Our staff spent a good portion of the afternoon on HUDL looking for the best highlights in Georgia. Here is Week 2’s TOP 10 highlights by the Recruit Georgia staff: #10 Zach Williams Sophomore Wide Receiver JOHNS CREEK #9 Ralph Johnson III Senior Defensive Tackle MILTON #8 LJ Smith Senior Athlete LAMAR CO. #7 Antonio
Class AAAAAA Archer (1-0) Colquitt Co. (1-0) McEachern (1-0) Roswell (1-0) Grayson (0-0) Mill Creek (1-0) Etowah (1-0) Newton (1-0) Norcross (1-0) Lovejoy (0-0) Class AAAAA Ware Co. (1-0) Houston Co. (0-0) Northside Warner Robins (1-0) Jones Co. (0-0) Lanier (1-0) Stockbridge (1-0) Kell (1-0) Mays (1-0) Creekside (1-0) Glynn Academy (1-0) Class
Jalen Holston, a 2017 running back from Stockbridge, was invited to the Elite Junior Classic. Holston reportedly received offers from Florida and Charlotte this offseason. He has a fantastic blend of power and speed and is ready for a big season this fall. Expect Holston to garner additional interest from Power 5 conferences as the season progresses. Talented junior
Week 1 is in the books and the Recruit Georgia staff scanned the net looking for the top highlights from the weekend. Film from wide receivers and running backs were plentiful in our search, and we hope next week there will be more highlights from defensive players and linemen on both sides! Here are this week’s
Sheldon Evans, a class of 2017 running back for the Roswell Hornets, didn’t think his weekend could get much better after totaling 180 yards and two touchdowns and blowing out heralded South Georgia program Lowndes 35-8. But little did he know, it was about to. On Saturday morning, Evans announced via Twitter that he had
Class AAAAAA Archer Colquitt Co. McEachern Peachtree Ridge Roswell Grayson Mill Creek Lovejoy North Gwinnett Newton Class AAAAA Ware Co. Houston Co. Northside (Warner Robins) Jones Co. Lanier Allatoona Stockbridge Creekside Mays Kell Class AAAA Buford Cartersville Sandy Creek Marist Woodward Academy St. Pius Carrollton Griffin Mary Persons Jonesboro Class AAA Calhoun
Over the weekend Rusty Mansell of 247sports.com reported that Calhoun’s two-way athlete Baylon Spector had committed to Clemson. Spector is one of the most versatile athletes from the class of 2017 in Georgia and garnered interest mostly from ACC and SEC schools. He had five other offers and is an impressive early 2017 commit for the Clemson
When we first saw Chris Bacon at the NUC 5-Star Showcase in April, he was ripping the ball from 4-star wideout, and Tennessee Vol commit, TaDarryl Marshall. That is quite the first impression for a virtually unknown player entering his junior year at New Manchester High. TaDaryll Marshall of Leeds makes the catch… Not so fast my friend.
10. RONALD CHAMBLISS SENIOR WIDE RECEIVER SOUTH FORSYTH 9. MAURICE CAMPBELL JUNIOR LEFT TACKLE NORTH CLAYTON 8. COLE CHANCEY JUNIOR RUNNING BACK | OUTSIDE LINEBACKER COMMERCE 7. JALEN HOLSTON JUNIOR RUNNING BACK STOCKBRIDGE 6. JARED WELLS SOPHMORE FREE SAFETY SOUTH EFFINGHAM 5. TY PATTERSON SENIOR WIDE RECEIVER LITHONIA 4. KHYRIE
It was a very quiet week on the recruiting front in the state of Georgia. From what we can collect (via Twitter) very few offers were made and there were almost no commitments. This means it’s officially football season, and until games kick off, recruiting is absolutely second fiddle for colleges and high schools alike. A
In the rapidly evolving world of the twittersphere, high school recruits are typing their thumbs to the bone. The instant gratification of expressing one’s opinions is certainly enticing; but if it goes unmonitored and unfiltered, it can seriously hinder a college coaches’ opinion of a highly touted recruit. If a recruit is on the bubble as a
Practice continued, pads were strapped on and scrimmages were scattered across the state over the weekend. If you have your HUDL from your scrimmage, send it our way—we will tweet it out. This week, for the most part, was relatively quiet on the recruiting front. Both colleges and high schools across the country have finally gotten
Karekin “KK” Brooks, a class of 2016 running back from Walton High School, committed to the University of Pennsylvania yesterday evening. He spurned many FCS and Ivy League schools, who also covet the talented back from Cobb County. Brooks looks once again to be a very important piece for the Raiders’ offensive attack this fall.
