Quindarious Monday: The four-star defensive back is one of the top prospects in the south, and has seen his recruitment explode this spring. Already an impressive safety, Monday has a chance to be a lockdown cornerback at the next level also. Alabama, Georgia, Clemson, Auburn, Florida State, Oregon, and many others have offered so far.
Jalen Huff: One of the top 2020 prospects in the peach state, Huff has shown toughness and great cover skills this spring at multiple camps. Syracuse and Louisiana Tech have offered so far, and more are likely on the way.
Devon Saunders-Johnson: An up and coming 2018 defensive back out of North Cobb (GA), Saunders-Johnson has been offered by Kansas State and Appalachian State. He does a nice job of reading the quarterbacks eyes and making a play on the ball. Look for him to have a big senior season after improving his craft this spring.
Al Hogan: The 2018 OL out of Landmark Christian (GA) holds offers from Air Force, Georgia State, Buffalo, among others. He has good size at 6-foot-3 285-pounds and excels in run blocking. Look for more schools to start showing interest this summer.
Dequan Mosely: The sleeper prospect out of Woodland (GA) has had a big spring so far, picking up offers from Kentucky State and interest from many others. He’s not the biggest guy, but he’s competitive, has quick feet, great ball skills, and has shown great cover skills. He is one of the most technically sound cornerbacks in Georgia.
Dillon Knepp: A 2018 linebacker from Lakeview Academy is a versatile player who plays outside linebacker and running back. He’s a tough player with a high football IQ with good athleticism.
Darren Parker: This 2018 safety out of Munford (AL) has been a hot name this past spring, and will continue his craft this weekend. At 5-foot-11 184-pounds, Parker is an aggressive prospect who plays the run well, but also does a nice job of making a play on the ball in coverage.
Ryan Bullock: The massive 6-foot-3 320-pound lineman out of Strong Rock Christian (GA) is a versatile prospect who could play guard or tackle at the next level. He’s solid in the run game, and does a nice job finishing blocks and playing through the whistle.
Phillip Pfaffman: This 2018 DB out of Stars Mill (GA) has good reaction time, great acceleration with the ball, and solid ball skills in coverage.
Stone Brown: Brown is an impressive 2019 DE out of Pinecrest Academy (GA). He did a nice job last year on the offensive line, showing toughness and the ability to open up holes for the back. On defense he’s quick off the ball, and showed a great motor when chasing the ball carrier.
2018 slot receiver Destin Riley (Peachtree Ridge) and 2020 DB Tim Hogan (Pinecrest Academy) will also be on the tour.