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NameRating Ht./Wt. High School PositionColleges Considering
Aaron Murray A+ 6'1"/200 Plant High School (Fla.) Quarterback Georgia
Abry Jones A+ 6'3"/250 Northside-Warner Robins High School Defensive tackle Georgia
Andre Debose A+ 5'11"/175 Sanford Seminole High School (Fla.) Wide receiver Central Florida, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Louisiana State, Miami, Mississippi, Ohio State, Oregon, South Carolina, Southern California and Tennessee
Andrew Sachais B+ 6'2"/220 Buford High School Linebacker Florida State, Georgia, North Carolina, Ohio State, Penn State and South Carolina
Arthur Fontaine A 6'5"/245 Dartmouth High School (MA) Tight end Georgia
Austin Long A 6'5"/270 Briarcrest Christian Academy (TN) Offensive tackle Georgia
Bobby Massie B 6'8''/335 Hargrave Military Prep (VA) Offensive tackle Alabama, Clemson and Georgia
Brady Biggers B 6'1"/190 Walton High School Kicker Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee and Tulane
Branden Smith A+ 5'11"/175 Washington High School Cornerback Alabama, Clemson, Florida, Georgia and Tennessee
Chase Vasser A 6'4"/211 Chestatee High School Linebacker Georgia
Chris Burnette A+ 6'4"/290 Troup County High School Offensive guard Georgia
Dallas Lee B+ 6-3/305 Buford High School Defensive tackle Georgia
Darius Eubanks B- 6'1"/190 Thomson High School Defensive back Georgia, South Carolina and Wake Forest
Darren Myles A+ 6'3"/185 Carver-Atlanta High School Defensive back Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Louisiana State, Ohio State, Tennessee and West Virginia
David Paulsen A- 6'3"/240 Walton High School Defensive end Air Force, Army, Duke, Georgia, Iowa, Miami-Ohio, Stanford, Tulane and Vanderbilt
Deion Roberson A- 6'3"/265 Tucker High School Defensive tackle Duke, Georgia, Georgia Southern, Iowa State, Memphis, Michigan State and North Carolina State
Derrick Lott A- 6'4"/265 North Cobb High School Defensive end Georgia
Dexter Moody A 6'2"/215 Emanuel County Institute Linebacker Georgia
Donald Russell B 5'11"/205 Dwyer High School (FL) Running back Florida, Georgia, Pittsburgh, South Carolina, South Florida and Wisconsin
Donavan Tate A 6'3"/205 Cartersville High School Athlete Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, Southern California and Texas
Dre Kirkpatrick None 6'2"/180 Gadsden City High School (AL) Defensive back Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Louisiana State, Miami, Michigan, Southern California, Tennessee and Texas
Duran Christophe B- 6'6"/270 Woodstock High School Offensive tackle Alabama, Central Florida, East Carolina, Georgia, Indiana, Middle Tennessee State, Tulane and Vanderbilt
Dyron Dye A+ 6'4"/223 Sanford Seminole High School (Fla.) Defensive end Auburn, Central Florida, Cincinnati, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana State, Miami, Mississippi, South Carolina, South Florida, Southern California and Tennessee
Eric Fields A+ 6'2"/210 Northside-Warner Robins High School Linebacker Clemson and Georgia
Jarvis Jones A+ 6'4"/220 Carver-Columbus High School Linebacker Clemson, Georgia, Louisiana State, Southern California and Texas
Jawanza Starling A 6'2"/195 Lincoln High School (FL) Defensive back Alabama, Auburn, California, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Notre Dame, Oregon, South Carolina and Southern California
Jordan Love A 6'/185 Deep Run High School (VA) Defensive back Georgia
Julian Burnett A 5'11"/222 Westside-Macon High School Linebacker Auburn, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, South Carolina and Vanderbilt
Kwame Geathers A- 6'7"/320 Carvers Bay High School (SC) Offensive tackle Clemson, Georgia and South Carolina
Marlon Brown A+ 6'5"/200 Harding Academy (TN) Wide receiver Florida, Georgia, Louisiana State, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Southern California and Tennessee
Michael Carter A 5'11"/160 Blanche Ely High School (FL) Defensive back Florida, Georgia, Miami, Minnesota and West Virginia
Mike Gilliard A 6'2"/205 Valdosta High School Linebacker Georgia
Orson Charles A 6'3"/227 Plant High School (Fla.) Tight end Florida, Florida State, Georgia and Miami
Ray Ray Armstrong None 6'4"/220 Sanford Seminole High School (Fla.) Athlete Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Louisiana State, Miami, Mississippi, Notre Dame, Oregon, South Carolina, Southern California and Tennessee
Reuben Randle A 6'3"/195 Bastrop High School (LA) Wide receiver Alabama, Florida State, Georgia, Louisiana State, Miami, Notre Dame, Oklahoma and Tennessee
Reuben Faloughi B 6'4"/215 Evans High School Defensive end Connecticut, Georgia and Vanderbilt
Shawn Williams A- 6'-1"/190 Early County High School Defensive back Georgia
Tana Patrick None 6'3"/220 North Jackson High School (AL) Linebacker Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida State, Georgia, Nebraska, South Carolina, Southern California, Tennessee and Texas A&M
Washaun Ealey A+ 5'11"/210 Emanuel County Institute Running back Georgia
Zach Mettenberger A 6'5"/230 Oconee County High School Quarterback Georgia


