Dawg Post Thursday Recruiting Update:

Dawg Post takes a look at some of the top games in Georgia this upcoming weekend.

Parkview vs. Brookwood:

A classic Gwinnett rivalry is renewed in a big way as both teams have strong teams this year. The Brookwood Broncos (5-2) are led by Georgia linebacker target Leonard Warner is a major prospect at 6-foot-4 224-pounds and is likely choosing in the next few weeks. Junior Matthew Hill is ranked as the second-best receiver prospect in Georgia for 2018, but the Bulldogs have not offered yet. Alabama, Florida, Florida State, Auburn, Ohio State, among others have offered the 6-foot 162-pound four-star prospect.

The Parkview Panthers (5-2) have played well as of late, and have scored 111 points in the previous two weeks. 2018 receiver prospect Miles Marshall is a name to know, and has 26 catches for 417 yards and six touchdowns. 2019 defensive back prospect Malik Washington will be  major prospect soon, already earning big offers from programs across the country.

Grayson vs. Newton:

Newton and Jeremiah Holloman face off against Powerhouse Grayson. In 4 games, Holloman has recorded 20 catches for 360 yards and five touchdowns. The Rams also include former Tennessee commit Jaquan Henderson, a hybrid linebacker who can cover and hit.Both have the chance to be high-level SEC players.

We all know the Grayson Rams have talent. Five-star Deangelo Gibbs leads the secondary on defense along with South Carolina commit Jamyest Williams, who the Bulldogs are still pursuing. They are led by a strong group of seniors, but there is loads of talented underclassmen on this team. They will be an exciting team to watch for the next few years.

Cedar Grove at Stephenson:

Georgia commits Netori Johnson and Justin Shaffer lead the 5-2 Saints against the struggling Stone Mountain Pirates. defensive back Tre Shaw is committed to North Carolina and receiver Jadon Haselwood is a future five-star prospect. 

McEachern vs. North Pauling: 

The 6-1 McEachern host North Paulding led by FSU commit Bailey Hockman at quarterback. The 5-2 North Paulding Wolfpack, however, have an impressive gun-slinger as well, although he's young. Ross Malmgren has been phenomial this season as a sophomore. He has a great duo of receivers to throw too in Chad Terrell and Brian Mitchell.

The Indians are talneted as well, but a recruit I really like is receiver Genuine Potts. The athletic 2018 receiver was impressive all off-season in camps, and has talent his talent to another level during his junior season. He has good size at 6-foot-3 197-pounds and has a chance to ear bigger offers down the road.

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