I’m inspired by the underdog story. The hungry dogs that gets overlooked because of their height, weight or just don’t pass the eye test, is why I do this. I hooked up with the CEO of RecruitNE_GA, Coach D. He…
I’m inspired by the underdog story. The hungry dogs that gets overlooked because of their height, weight or just don’t pass the eye test, is why I do this. I hooked up with the CEO of RecruitNE_GA, Coach D. He gave me tons of information and some insights on who are those underdogs in Georgia. Let’s dive in!
Nate Russell Nate Russell 6'2" | QB Cartersville | 2026 GA – QB – Cartersville HS / @Nate_Russell_9
Russell is a very confident passer and shows good accuracy and feel when in rhythm. Shows great ball placement and throws very catchable passes. Russell put good air on his throws. Russell can get it there, and Russell does a nice job dropping deep throws in with proper touch down the sideline.
Braxton Goolsby – WR – East Jackson HS / @braxton2_
Goolsby is coordinated with soft, reliable hands, and he shows the ability to adjust to balls thrown behind him, as well as a knack for digging out low throws. Goolsby is capable to beat the press with elusiveness or physical contact. Runs crisp routes with sharp cuts.
Bryce Perry-Wright Bryce Perry-Wright 6'3" | DL Buford | 2026 State GA – DE – Buford HS / @Brycepw5
Perry-Wright combines excellent power with initial quickness, but one of his best attributes are his violent hands, which he uses with impressive precision. He shows a natural feel for setting up blockers and getting them off-balance. His hands are active and violent, and he quickly disengages with blockers and counters when his initial move stalls.
Bear McWhorter Bear McWhorter 6'4" | OL Cass | 2026 State GA – OL – Cass HS / @BearMcWhorter
McWhorter has a prototypical build for an D1 tackle, with a wide frame and long arms. He’s a mauler in the run game, exploding off the snap and winning with leverage and upper-body strength at the point of attack. He has long arms that allow him to survive as a pass protector on the edge, and he typically plays with good balance.
Kush Amin – MLB – Johns Creek HS / @Kush_Amin42
Amin along with great instincts, he’s an explosive mover. He can disrupt plays in the backfield due to his ability to read and react quickly. A dynamic edge rusher, Amin has quickness and speed. He gets off the snap quickly and has the flexibility to bend the edge and the pure speed to close on the quarterback.