C.J Moore, Wide Receiver, 2018, Union (OK)
There is a lot to like about this athletic sophomore from Tulsa. The 6-foot-4 175-pound Moore needs to add more weight and muscle, but the rising junior has plenty of time for that. He's a long receiver with the explosiveness to score anytime he catches the ball. He shows great hands on film, as well as the ability to break tackles and break off long runs after the catch. He also has the speed to to blow by defenders and claims a 4.5 lazer timed 40-yard dash.
Moore caught 27 passes for 526 yards and 13 touchdowns as a sophomore last season. Look for him to have a breakout junior season, with more offers coming his way. TCU and Texas A&M have also offered one of the top receivers in the Oklahoma.
Kary Vincent Jr., Cornerback, 2017, Memorial (TX)
Another recruit from the Midwest that picked up an offer recently is Texas native Kary Vincent Jr. Vincent is a versatile guy who can make plays on offense, defense, and special teams. He is explosive with the ball in his hands, but his future will be on defense. Vincent is the second-ranked cornerback prospect in Texas and holds offers from schools all over the country including Baylor, Florida, Michigan, TCU, Notre Dame, Florida State, LSU, and now Georgia.
On film Vincent does a great job in coverage, and has a knack for the football. He usually tackles the ball carrier low at their feet, but will occasionally lay a big hit. He makes plays when the ball is around, and showed good hands on both defense and offense. The 5-foot-11 170-pound Vincent needs to continue adding weight, but his speed and athletic ability is special. He breaks well on the ball, and has the ability to diagnose runs early, creating opportunities for plays in the backfield.
Zachary, Carter, Defensive End, 2017, Hillsborough Senior (FL)
Another prospect who has received a Georgia offer recently is Florida native Zachary Carter. The four-star defensive end has great size at 6-foot-5 245-pounds, and made a living in the opponents' backfield all season. He has a god first step, and is in the backfield as soon as the ball is. Carter can rush the passer, stop the run, and deliverer a big hit to both,
Carter is ranked as the 13th best defensive end in the country, and the third-ranked defensive end in Florida. Carter holds offers from major programs such as Georgia,Clemson, Florida, Auburn, Southern California, LSU, Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, among others.