SEC Country’s Offensive Recruit of the Week: UGA QB commit Jacob Eason
Every Sunday, SECCountry.com will unveil its offensive and defensive recruits of the week based on their weekend performance. In order to qualify, recruits must have at least two SEC offers. This week’s SECCountry.com Offensive Recruit of the Week honors goes to Jacob Eason, a UGA QB commit.
SECCountry.com’s Offensive Recruit of the Week: Jacob Eason
Jacob Eason gets the nod for SEC Country’s Offensive Recruit of the Week honors following an impressive performance this past Friday night. The nation’s No. 2 quarterback in the country put up some impressive numbers. He finished the game 14-of-18 with 321 yards and four touchdown passes. Of note: Eason also boomed a punt 46 yards.
On the season, Eason is 69 of 94, has 1,346 yards and 14 touchdowns. The most impressive stat of them all? Zero interceptions.
“I think my team and I went out and performed pretty well,” Eason told the AJC’s SECCountry.com. “My receivers caught all their passes in the pouring rain and my offensive line held their blocks, giving me plenty of time. Our defense held them to a shutout and it doesn’t get much better than that. Overall, it was a great team win.”
Eason will enroll at UGA in January.
Check out highlights of his performance here:
Best of the Rest
WR D.D. Bowie, Morton, Miss. (committed to Alabama): The 4-star wide receiver from Morton High School had 217 yards rushing on 13 carries and four touchdowns, via Courtney Cronin of the Clarion Ledger. Bowie is rated the nation’s No. 12 receiver in the class of 2017.
RB Rakeem Boyd, Houston, Texas (committed to Texas A&M): The 3-star running back from Stratford High School rushed for 175 yards and scored three touchdowns, per Brian Perroni of 247Sports. Boyd committed to Texas A&M this past August.
ATH Deejay Dallas, Brunswick, Ga. (committed to Georgia): Dallas recently switched to quarterback for Glynn Academy, and the results are paying off for the 2017 athlete. The UGA commit rushed for 186 yards and scored three touchdowns, per Mike Morrison of Jacksonville.com.
RB J.K. Dobbins, La Grange, Texas (undecided): The 4-star running back rushed for 217 yards and scored three touchdowns on 20 carries. He also had three receptions for 73 yards, per Brian Perroni of 247Sports. In an interview last month with 247Sports.com’s Taylor Hamm, Dobbins said he could see himself fitting in with Texas A&M’s offense.
RB Ty Chandler, Nashville, Tennessee (undecided): The 4-star running back from Montgomery Bell Academy rushed for 201 yards and scored five touchdowns on 17 carries, per Cecil Joyce of the Tennessean. In a recent interview with 247Sports.com’s Ryan Callahan, Chandler said Tennessee was emerging as one of his early favorite schools.
ATH Malcolm Askew, McAdory, Ala. (undecided): Askew flashed on both sides of the ball in McAdory’s 41-35 win over Bessemer High School (Ala.). The 4-star uncommitted prospect had five receptions for 145 yards and a touchdown. He also recorded five tackles and an interception. Askew was in attendance for the UGA-Alabama game over the weekend. He lists UGA as his No. 1 school.
RB Devwah Whaley, Beaumont, Texas (undecided): Whaley rushed for 198 yards and scored three touchdowns, per Bernews.com. He is considering UGA, Texas A&M and Oklahoma. There have been reports that he may have silently committed to UGA.