Recruiting: Offensive lineman Shadre Hurst commits to Tulane
Offensive lineman Shadre Hurst, a player we profiled last week as one Tulane had targeted for the 2022 class, has committed to the Green Wave.
100% committed! Rollwave!🌊 @GeepWade @coachfreeman_3 @McphersonShane @CartersvilleFB @Coach_Seabolt @CoachCandela99 @CHSHurricaneFB @GreenWaveFB @coachemupchat @NwGaFootball pic.twitter.com/LBoGesd64x
— Shadre Hurst (@Shadrehurst) January 31, 2022
The 6-foot-2, 260 pounder could project as a center or guard. It’s also possible that he could get a look at H-Back or fullback due to his athleticism and aggressiveness.
The Cartersville, Georgia product considered offers from UMass, Chattanooga and Washington State. Hurst holds a 3.93 GPA.
He has an outstanding wrestling background, having earned state runnerup honors in the 285-pound class. He holds a record of 14-2 this year with 12 pins on the mat.
Due in part to the wrestling experience, Hurst plays with good leverage, balance and strength. He gets to second level and blocks with good finishing form.
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