Recruiting scorecard for Kennesaw State football


Number of commits: 9

Expected class size: 22

Star recruit: Dustyn Moore, a transfer linebacker who is returning home after two seasons at Kent State. Moore prepped at Heritage High in Conyers.

News of the week: Four junior-college signees, along with Moore, were expected to begin classes this week. They will be eligible to participate in spring drills.

What to feel good about: More than half of this year’s class (around 14) will be transfer players, and the Owls are making steady progress on that goal. … Five high school players have publicly committed and at least two others have reportedly let the Owls know that they’re coming.

What to worry about: Kicker A.J. Wells, a transfer from Middle Tennessee, switched from Kennesaw State to Holy Cross. The Owls may not sign a kicker.

Quote of the week: “We’re on the road recruiting this week. FCS schools can be on the road. For us, we’re spending this week going to see committed kids. And we have a few other kids that we’re trying to solidify.” — Kennesaw State coach Brian Bohannon

Next: The Owls are in the process of setting up all of their remaining official visits for the last two weekends of January.

Kennesaw State coach Brian Bohannon (AJC file)

Kennesaw State coach Brian Bohannon (AJC file)

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