Recruiting Scorecard for Georgia State

5:44 pm Jan. 22, 2015

GEORGIA STATE

Number of commitsments: 19

Expected class size: 19-21, including three delayed enrollees from last year’s class

Rankings: Georgia State is rated No. 99 of 137 FBS schools.

News of the week: Zachary Branner, an offensive lineman from

Recruiting Scorecard for Kennesaw State

5:40 pm Jan. 22, 2015

KENNESAW STATE

Number of commitments: 12

Expected class size: 14-15

Rankings: N/A

News of the week: Things really crank up this weekend, with at least seven prospects scheduled for official visits. “We’ve got some kids already committed that will

Recruiting Scorecard for Georgia State

2:16 pm Jan. 16, 2015

GEORGIA STATE

Commitments: 20

Expected class size: 19-21

Star recruit: Richard Hallman, a 6-4 receiver from Hillgrove. The pressure is on Georgia State to make a big impression during this weekend’s official visit. Hallman will go on a

Recruiting scorecard for Kennesaw State

2:14 pm Jan. 16, 2015

KENNESAW STATE

Commitments: 11

Expected class size: 22

Star recruit: Zach Taisler, a 6-3, 215-pound linebacker who led Houston County this season with 90 tackles, including six tackles for losses.

News of the week: Six new players started classes

5-star RB commits to Alabama

12:03 am Jan. 9, 2015

By Marq Burnett
mburnett@annistonstar.com

TUSCALOOSA — Shortly after former five-star prospect T.J. Yeldon announced his decision to turn pro, another five-star running back committed to Alabama.

Damien Harris, from Berea, Ky, picked the Crimson Tide over Kentucky and

Recruiting scorecard for Kennesaw State football

1:07 am Jan. 7, 2015

KENNESAW STATE

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

Jackson Bardall: 2016 OL from N. Forsyth makes impression

2:55 am Jan. 4, 2015

Every year at the junior all-star games, there are a few players who no one has really heard about that emerge from the pack.

At the Elite Junior Classic, one of those players was Jackson Bardall, a junior offensive lineman from North Forsyth High School. He measured in at 6-foot-4 and 286 pounds, and he left an impression with his tenacity and athleticism.

Jackson Bardall spoke about his recruiting in the below