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Recruitment Winners: First Half of July

Bez Jenkins, Atlanta Xpress

Jenkins has certainly emerged from out of nowhere over the past few weeks. He was very good to start the month at our Battle for Georgia and continued that on the UAA circuit last week. He's got great size and versatility in the backcourt and has shown the ability to score the ball from every level and has been aggressive looking for his offense. Kennesaw State, Tennessee Tech, and Jackson State have all offered in the last week.

Noah Melson, Atlanta All Stars

Melson's Division I recruitment has taken off in the last two weeks, and he has become one of the more popular recruits in Georgia among mid-major and low-major programs. He's got great size at 6-foot-6, has shown the ability to play both spots in the backcourt, and is very fluid with the ball in his hands. Since the start of the month, he's received offers from Mercer, Northern Kentucky, North Texas, Chattanooga, and Winthrop.

Anthony Robinson, Team Huncho

Size is always at a very high premium, and combine it with a rapidly developing skill set and the ability to play big and strong in the paint and you have what coaches are seeing in Robinson this summer. He has the physical tools that make you think he can come into a college program and contribute right away in some form or fashion. In the last week, he's received offers from Akron, Missouri State, Duquesne, St. Bonaventure, UIC, Boston Univ., USF, Saint Louis, & Coastal Carolina.

Coen Carr, Georgia Stars

Carr's athleticism and motor make him a highly attractive prospect and one of the most fun players to watch in the country. He can do things athletically that other players wouldn't even think of doing and it has high major programs taking notice. Since the start of July, he's been offered by NC State, UConn, LSU, and Pittsburgh.

Eddrin Bronson, Team Judah Nation

Bronson was on this list at the end of June, and his recruitment has continued to climb this month. He's such a reliable player on the offensive end to create opportunities and score the ball at a very high level. He's a go-to guy and always seems to step up in big moments. Since the start of the month, he's received offers from Furman, James Madison, Brown, and New Orleans.

Sean Cusano, Atlanta Timberwolves

Cusano was a top performer at the Battle for Georgia at the beginning of the month, and he transitioned that into the last couple of weeks. He's got a skill level you don't see often from a player that stands 6-foot-9, and it is showing in his play and the attention he's receiving from college programs. His recruitment has jumped into the Division I level, with his first D1 offers from Missouri State and Navy.

Dylan Faulkner, Atlanta All Stars

Faulkner is starting to become one of the more popular frontcourt options in Georgia among mid-major and low-major programs. He's got great size and athleticism and always brings a big time motor and the ability to finish above the rim and hit the glass hard. In the past week, he's received offers from Wofford, Morehead State, Samford, Drexel, Gardner Webb, and Stetson.


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