Recruiting Report 3-26-20


OL Jaydon Collins of Greer was offered by UConn. He holds offers from App State, Duke, East Carolina, Georgia Southern, Illinois, Louisville, Syracuse and West Virginia.

DE Kaseem Vauls of Irmo was offered by Boise State;  I think this kid could end up moving inside at the next level as a powerful inside rusher and run game wrecker.

OL Thornton Gentry of Chapin was offered by UConn. He now holds offers from Kansas State, Old Dominion, Syracuse and UConn.

WR JJ Jones was offered by Western Kentucky and he now holds offers from Kansas State, Charlotte, FIU and WK.

WR Ahmari Huggins-Bruce has been offered by Southern Cal. The 6-0, 165lbs burner has two dozen offers but yet to receive an offer from in state schools South Carolina or Clemson.

DB Caden Sullivan of Boiling Springs was offered by William and Mary. He has offers from Air Force, Vanderbilt, Coastal Carolina, Wofford, Gardner-Webb, Charlotte, Georgia State and Appalachian State

DE Miles Capers of Sumter was offered by Kansas and has an offer from Charlotte, Tennessee and Virginia.

WR Joshua Burrell picked up an offer from NC State. He has over two dozen Power Five offers.


DB Jeadyn Lukus of Mauldin was offered by Tennessee. He also has an offers from South Carolina, Kentucky, LSU, Virginia Tech, North Carolina, Duke, Florida and Appalachian State.

WR Jaleel Skinner of Greer was offered by Arkansas. He holds offers from South Carolina, App State, Florida, Penn State, Tennessee, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest.

WR Adam Randall of Myrtle Beach was offered by Virginia Tech. The 6-3, 198lbs receiver has offers from Akron, Coastal, SC State, Tennessee and now Virginia Tech.

About Jim Baxter

Founder of Nationally published recruiting anlayst witih 30 years of experience in the industry. His work has appeared in publications such as Athlon, Sporting News, The Recruiting News and Deep South Recruiting and he is the author of the best selling book, The Book On Evaluating Football Players.

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