Dawson Covington is a defensive end/tight end at St. Simon’s Frederica Academy, and the GISA star is looking forward to his senior year. Recruit Georgia caught up with Covington over Twitter. Covington said he has gone from 6’2”, 270 pounds to 6’3.5”, 235, which has helped with his speed and quickness. He also said
The Michigan Wolverines’ annual “Barbecue at the Big House” had more cooking than just some quality burgers and brats. Newton High School running back Kurt Taylor, a rising junior, was so impressed by this past weekend’s visit to Ann Arbor that he has declared them as the front-runner in his recruitment. Taylor told Scout.com’s Chad Simmons, “Michigan is definitely No.
One of the top RBs for the class of 2017 has just announced his top 10. Trey Sermon, an uber-athletic running back from Sprayberry High School, has listed his final 10 schools (no order): Tennessee South Carolina Stanford Ohio State Michigan Georgia Miami Florida Alabama Auburn On Twitter he spoke about his decision:
Davis Mills, a big-time 2017 quarterback from Greater Atlanta Christian, received an offer yesterday (8/4) from Stanford. Davis has put together a very good offseason, picking up offers from California, Miami, Arizona State and many more including additional Power 5 teams. His offseason success did not stop with offers. The Greater Atlanta Christian signal-caller has
Creekside starting QB Felix Harper contacted us on Twitter last night to say that he had committed to the Army Black Knights. He announced on Twitter, “In recreation football I was an Old National Purple Knight and now I would like to further my academic and football collegiate career as a Black Knight!” “I
Meet Lakeside High School recruit Semaj’ Williams’ YouTube page. Williams, a 2016 cornerback prospect, has dedicated his off-season to increasing his recruitment exposure via YouTube. Currently he has uploaded 71 videos onto his YouTube page. It is a smart move and something a lot of recruits should take note of. Some prospects “look” for exposure but don’t promote
July is an exciting time of the year during the recruitment process. Many players have finally received desired scholarships from coveted schools. As the high school football season approaches, a college decision is typically on the horizon. This article provides a snapshot of all the commitment action that took place during the sweltering-hot month of
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
One of the most coveted cornerbacks from the class of 2018, Christian Tutt, has quite the decision ahead of him. He has already been offered by 20 schools and has interest from countless others. Tutt attends Thomson High School in the city that shares the same name. Most players can only dream of being offered by
Sean Harper, a rising Senior from Fayette County High School, announced yesterday that he received an offer from the University of Buffalo. Harper is an OLB/SS hybrid who specializes in hustle and big hits. Sean has also received offers from Georgia State, Miami of Ohio, and Troy. Big-ups to Sean!
William Poole III announced that he will be visiting Georgia on August 8th. Jefferson County High School announced 16 players who are now eligible for the NCAA. Their tweet can be seen HERE. Creekside’s Felix Harper landed his 16th scholarship offer from Alcorn State today. Expect a big year this fall for Felix who is one
Early on Wednesday, Score Atlanta’s Craig Sager JR reported that Blessed Trinity and Marist will be joining 10 other teams from across the country who will open the 2016 high school football season in Ireland. Following the recently set match-up between Georgia Tech and Boston College, these two catholic schools were specifically targeted by the Global Ireland Football Tournament,