Georgia DB commit Richard LeCounte:
Georgia WR commit Trey Blount:
"I actually wasn't able to watch the whole game. I had a football meeting and weights during the same time."
Georgia OL commit Andrew Thomas:
"Great win coming off the loss last week. It was a very good improvement from the offensive line as they rushed for over 300 yards."
Jonathan Sewell is a guy whos recruitment is really starting to pick up. The Clarke Central (GA) back is still lacking offers, but might not for long. Sewell tells me Ohio State is showing strong interest at the moment, sending him mail and multiple stuff on Twitter. He also told me that Notre Dame and Clemson have reached out to his coach David Perno. Sewell is a tough runner between the tackles but also has the speed to get to the edge and break a long run. He has the potential to be one of the top backs in Georgia for the 2019 class.
Brookwood OL Casey Holman is 2018 prospect who is really starting to make a name for himself. The 2018 class is loaded with top OL in Georgia, and Holman is another guy who will play major college football at the next level. He visited Georgia for the Tennessee game, and was seen having a great time on the sideline before the game.
"It was a great visit." Holman said. "I spoke with offensive line coach Sam Pittman and he said he has watched my film multiple times and the staff loves the way I play. He told me to really consider Georgia. I definitely think there will be an offer down the road. I'm confident in the way I play that people will take interest."
Holman spent time with teammates Matthew Hill, Dante Black, and Leonard Warner. Warner is a TOP linebacker prospect for the Bulldogs in the 2017 class, and Hill is one of the top ranked wide receiver prospects in Georgia for 2018. Holman was one of the top lineman in attendance during the Lassiter MVP camp this past July, and recently received an offer from Miami (FL). Holman is 6-foot-5 268-pounds and ranked as a three-star prospect for 2018.
The Parkview (GA) duo of DB Malik Washington and WR Miles Marshall continue to impress. Washington is a great athlete in the 2019 class who lacks in size, but has great ball skills and instincts at defensive back. The 5-foot-9 180-pound Washington plays on both sides of the ball for the Panthers, but his position in college is at DB. The sophomore has 5 interceptions already through 6 games. I'm expecting him to be one of the top DBs in the south for the 2019 class regardless of his size. Marshall is a 2018 recruit whose recruitment should blow up over the next few months. He has great size at 6-foot-3 200-pounds, was impressive in Athens this summer, and caught three touchdowns this past Friday. He's a name to know for the 2018 class.