Tuesday with Gorni: How things can shake with the top Arabs

Rival National Recruitment Director Adam Gorny There is a lot of news and rumors circulating around the top backs in the 2023 class. In this week’s Tuesday with Gornie, he discusses what’s happening and offers some thoughts on how it could all end:

Justice Haynes is a Georgian heir, a non-state prospect and one who has clearly long been a top priority for the Bulldogs’ coaching staff.

It is clear that Georgia should also be considered as a front runner – these coaches are not chasing someone who is looking elsewhere – and so it would be a serious surprise if Alabama or Clemson came and stole it.

Haynes visited Tuscaloosa this past weekend and absolutely loved everything about it. It would be foolish for anyone to count Crimson Tide but by all means, Georgia sits nicely at No. 1 in the country.

After that, there are many unanswered questions.

Georgia has an interesting focus on another run back in this category and has serious runs to Ruben Owens II, the No. 1 all-purpose back and four-star Treyon Webb, two versatile playmakers.

But in recent weeks it seems the Bulldogs have probably slowed down a bit to chase Leah Acres (Fla.) Leah standout Richard Young, the No. 2 in the class and the best-looking player in that position nationally. .

In the 2018 recruitment class for Georgia, the muscular pounder Land White and all-purpose James Cook joined the force. That same playbook could be reunited in Athens, and although Haynes and Young are no different, Haynes is a good pass-catcher who may have been credited.

Montgomery (Ala.) Montgomery Catholic and Douglasville (Ga.) South Palding’s Jamarion Wilcox’s four-star Jeremiah Cobb, among others, have a handful of Power Five offers, but Georgia has made it clear that no players At the top of the board.

If the Bulldogs can somehow land both Haynes and Young, beware. The pair could be more lethal than White and Cook Athens. By no means are the locks – Haynes probably in better shape than Young, who also has heights in Alabama, Ohio State and others – but both are incredibly talented.

Baton Rouge (La.) Liberty Magnet’s Kaleb Jackson visited LSU this weekend but he is by no means a lock to the Tigers. One might think they were playing him a bit slower and Texas A&M and some other people might have given him a big priority when it came to his appointment. Jackson is definitely interested so it will play more next month. The four-star all-purpose back tray could be a top priority at Holy LSU.

Cedric Baxter of Orlando (Fla.) Edwater is interesting because it seems to have the most impact on programs in the states, especially Florida and Miami, the long, big backs, but Ohio State and the USCO are right there. As the Buckeyes, they have made a huge impact on Mark Fletcher of the Plantation (Fla.) American Heritage over the weekend and should be considered their pioneer at the moment.

New Canyon, Texas four-star Cedric Riscano, committed to Michigan State in January but others have not given up. He will be visiting with the Spartans and Arkansas this week. Vanderbilt, Ole Miss, Tennessee, LSU and USC are pressing side by side. Riskano’s pledge to dive into the Houston-area of ​​Michigan State has done a remarkable job on the ground but others are not giving up.

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