Four-star offensive tackle Warren McClendon commits to Georgia
McClendon has seen a little bit of a slip in the rankings, but he has stayed a four-star the whole time and is still a very solid four-star. He has a very big frame, being listed at 6’4″ 318 LBS on 247 Sports. That frame could indicate a possible move to guard once he gets to the college level, but he is athletic enough to play tackle even with his big frame, especially if he were to end up playing right tackle. At the moment he is the second highest-ranked offensive lineman that Georgia has committed and he should help keep the strong running games that Georgia has had the past couple years going.
Four-star cornerback Jaden Davis commits to Oklahoma
Davis is on the smaller side when it comes to defensive backs, but he makes up for it with his good leaping ability, quick hips and overall football instincts. In college he could struggle in the redzone if he gets matched up on bigger receivers, but as he matures he could definitely figure out how to counter his lack of ideal height and make plays. Overall I think this kid is going to be a great play-maker at Oklahoma, and when you’re playing against the explosive offenses the Big-12 has, you need play-makers on the defensive side of the ball.
Four-star all-purpose running back Isaiah Spiller commits to Texas A&M
Huge skill position pickup here for Jimbo Fisher and Texas A&M as Spiller is the number two ranked all-purpose back in the country, according to 247 Sports. Spiller is a well-rounded running back that has pretty good size and he has a really smooth running style and is able to run through tacklers and keep his balance. He can also stop on a dime and make tacklers miss and is able to catch the ball pretty well out of the backfield, which should help him be even more successful at the next level.
Four-star inside linebacker Nick Henrich commits to Nebraska
It’s hard not to love Henrich. He is an athletic linebacker that has really good instincts and is able to diagnose plays really quickly and once he diagnosis a play he doesn’t hesitate the chase the play down and make a tackle. He is the highest-ranked recruit that Scott Frost has gotten to commit so far at Nebraska. Assuming he adds more weight he should transition nicely to being able to play inside at the division one level.
Four-star athlete Cam’Ron Kelly decommits from Virginia Tech
After committing to Virginia Tech on June 7th, Cam’Ron Kelly took to Twitter on Saturday to announce that he was re-opening his recruitment. This is unfortunate for the Hokies right now because they lose a guy that is an incredible athlete and could really play on either side of the ball in college. Now he did say that he’s still interested in Virginia Tech and he’s from Virginia so it wouldn’t be too surprising to see him still end up there. This is just a situation we’ll have to keep watching.