Cedartown’s Brown to watch Georgia Tech this weekend

9:13 p.m. Thursday, October 9, 2008

Cedartown running back/defensive back Brandon Brown (6-foot-2, 185 pounds) has one official scholarship offer, from Navy. But he has several teams actively recruiting him, including Georgia Tech, Auburn, Wake Forest, Vanderbilt, and lately, Georgia. While he is happy with the offer from Navy, which he received over the summer, Brown would rather see some offers from the other schools recruiting him. “Navy is cool, but I really like Georgia Tech, Auburn and UGA,” he said, Tuesday evening. When asked if he prefers those schools to Navy because they play in better known conferences than the Midshipmen, Brown said, “yeah, something like that.” While he remains undecided on where and when he will take his official visits, Brown said he will be at Tech on Saturday afternoon to watch the Jackets take on Mississippi State. “I don’t know when any of them will offer me,” Brown said of the larger, more prominent schools recruiting him. “I hope they do soon.”

Walton DE Paulsen receives offer from Oklahoma State

8:48 p.m. Thursday, October 9, 2008

Walton’s David Paulsen received an offer from Oklahoma State on Tuesday, and the Cowboys immediately moved into his top five. Paulsen, a 6-foot-3, 240 pound defensive end, indicated via text message that Oklahoma State has joined Miami (Ohio), Duke, Tulane and Georgia as his top choices. The Walton senior said he likes what Oklahoma State has to offer, especially the fire from head coach Mike Gundy, who you’ll remember from this YouTube rant. Paulsen is a member of the AJC’s The Georgia 150. He just returned from an official visit this weekend to Tulane. His next trip will be to see Miami (Ohio) on Oct. 4

UGA-bound Jones not surprised to see teammate back off Clemson

8:04 p.m. Thursday, October 9, 2008

Northside-Warner Robins defensive tackle Abry Jones, who committed to Georgia, said he was not surprised to see his teammate, linebacker Eric Fields, back off his commitment to Clemson. Both Northside players are AJC Super 11 selections. Fields, who was unavailable for comment, has said he still favors Clemson, but wants to take official visits with the Tigers and Georgia. “He has been saying that for a while, so it wasn’t a big deal when it came out [in the media],” Jones said. “I pretty much figured he’d go ahead and do it [back off the commitment]

UGA defensive coordinator Willie Martinez takes notice of Warner Robins DB

4:51 p.m. Thursday, October 9, 2008

Georgia has expressed some interest in Warner Robins cornerback Rashad Wynes, who has committed to Alabama-Birmingham. Georgia defensive coordinator Willie Martinez noticed Wynes when he was watching film of the Warner Robins-Peach County scrimmage. Martinez was studying junior defensive tackle Jeffrey Whitaker, who has already been offered by the Bullodgs. “I had about 4-5 pass breakups, and [Martinez] told my coaches that he wanted to see me in person,” said Wynes. The 6-foot-1, 210-pound Wynes was offered recruiting tickets for Georgia’s game against Alabama on Sept. 27. Wynes said he has not had any direct contact with the Bulldogs, nor does he know how to interpret the situation. “It’s all good, I haven’t thought about it a lot,” Wynes said. “I’m just going to go to the game and see what happens.” Wynes has exceptional size and athleticism for the defensive secondary. With Georgia, he is likely a backup target in case the Bulldogs fail to land one or both of the state’s top uncommitted defensive backs, Washington High’s Branden Smith or Carver-Atlanta’s Darren Myles. Ole Miss has offered a scholarship and is strongly pursuing Wynes, who said he remains loyal to Alabama-Birmingham

Here are six of Georgia's best

4:01 p.m. Thursday, October 9, 2008

Most of the state’s elite senior players have made their college commitments, and many of the best juniors are beginning to get offers. Here are six of the top juniors who will be part of the signing class of 2010: DT Denzel McCoy, Northview: This 6-4, 275-pound lineman is a key target for Georgia Tech and Georgia. He’s got a dozen offers. He’s comparable to former teammate Cordian Hagans, an AJC Super 11 now at LSU, but is more suited to the interior. WR Markeith Ambles, Henry County: Could Henry County have the best receiver prospect two years in a row? Teammate Ambles is the teammate of AJC Super 11 player Jamal Patterson, who has committed to Stanford. Ambles, a 6-1, 185-pounder, has offers from a dozen schools and has visited Georgia and Georgia Tech for games. WR Antonio Goodwin, Washington: A lanky receiver (6-2, 170) with exceptional speed, Goodwin is the next in a line of big-time prospects from his school behind current Super 11 cornerback Branden Smith, Georgia safety Reshad Jones and Oklahoma All-America lineman Duke Robinson. DT Jeffrey Whitaker, Warner Robins: The state’s best defensive tackle this year is Northside’s Abry Jones. Next year, it could be another player in the city of Warner Robins. Clemson, Florida, Georgia and Tennessee are among those who have made offers to Whitaker, a 6-3, 295-pound lineman. Strength is his calling card. He can squat more than 550 pounds. CB Steven Atwater, GAC: His father, Steve Atwater Sr., was an All-Pro safety for the Denver Broncos. The son is a cornerback with the same hitter mentality but with more speed. He’s 5-10, 175. He has offers from Arkansas, his father’s alma mater, and Clemson. S Alec Ogletree, Newnan: Ogletree got scholarship offers from LSU and Arkansas last week. He’s got about 15 in all. He’s a 6-foot-3, 215-pounder who could emerge as the top defensive prospect in Georgia next year. Others offers have come from Miami, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Clemson

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