January Junior Days (14th and 28th) Visitor Lists

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jvols1999

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With 247 rankings

January 14th
DB Kaleb Beasley (Vol commit) (#143)
ATH Mike Matthews (#3)
WR Ryan Wingo (#14)
DL Williams Nwaneri (#17)
LB Edwin Spillman (#98)
Edge Jordan Ross (#106)
CB Jalyn Crawford (#121)
CB Ify Obigegwu (#158)
DB Travaris Banks (#176)
WR Jeremiah McClellan (#182)
S Fred Gaskin (#228)
S Jaylen McClain (#240)
LB Jeremiah Beasley (#251)
WR JJ Harrell
ATH Boo Carter
ATH Marcus Goree
LB Jordan Burns
DL Amaris Williams
S Dre Kilpatrick III
Quintavius Johnson (can't seem to find him via Google)
Edge Danny Okoye
LB Joseph Philips
DL Jeremiah Heard
OL Kison Shepherd
S Edrees Farooq
OT Eagan Boyer
WR Antonio White
WR Koby Young
Edge Herb Gray
LB Simeon Coleman
OT Kyle Altuner
QB Cutter Boley (2025)
Edge CJ May (2025)
CB Kevin Humes (2025)
WR Isaiah Mozee (2025)
Edge Jakaleb Faulk (2025)
TE Davon Mitchell (2025)
CB Martels Carter (2025)
LB Carlton Smith (2025)

January 28th
DL Kamarion Franklin (#21)
ATH Aaron Butler (#61)*
WR Ny Carr (#67) UGA commit
WR Perry Thompson (Bama commit)
ATH Braunte Johnson (#78)
RB Jordan Marshall (#105)
WR Freddie Dubose (#109)
Edge Elias Rudolph (#116)
ATH Daniel Hill (#156)
Edge Bryce Young (#197) - ND legacy who is visiting South Bend this weekend
RB Kevin Riley
OL Ethan Calloway
OT Kevin Haywood
WR Chase Tyler
DL Jayden Jackson (UR on 247 but offers from UT and OSU)
QB George MacIntyre (2025)

* Coming the 26th and then going to UGA the 28th
 
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A part of the problem that hurts us in recruiting is lack of offensive rotation, which is a by product of us not subbing to keep up the tempo.

Mainly only play 3 WRs. However if you crack the top3 you’ll put up good numbers.

Similar with RBs we essentially swap RB1 and RB2 every other series.

So this can hurt in recruiting, but in reality the ELITE prospects should have confidence to compete and crack the top of depth chart
 
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A part of the problem that hurts us in recruiting is lack of offensive rotation, which is a by product of us not subbing to keep up the tempo.

Mainly only play 3 WRs. However if you crack the top3 you’ll put up good numbers.

Similar with RBs we essentially swap RB1 and RB2 every other series.

So this can hurt in recruiting, but in reality the ELITE prospects should have confidence to compete and crack the top of depth chart
I think having confidence that if you start a drive, you’ll have a high percentage shot at scoring a TD would be appealing.
 
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January 14th
WR Ryan Wingo
LB Jeremiah Beasley
WR JJ Harrell
ATH Boo Carter
OL Josiah Thompson
DB Travaris Banks
LB Jordan Burns
S Fred Gaskin
DL Amaris Williams
Quintavius Johnson (can't seem to find him via Google)
Edge Bryce Young
Edge Elias Rudolph
Edge Danny Okoye
LB Joseph Philips
RB Jordan Marshall
DL Jeremiah Heard (BIG FELLA)
WR Jeremiah McClellan
QB Cutter Boley (2025)

January 28th
RB Kevin Riley
Still a week to go, but this is already going to be a star-studded affair. ELITE prospects at just about every position, and basically no "filler" on the list - only bigtimers.
 

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