Fascinated by rival combine series in standout Atlanta

Atlanta – About 1,800 people have appeared in the prospect Rivals combined series Will have to compete at Lakewood Stadium on Saturday and return on Sunday for a shot Rival Camp Series. There were 12 possibilities in the run-up to Sunday’s camp that stood out during the day:

In the 2021 season Young was laying the foundations of his island with Camden County. Coming through this spring in the 2023 corner was the flash to be the next level of talent. There is no shortage of college teams to evaluate Young this offseason who are ready to see his progress in the autumn months. Some of the teams looking for Young include Jackson State, Austin Pay, Virginia Tech, Georgia State, Eastern Kentucky and Auburn. Young’s athleticism helped him get invited to Sunday’s camp.

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Denigel Cooper

Denigel Cooper (Jeff McCulloch / Rival.com)

Cooper spent the 2021 season working against the 7A Georgia offense as a weak point in Camden County. Twitches and explosions were seen closing the edges for the Wildcats during Cooper’s combine testing on Saturday. Making an offer from Liberty, Virginia Tech, East Carolina, Georgia State, Cincinnati and Wake Forest are generating interest for Cooper this offseason.

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Tracked from Union Springs, Foster came to the RCS on Saturday to show off his athleticism. Foster 4A worked on the Alabama team last fall as a two-way player standing in line with strong defenses and running backwards. There is growing interest in Foster as a next level DB from Troy, Georgia State, Samford and South Alabama.

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Cameron Coleman

Cameron Coleman (Nick Lucero / Rival.com)

With the 7A Alabama State Championships racing, Recruitment’s eyes are on Central High School in Phoenix City. Blessed with size and speed, as shown throughout his combine testing, the college team who discovered Cameron Coleman loved what they saw. LSU offers interest from Oregon and Texas A&M. Aggies is on Coleman’s summer tour schedule.

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Gabriel Benton

Gabriel Benton (Nick Lucero / Rival.com)

Benton spun the laces to attract the attention of college football recruits with the 6A Alabama teams for Benjamin Russell last season. Although a pro-style by trade, Benton’s athletic ability attracted attention by gaining an invitation for Sunday. The regional team is in Benton, evaluating the Southern Miss, Troy, and South Alabama 2024 gunmen.

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Alvan Isaac

Alvan Isaac (Nick Lucero / Rival.com)

The turf at Lakewood Stadium was toasted when Isaac put his 4.45 in the 40-yard dash. That speed pushed 15 receptions to 331 yards, including four scores against the 4A Florida squad. The 2024 prospect is now showing interest among the Florida, Florida State, Toledo and Utah teams.

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Kahlil House

Kahlil House (Nick Lucero / Rival.com)

The House has a great frame for the 2024 prospect, and a few schools have already offered Warner Robbins (G.) a 6-foot-5, 293-pound lineman outside Houston County. Georgia Tech, UAB, Georgia Southern, Middle Tennessee State and Florida have pulled the trigger on the A&M offer, but teams such as Troy, Georgia, North Carolina, Florida State and Florida are also showing interest. House was in the Georgia game against Missouri and has become a fan of the Dogs and Florida states.

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Tie Adams

Tie Adams (Nick Lucero / Rival.com)

Adams posted a 4.45-second 40-yard dash, one of the fastest times of the day, and a 6.9-second 3-no drill. The Swissborough, Ga’s dynamic 2023 athlete also posted a 4.1 second 5-10-5 shuttle. Georgia Tech, Middle Tennessee State, Mercer, Georgia Southern and a few others have offered him but only a few schools in Clemson, Iowa State, Florida State, Missouri and Coastal Carolina are showing interest. His cousin Rico Johnson, a former Georgian player in the early 2010’s.

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Red Martel

Red Martel (Nick Lucero / Rival.com)

Coming all the way from Beggs, Okla, Martel is ready for the competition tomorrow. There is already an offer from Colorado for the 2024 Running Back, with more interest from teams like Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Florida, Yale and others. Myrtle hopes to travel to Oklahoma State and Colorado this summer, but she hasn’t locked in on those dates yet.

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