Player tracker

Georgia State

City: Atlanta, GA

Conference: None

 

Players being tracked:

NameRating Ht./Wt. High School PositionColleges Considering
Aaron Gambrah No Rating 6'2"/200 Riverside Military Academy Linebacker Georgia State
Albert Wilson No Rating 5'10"/185 Port St. Lucie High School (FL) Defensive back Georgia State
Alex Findura No Rating 6'5"/235 Woodland-Stockbridge High School Defensive end Georgia State
Arthur Williams No Rating 6'4"/275 Carol City High School (FL) Tight end Georgia State
Blake James No Rating 6'0"/220 Little Rock Central High School (AR) Linebacker Georgia State
C.J. Stephens No Rating 6'4"/255 Woodland High School (AL) Defensive tackle Georgia State
Christo Bilukidi No Rating 6'4"/295 St. Patrick's High School (CN) Defensive end Georgia State
Cody Tomlinson No Rating 6'5"/210 Kell High School Defensive end Georgia State
Cole Moon No Rating 6'3"/202 St. Pius X Catholic High School Running back Georgia State
DeMarius Matthews No Rating 5'9"/162 McEachern High School Cornerback Georgia State
Drew Little B 6'5"/245 Henry County High School Quarterback Georgia State
Drew Pearson No Rating 6'4"/235 Pepperell High School Tight end Georgia State
Emanuel Gilmore No Rating 6'4"/335 Dublin High School Defensive tackle Georgia State
Eric O'Donkor No Rating 5'11"/210 Peachtree Ridge High School Safety Georgia State
Evan Bostic No Rating 6'3"/230 Crest High School (NC) Linebacker Georgia State
Isaiah Howard No Rating 5'11"/165 American Heritage High School (FL) Cornerback Georgia State
Jake Muasau No Rating / Buena High School (CA) Linebacker Georgia State
Jamal Ransby No Rating 5'8"/156 Newnan High School Cornerback Georgia State
Jarrell Robinson No Rating 6'2"/192 Portal High School Linebacker Georgia State
Jeff Holmes No Rating 6'3"/295 Hughes Center High School (OH) Defensive tackle Georgia State
Jocquez Fears No Rating 5'9"/208 Creekside High School Defensive back Georgia State
Justin Hughes No Rating 5'9"/149 Treasure Coast High School (FL) Athlete Georgia State
Kalan Jenkins No Rating 6'3"/245 Midlothian High School (TX) Tight end Georgia State
Kelton Hill B+ 6'1"/190 Lithia Springs High School Quarterback Georgia State
Khiry Karriem No Rating 6'3"/270 Columbus High School (MS) Defensive tackle Georgia State
LeDeven Kirkland No Rating 6'5"/340 Booker T Washington High School (FL) Offensive guard Georgia State
Louie Muasau No Rating 6'0"/235 Buena High School (CA) Linebacker Georgia State
Nathaniel Anthony No Rating 5'10"/185 Columbia High School Running back Georgia State
Olufemi Opanubi No Rating 6'1"/210 University High School (CA) Linebacker Georgia State
Patrick Baker No Rating 6'0"/170 Vero Beach High School (FL) Kicker Georgia State
Sherrod Loud No Rating 6'1"/285 Worth County High School Offensive guard Georgia State
Terrance Woodard No Rating 6'2"/300 Irwin County High School Offensive guard Georgia State
Tim Wynn No Rating 6'3"/270 Mays High School Offensive guard Georgia State
Ulrick John No Rating 6'4"/260 Bradwell Institute Offensive guard Georgia State

Updates


Lithia Springs QB nearly committed to Georgia State

10:02 a.m. Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Lithia Springs quarterback Kelton Hill Jr., a member of the AJC's updated The Georgia 150, was close to committing to Georgia State before the Panthers got a commitment from Henry County's Drew Little, his father, Kelton Hill Sr., said. The two quarterbacks employ different styles: Little, who fell just short of the state's career passing yardage record, is a pocket passer, while Hill considers himself a dual threat as both a passer and a runner. "Georgia State's not going to have a lot of great linemen," said Hill Jr., "and Drew isn't going to get away from pressure like I can." Hill Sr. said his son decided to wait on his commitment to the Panthers because of the decided differences in style. "They were talking to us about running the spread to take advantage of his running ability and moving the pocket, things like that," Hill Sr. said. "It kind of felt like a mixed message." Hill Jr. is planning visits to Middle Tennessee, Georgia State, Jacksonville (Ala.) State, Alabama State and Charleston Southern.

Tucker LB Tevin Holliman gets Georgia State offer

1:43 p.m. Monday, November 17, 2008

The new football program at Georgia State is interested in Tucker linebacker Tevin Holliman. The new program offered Holliman, a 6-foot-3, 230-pound senior, last Friday before Tucker beat Whitewater 33-7 in the first round of the Class AAAA playoffs. Although he prefers attending college out of town, he said it would be OK to play college football near where he grew up. He’s still leaning toward other programs that have been recruiting him hard for months. “That’s cool to me that they offered,” Holliman said. “It’s whatever. I’m not discriminating against anyone. I’m open to every one.” Holliman also has offers from Western Kentucky, Iowa State, Central Florida, Akron, Buffalo, Ohio, South Alabama and Eastern Michigan. Western Kentucky, Iowa State and Central Florida are the leaders, although he hasn’t taken an official visit. Next up may be a visit to Western Kentucky on Nov. 22.

Henry’s Little to visit Boston College

4:22 p.m. Thursday, October 23, 2008

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

Georgia State's pitch to Henry County's Drew Little: Be the first to sign

4:03 p.m. Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Georgia State plans to make Henry County quarterback Drew Little his first offer, Henry coach Mike Rozier said. Little, selected by the AJC to The Georgia 150 list, led the Warhawks to a 10-2 record last season. He visited Georgia State coach Bill Curry and offensive coordinator John Bond, and their pitch, Little said, was to be the program’s first scholarship player. Little, who also is considering Kentucky and South Carolina, was advised by Rozier to wait and see what other offers come. “I could definitely see him going there,” Rozier said. “It’s an up-and-coming program, and he’d get to play in the Georgia Dome.”

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