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Dawg Post Wednesday Recruiting Update:

Dawg Post gives an update on a few under the radar prospects to know.

A new name to know in the 2018 class is Baldwin (GA) receiver Jatavious Harris. The 6-foot-3 184-pound speester received his first offer from Miami (FL) on November 6th, and today Harris picked up two offers from Marshall and South Carolina. The up and coming recruit is known for his speed, as he claims a 4.43 40-yard dash, a 10.64 in the 100-meter, and was the state runner up in the 200-meter with a time of 21.43. He might only have three offers, but schools like Oklahoma, Notre Dame are showing serious interest. He is on Georgia’s radar and was officially invited to the game against Louisiana-Laffayette earlier this season. Harris was not able to make the trip, but was able to visit Miami and Middle Tennessee for games this past fall. The 2018 class, especially in Georgia, does lack elite receivers, but Harris is one to know.

 A freshman prospect to know is Bowling Green (KY) athlete Devito Tisdale. Tisdale plays on both sides of the ball, and starts at cornerback and running back for his high school team. Kentucky and Louisville were two of the first to offer the outstanding freshman, but today Tennessee pulled the trigger. On film he’s easily the best player on the field, he shows good instincts for someone his age, has good ball skills at corner, and is a threat to score at any point at running back. Expect more offers to keep coming in for this star freshman.

 I have been told that defensive line coach Tracy Rocker has stopped by Miller Grove (GA) a “few times” recently. One player to know in particular is strong-side defensive end Caleb Tannor. The 6-foot-3 225-pound Tannor is a 2018 prospect whose recruitment is really starting to pick up. He has 7 offers currently with the two biggest coming from Rutgers and Southern Miss. Tannor has visited Georgia multiple times this year, attending the games against Auburn, Louisiana Monroe, and Georgia Tech. The junior totaled 54 tackles, 7 sacks, 2 safeties, and recovered one fumble for s touchdown this past season.

 I can confirm that outside linebacker coach Kevin Sherrer was at a Fitzgerald a few weeks ago at a playoff game to check on 2018 athlete James Graham. Sherrer is looking at Graham as an athlete but I’ve been told they would maybe give him a crack at quarterback first. Graham visited Georgia earlier this year for their game against rival Georgia Tech.

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