Last year Milton had arguably the top offensive line in the state of Georgia that was loaded with senior D1 talent across the board. They were going to need some fresh faces to step up here in 2022, so enter senior offensive lineman Evan Zapata. At 6’4″ and 260 lbs. class of ’23 prospect has
Earning the #1 spot in the top 10 plays for Week 1 was Milton’s Bryce Thornton. The speedy junior playmaker is not a new name for the RG Top 10, he made it last season on a 60-yard rush, but this is a first for him taking the #1 spot in Georgia. Going against Hapeville
Today there was a handful of commitments, so here are my thoughts on each player and their commitment. Jack Nickel 2022 Milton TE Michigan State Scoop: Nickel’s ability to carry tacklers and get extra yardage after the catch really makes him an enticing recruit to watch. He is probably one of the best combo
Arkansas State became the first school to offer angular wide receiver Dash Hairston tonight. The 6’3″, 180-pound receiver talked to Recruit Georgia about what it feels to land his first offer. “It feels great to receive my first offer,” Hariston emphatically said. “It’s so fulfilling. All of the dedication and hard work that I’ve
Paul Tchio is a massive young freshman offensive lineman prospect who stands at 6’6″ and weighs 315 pounds. The 2020 recruit played on his junior varsity squad last year for Milton, but that should not thwart off the interest of college scouts, who should be extremely intrigued by his size, athleticism, and shear strength.
MORE COMMITMENT NEWS Cade Leonard, a senior from Milton HS, committed to James Madison yesterday evening as a preferred walkon. The class of ’17 outside linebacker officially picked the Dukes when he tweeted: Excited to announce that I have committed to play football at James Madison University #Newbreed #GoDukes pic.twitter.com/CsqjXfRsTW — Cade Leonard (@cade_l26)
North East Georgia Recruits is back at it again, this time highlighting QB Joey Mancuso, who received the #19 ranking in their “Terrific 22.” This past season, Joey was one of the top signal-callers in Georgia. He boasted a 132 QBR, while passing for 35 touchdowns, 3081 yards and completing 62 percent of his passes. Joey is a