City: Stillwater, OK
Conference: Big 12
|Name||Rating||Ht./Wt.||High School||Position||Colleges Considering|
|Bubba Freeman||B-||5'9"/180||Cedar Shoals High School||Defensive back||Central Florida, Kentucky and Oklahoma State|
|David Paulsen||A-||6'3"/240||Walton High School||Defensive end||Oklahoma State|
|Daytawion Lowe||A||6'0"/180||Carl Albert High School (OK)||Safety||Oklahoma State|
|Henry Anderson||B+||6'6"/245||Woodward Academy||Defensive end||Central Florida, East Carolina, Maryland, Oklahoma State, Stanford, Virginia, Wake Forest and West Virginia|
|Jeremy McGahee||B-||5'10"/168||Thomson High School||Running back||East Carolina, Georgia Southern, North Carolina and Oklahoma State|
|LeRon Furr||B+||6'3"/225||Carver-Columbus High School||Linebacker||Oklahoma State|
|Ryan Robinson||A-||6'5"/245||Mill Creek High School||Defensive end||Oklahoma State|
|Tony Caldwell||B-||6'0"/200||Douglas County High School||Quarterback||Furman, Georgia Southern, Middle Tennessee State, Oklahoma State and Wake Forest|
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.
Mill Creek defensive end Ryan Robinson received an offer from Oklahoma State. "He has an official visit scheduled in January," said Mill Creek coach Shannon Jarvis Robinson, a 6-foot-5, 245-pound member of the AJC's The Georgia 150, currently has offers from South Carolina, North Carolina, Kentucky and Oklahoma State. Jarvis said his top choices are South Carolina and Oklahoma State. Jarvis said Clemson assistant coach Ron West has shown an interest in Robinson as well. "Clemson was Ryan's top choice, but with the coaching situation up in the air, he's not sure what's going to happen." Robinson's uncle, Ken Robinson, is the head coach at Greater Atlanta Christian. He played for the Gamecocks as well as the Washington Redskins. Ryan's father, George Robinson, played for Clemson. "It's definitely a house divided," said Jarvis. "I'm not sure if that is going to influence Ryan. He is a quiet kid and tough to read. I think he is keeping his options open." Jarvis said Robinson has done an excellent job of keeping the recruiting process in perspective. "He is focused on playing football and getting better as a player," he said.
When North Cobb defensive tackle Derrick Lott makes an unofficial visit to UGA on Saturday, it won’t be as “one of the state’s top uncommitted prospects.” No, it will be as commitment No. 15 for Georgia’s 2009 recruiting class. Lott picked the Bulldogs over South Carolina, Louisville, and Oklahoma State on Thursday night, less than a week after he was offered by Georgia. “It feels great to get the decision over with, and it’s feel great for Georgia to be my decision,” Lott said. “Now that [recruiting] is out of the way, I can focus 100-percent back on my high school team, my school work, and my social life.” The 6-foot-4, 275-pound Lott said no one was more excited outside his family more than North Cobb coach Shane Queen. “He was screaming when Georgia offered me, and he was just as excited when I committed to Georgia. Coach Queen had never had any of his players offered by Georgia in his 15 years of coaching, so it was special to him and really meant a lot.”
Two things stood out for M.L. King linebacker **Joel Kight** on an official visit this past weekend to Boston College. — The Eagles play hard, team-oriented football and he likes that. — He’s not so crazy about the weather. Kight watched Boston College beat Virginia Tech 28-23 Saturday, erasing a 10-0 deficit. “I was impressed with how they played, how they fought back and never gave up,” Kight said Sunday evening. “The campus is really nice, but the weather, it’s cold up there. “I’m not sure what the temperature was [around 50 degrees], but the wind made it even worse.” Overall, Kight has a positive impression of his visit, but his intent is to compare other schools on his offers list, including Ole Miss, which he considers one of the programs he’s leaning toward. He plans an official visit to Ole Miss perhaps in the next month. Kight also has offers from Oklahoma State, Connecticut, Duke, Miami-Ohio, Indiana and Arizona State.
Tucker’s Jonathan Davis, who was offered by Georgia Tech last week, said South Carolina called to reassure him that his scholarship offer was still available with the Gamecocks. Davis said he had heard rumors that South Carolina had withdrawn its offer after landing commitments from three other linebackers, including Chaun Gresham of Winder. However, South Carolina assistant Ron Cooper called Davis to clear things up. “Coach Cooper said, ‘We want you’ and I said ‘Good, because I wasn’t sure,’” Davis said. “Coach Cooper then said they definitely want me, and they are going to keep recruiting me hard.” The 5-foot-8, 205-pound Davis said he was invited to the Georgia game by Cooper, but could not make it because Tucker played last Saturday. However, Davis said he hopes to make it to another South Carolina game in the near future. Davis, who is perhaps the state’s top overall player, nearly committed to Georgia Tech last week. He also has offers from Oklahoma State, Central Florida, Louisville, and Alabama-Birmingham. He was electronically clocked at 4.32 seconds in the 40-yard dash