College football recruiting blog from Atlanta and the Southeast from the AJC

Metro Atlanta standout commits to Clemson

6:42 pm Nov. 19, 2015

Metro Atlanta standout Tremayne Anchrum, Jr. committed to Clemson over Nebraska on Thursday in a ceremony at McEachern High School.

Anchrum, a senior offensive tackle at McEachern, said he arrived at the decision earlier this week.


Wednesday’s AJC Recruiting Rewind

8:39 am Jul. 29, 2015

Who says nothing happens in college football recruiting once high school practices start up. Georgia’s prep programs have already started practicing and most of the South has either joined in the heat acclimation or will

Chad Clay reflects on his decision to commit to UGA

11:52 am Jun. 25, 2015

Chad Clay, one of the state’s top-rated defensive backs, has been committed to UGA for around a month now.

The 4-star recruit from Peachtree Ridge High School picked UGA over Ohio State, Clemson and Georgia Tech,

In-state ATH has UGA and Ohio State on his mind

5:02 pm Jun. 23, 2015

Archer’s football team could serve as extras in the next Under Armour commercial. Pass the look test? The Tigers can drop a perfect score on that one.

There are five Archer standouts with UGA offers, but the

In-state UGA target plans to commit next week

10:29 pm Jun. 22, 2015

Sandy Creek offensive lineman Chandler Tuitt enjoys playing on the defensive line, but is an SEC offensive line prospect. He told the AJC on Monday that Georgia offensive line coach Rob Sale feels he might be

DT commits to UGA over Auburn and Clemson

7:36 pm May. 15, 2015

One of Georgia’s top 20 football prospects is staying home for his college ball.

Tyler Clark, a 4-star defensive tackle from Americus-Sumter High School, committed to UGA over Auburn and Clemson on Friday night.

“The Georgia coaches

Georgia Tech shops locally for commit No. 3

10:13 pm May. 9, 2015

Georgia Tech picked up its third commitment for 2016 on Saturday night.

Chris Martin, a 3-star defensive end from Grayson High School, committed to the Yellow Jackets, among his 11 early offers. Martin also had Boston