Living in Atlanta the last two years, I’ve seen a lot of talent on both sides of the ball, especially up-front. So, it comes as no surprise to see four Georgia offensive linemen in the Top 25, according to the 247Sports.com composite rankings.
And, if you’re a Georgia Bulldogs fan, you’ll be happy to know that that talent will be staying in-state. One of the four homegrown talents has already given his verbal commitment to Dawgs’ head coach Kirby Smart, while 24/7 projects that the other three will definitely head to Athens.
Tackle Amarius Mims is the No. 2 overall college offensive line prospect. The Bleckley County star is 6-7, 315-pounds and is considered a 5-star prospect. 247/7’s Crystal Ball lists him as 100% heading to Georgia.
24/7 also predicts that Peach County’s offensive guard Terrence Ferguson, the No. 9 prospect, will end-up a Bulldog. He’s considered a 4-star prospect at 6-4, 300-pounds.
Coach Smart is also waiting for No. 12 Micah Morris of Camden County to say “yes,” while No. 24 Dylan Fairchild, a 4-star guard from West Forsyth has already given his verbal commitment.
College football coaches around the nation are waiting for top-ranked Tommy Brockermeyer of All Saints’ Episcopal (Fort Worth, Texas) to make his verbal commitment. According to 24/7, the 6-6, 283-pounder, who is a 5-star recruit, has 25 offers from Alabama and Clemson on down.
Brockermeyer has a twin brother James, who is also highly-ranked. Their grandfather played at the University of Texas in the late 50’s.
At No. 3 is Tristan Leigh, a tackle from Robinson in Fairfax, Virginia. Leigh is a 5-star recruit with 40 offers.
Nolan Rucci, an offensive tackle from Warwick High in Pennsylvania, is another 5-star recruit. Rucci, which is 6-8, 285-pounds, has nearly 30 college offers.
The highest ranked prospect with a verbal commitment is IMG Academy’s JC Latham. The 6-6, 305-pound tackle recently gave Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide his verbal.
Offensive Lineman, Class of 2021
No. 1 Tommy Brockermeyer, OT – All Saints Episcopal (Texas) – Uncommitted
No. 2 Amarius Mims, OT – Bleckley County (Georgia) – Uncommitted
No. 3 Tristan Leigh, OT – Robinson (Fairfax, Virginia) – Uncommitted
No. 4 Nolan Rucci, OT – Warwick (Pennsylvania) – Uncommitted
No. 5 JC Latham, OT – IMG Academy (Florida) – Alabama
No. 6 Donovan Jackson, OG – Episcopal (Texas) – Ohio State
No. 7 Savion Byrd, OT – Duncanville (Texas) – Uncommitted
No. 8 Landon Tengwall, OT – Good Counsel (Maryland) – Penn State
No. 9 Terrence Ferguson, OG – Peach County (Georgia) – Uncommitted
No. 10 Rocco Spindlere, OG – Clarkston (Michigan) – Uncommitted
No. 11 Blake Fisher, OT – Avon (Indiana) – Notre Dame
No. 12 Micah Morris, OT – Camden County (Georgia) – Georgia
No. 13 Kingsley Suamataia, OT – Orem (Utah) – Uncommitted
No. 14 Bryce Foster, OG – Katy Taylor (Texas) – Uncommitted
No. 15 Giovanni El-Hadi, OT – Stevenson (Michigan) – Michigan
No. 16 Garrett Dellinger, OT – Clarkston (Michigan) – LSU
No. 17 Wyatt Milum, OT – Spring Valley (West Virginia) – West Virginia
No. 18 Bram Walden, OT – Saguaro (Arizona) – Oregon
No. 19 Marcus Tate, OG – University School (Fort Lauderdale, Florida) – Clemson
No. 20 Ben Christman, OG – Revere (Ohio) – Ohio State
No. 21 Jager Burton, OG – Frederick Douglass (Kentucky) – Uncommitted
No. 22 JP Benzschawel, OT – Grafton (Wisconsin) – Wisconsin
No. 23 Drew Kendall, OG – Noble and Greenough (Massachusetts) – Uncommitted
No. 24 Dylan Fairchild, OG – West Forsyth (Georgia) – Georgia
No. 25 David Davidkov, OT – New Trier (Illinois) – Iowa