Gwinnett Scores
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Latest Commitments

Gwinnett currently has 34 seniors who have committed to further their education and play football on the next level. The most recent commitments are Norcross DE JB Kouassi to Georgia Southern, Parkview K Eric Autry to Air Force, Grayson LB Mohamed Barry to Kansas State, Norcross OL D’Andre Plantin to Virginia Tech, Mountain View ATH Kielan Whitner to Appalachian State, Dacula ATH Jacque Evangelister to Furman, and GAC ATH Micah Abernathy to Tennessee.

JB Kouassi committed to the Georgia Southern Eagles over offers from Middle Tennessee State, Ball State, Appalachian State, and Georgia State. He is an athletic DE with the ability to play OLB. He will join his former Blue Devil teammate OL Ryan Northrup who signed with the eagles last year.

Parkview Kicker Eric Autry made his announcement the evening of November 10th via twitter “It is a great honor to say I just committed to the greatest leadership school in the world, Air Force Academy.” Prokicker.com ranks has Eric ranked as the #7 Kicker in the class of 2015.

Barry committed to Wisconsin back in June, but he recently made the decision to decommit and open up his recruitment. Mohamed took an official visit to Kansas State on November 1st, and was impressed enough to make the decision to commit to the Wildcats.

D’Andre has the measurables to be a dominate force for the Hokies. The 6-5, 277-pound offensive lineman chose Virginia Tech over offers from Cincinatti, Virginia, Illinois, Georgia Southern and others. Plantin also played defensive tackle in 2013 and recorded 59 tackles and 3 sacks.

Kielan Whitner chose the Mountaineers over Harvard, Marshall,Georgia State, and others. Appalachian State will give Kielan the opportunity to play defensive back or wide receiver. Whitner joins the Mountaineers first 2015 commit QB from Mill Creek Daniel David.

The speedy explosive DB/RB Evangelister chose Furman over Air Force, Army, and Presbyterian. When asked why he chose Furman by soconrecruiting.com he said “Furman is right for me because it has more opportunities present than just a good football team. A good football team can grow from anywhere but a great university that supplies a family, & supports the rate of individual growth that Furman does is much harder to come by.”

Micah Abernathy had offers from schools all over the country, but he chose the University of Tennessee and Head Coach Butch Jones. Jones coached Abernathy’s older brother Ralph at Cincinnati.

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