Norland Vikings Wide Receiver Blake Veargis has made his decision. He has committed to Georgia State over Kansas, Arizona, Virginia, Arizona State, Bowling Green and other schools. He announced his commitment via Twitter on the fourth of July.
In covering Blake Veargis’ recruitment back when he was a junior at Monsignor Pace High School in Miami, he had no scholarships but was still hungry to earn all the offers he went on to receive.
The Georgia State Panthers were not in his top 10 list he made back in June but impressed him enough for him to become a part of their 2018 class.
— Blake Veargis1️⃣2️⃣ (@BVeargis) July 4, 2017
With his commitment, Georgia State has their second commitment of July, first wide receiver and third offensive player. Georgia State is now ranked No.6 in the Sun Belt Conference for the 2018 recruiting class.
He will be a good addition to their 2018 class as they had a losing season last year and look to improve overall and in the Sun Belt Conference next season. Even though he won’t be able to make an impact with the Panthers until after next season, he can see what his future program will be able to do before he gets there.
Committing on the fourth of July, he can now celebrate another moment with family and friends as he has found a college football home.
The 5-foot-11, 160 pound, wide receiver has proven he can make big plays on film and as a senior with Norland Vikings fans should hope for an improved offense with him on the field.
Now that Blake Veargis has ended his recruiting process, will he crack 1,000 receiving yards and have 10+ touchdowns with the Norland Vikings? Time will tell.