City: Chestnut Hill, MA
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|Name||Rating||Ht./Wt.||High School||Position||Colleges Considering|
|Alfred Moreland||B-||5'7"/170||Banneker High School||Running back||Air Force, Boston College and Middle Tennessee State|
|Bryan Davis||No Rating||6'3"/280||Lithia Springs High School||Defensive end||Boston College|
North Atlanta quarterback Jamal Londry-Jackson has generated a lot of interest among colleges after his stellar senior season. The 6-foot-4, 180-pound Londry-Jackson transferred from Grady last summer and made an immediate impact at North Atlanta, passing for 1,652 yards and 20 touchdowns. Oregon, Boston College, Central Florida, Kansas State, Mississippi State, Wofford, Tennessee State, Eastern Kentucky, Grambling are among the schools that have requested film of Londry-Jackson, who is waiting for his first scholarship offer.
M.L. King linebacker Joel Kight has a visit planned next weekend (Dec. 6) to Oklahoma State, according to his coach. It will be the second official visit for Kight, a 5-foot-10, 200-pound senior, who visited Boston College last month. M.L. King coach Corey Jarvis said Kight has yet to set up a visit to Mississippi, one of the schools he has considered a leader in his recruitment. Kight also has offers from Connecticut, Duke, Miami-Ohio, Indiana and Arizona State. Kight was MLK's leading tackler this season with 114 in 11 games. He also had three sacks, 13 tackles for loss and one interception.
Henry County quarterback Drew Little, a member of the AJC’s The Georgia 150, said he has scheduled an official visit to Boston College for Oct. 11. He’s also considering Kentucky, Georgia State and South Carolina, “They’ve called a few times, and I’m definitely interested,” said Little, who has helped Henry to a 2-1 start. “I haven’t decided about the other visits yet.” Little said he will be in Athens on Saturday for the Georgia-Alabama game to watch former Henry County teammate Chris Jackson, who plays for Alabama
It happens every year — a senior running back comes out of nowhere to emerge into a major-college prospect. Last season it was little-known Kenny Miles of Brookwood who ended up going to South Carolina. This time it could be Cedar Grove’s William Pratcher. The 5-10, 185 pound Pratcher has run for 732 yards and seven touchdowns on 69 carries (10.7 per carry). As a result, several ACC schools, including North Carolina State and Boston College, have offered him scholarships, Saints coach Ray Bonner said. “He is sort of like Emmitt Smith, where you don’t think he’s doing much, but he just gets past people,” said Bonner
Tucker’s Jonathan Davis, who is perhaps the state’s top overall player, was offered by Boston College on Wednesday. The ACC school has maintained contact with Davis since the spring but recently intensified its recruiting efforts for the two-way star. “They really want me at running back, and told me that I would have the opportunity to contribute immediately as a freshman,” Davis said. The 5-foot-8, 205-pound Davis is being recruited at both tailback and linebacker by colleges. He nearly committed to Georgia Tech last week, and also holds offers from South Carolina, Central Florida, Louisville, Alabama-Birmingham and Oklahoma State