christopher Smith II. The Hapeville Charter corner who did not give up a single touchdown last season, will be joining his former Hapeville teammate, and soon-to-be freshman William Poole III eventually in Athens. The ballhawking tandem figure to be key additions onto the
College coaches meticulously scour the nation looking for offensive weapons that pose matchup problems. They also need versatile body types that can play on most special team units. The most dynamic position that fits the above criteria is tight end. One of the most sought after tight ends in the country for the class
Stealing the show a few weekends ago at The Opening combine was Tommy Tremble, a rising senior tight end. Heading into that weekend, the Johns Creek receiver had only one offer from Fresno State, but after an elite performance in the combine aspect of the field, colleges have begun to realize his immense potential.
Jadon Heselwood is one of the top players in the entire country for the class of 2019, and earlier today he decided to commit to the University of Georgia. The play-making wide receiver was instrumental in Cedar Groves’ 2016 state championship game victory over Greater Atlanta Christian. His decision, despite being very early, seems rock solid,