• #51 by jbcarol on 13 Dec 2016
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  • Michael Carvell ‏@Michael_Carvell 41m41 minutes ago

    UGA’s mammoth-sized offensive line class could be a program cornerstone

    Georgia’s starting offensive line had an average weight of 295 pounds, the smallest in the SEC. That doesn’t fly with Chaney’s power run, as was so evident this season. Sam Pittman and the rest of the coaches recruiting linemen have started to rectify this deficiency with commits from the likes of 4-star prospect Andrew Thomas (310 pounds), 4-star recruit Netori Johnson (348), 3-star talent Justin Shaffer (356) and 4-star prospect D’Antne Demery (319). With the addition of the 320-pound Hayes, an offensive line featuring those giants would weigh an average of 330 pounds, almost 15 pounds more than the biggest line in the SEC this season. That’s not even mentioning still uncommitted Pace Academy 4-star target Jamaree Salyer, who seems a good bet to play between the hedges.

    And Georgia could still get bigger on the offensive line. MUCH bigger. Five-star offensive tackle Isaiah Wilson (6-7, 350 pounds) took his official visit to Georgia last weekend and announced shortly after that he is moving his planned decision date from Christmas Day to Dec. 16. Michigan and Alabama have been Nos. 1 and 2 for Wilson throughout most of the process, but it seems like a good sign for Georgia that he moved up the date.
  • #53 by jbcarol on 16 Dec 2016

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    “I saw the class that they built,” Wilson said. “I was around the guys during my official visit. Everything just clicked. It seemed like we knew each other for forever. We are definitely going to do something special over the next 3-4 years.”
  • #54 by jbcarol on 30 Dec 2016
  • '17 .954 Vidalia Comphrehensive ILB Nate McBride gave a verbal to UGa
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  • '17 .859 James Clemens ILB Monty Rice gave a verbal to UGa
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  • '17 .934 Terrell Co. ATH Tray Bishop gave a verbal to UGa
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  • '17 .98 Grayson safety DeAngelo Gibbs gave a verbal to UGa.
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  • Michael Carvell ‏@Michael_Carvell 1m1 minute ago

    Who are the biggest sleepers in UGA’s Class of 2017?

    Georgia’s class is loaded, and there isn’t a player in it who wouldn’t be immediately snatched up by some of the biggest programs in the country. But there is a recency bias in recruiting. Players who committed recently are fresher on the mind and typically higher regarded than guys who have been sewn up a while... the gaggle of players at the top of all the recruiting rankings and playing in the national all-star games — like Richard LeCounte III, Jake Fromm and Isaiah Wilson — get a bit more pub...

    The following group are the players who have been forgotten in the recruiting shuffle. They’re either ranked in the bottom half of the class, committed long ago or both. But they’re all guys I think can make major contributions when they get to Athens.


    1) Jaden Hunter, LB — Hunter has been a UGA commit longer than anyone in this class sans LeCounte...

    2) Trey Blount, WR — Dawgs are hurting at receiver, so every player who signs at that position is going to have a chance to play...

    3) William Poole III, CB — Georgia has been lights out recruiting the secondary this year, but most of the attention has gone to LeCounte, DeAngelo Gibbs and Tray Bishop...

    4) Matt Landers, WR — Landers is a far different receiver from Blount and any other wideout currently in UGA’s class. Although he is the lowest-rated player in UGA’s class ... size.

    5) Justin Shaffer, OG — It goes to show you just how good UGA’s offensive line recruiting is that a mammoth-sized, 6-5, 35o-pound guard is considered a sleeper
  • #59 by jbcarol on 25 Jan 2017

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    Telegraph’s top 25 recruits in Georgia and where they are headed to college:

    1. Richard LeCounte, S, Liberty County, Georgia

    2. Aubrey Solomon, DT, Lee County, undecided

    3. Davis Mills, QB, Greater Atlanta Christian, Stanford

    4. Andrew Thomas, T, Pace Academy, Georgia

    5. Jake Fromm, QB, Houston County, Georgia

    6. AJ Terrell, CB, Westlake, Clemson

    7. Xavier McKinney, S, Roswell, Alabama

    8. Deangelo Gibbs, S, Grayson, Georgia

    9. Netori Johnson, G, Cedar Grove, Georgia

    10. Jamyest Williams, CB, Grayson, South Carolina

    11. Malik Herring, DE, Mary Persons, Georgia

    12. Tray Bishop, CB, Terrell County, Georgia

    13. Robert Beal, DE, Peachtree Ridge, Georgia

    14. Jaden Hunter, LB, Westlake, Georgia

    15. Jeremiah Holloman, WR, Newton, Georgia

    16. Trey Sermon, RB, Sprayberry, Oklahoma

    17. William Poole III, CB, Hapeville Christian, Georgia

    18. Markaviest Bryant, DE, Crisp County, undecided

    19. Leonard Warner, LB, Brookwood, undecided

    20. Nate McBride, LB, Vidalia, Georgia

    21. LeAnthony Williams, CB, Roswell, Clemson

    22. MJ Webb, DE, Morgan County, South Carolina

    23. Walter Grant, LB, Cair, Georgia

    24. Chase Brice, QB, Grayson, Clemson

    25. DeeJay Dallas, ATH, Brunswick, Miami
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  • Numbers are working out for Smart.

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  • '18 Champagnat Catholic - Hialeah 3-star ILB Donovan Georges gave a verbal to UG.
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  • #69 by jbcarol on 19 Feb 2017

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    He becomes the third member of Georgia’s 2019 class, joining 5-star defensive end Nolan Smith and 4-star offensive tackle Luke Grffin. That’s as many prospects as the Bulldogs currently hold in their 2018 class.
  • #70 by jbcarol on 10 Mar 2017

  • Georgia lands commitment from in-state Jadon Haselwood, No. 2-ranked WR in 2019

    Cedar Grove star is a part of the Class of 2019, currently garners a five-star rating from 247 Sports, and is the fourth member of Georgia’s Class of 2019, joining fellow five-star Nolan Smith, a defensive end from IMG Academy, four-star offensive tackle Luke Griffin and currently unrated defensive tackle Rashad Cheney.
  • #71 by jbcarol on 10 Mar 2017

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    Sentell has confirmed through Wray’s father, Sam, that the 4-star offensive tackle has backed off his commitment to Georgia.

    It comes a day after he and his younger brother, 2020 recruit Jake Wray, visited Alabama. The Wray’s also visited Clemson on Friday.

    Bulldogs now have just two commitments for their 2018 class in 4-star OLB Adam Anderson and 3-star LB Donovan Georges.

  • #72 by jbcarol on 19 Apr 2017
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  •  Michael Carvell‏ @Michael_Carvell 12m12 minutes ago

    BREAKING: UGA lands a commitment from the nation’s No. 1 kicker in Jake Camarda
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    Hapeville Charter’s Christopher Smith committed to UGA on Monday. Smith, a 3-star cornerback prospect in the Class o' '18.

    Smith becomes the second commitment for the Bulldogs in the last 10 days. Jake Carmada, one of the nation’s top-ranked punter and kicker prospects in 2018, also chose UGA on G-Day.
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  • Georgia’s recruiting class swelled to three on Wednesday night. Jaevon Becton, a 3-star DE from Virginia Beach

    He has been recruited to be a hybrid outside linebacker

    Becton had offers from North Carolina State, Maryland, Syracuse, West Virginia and Virginia Tech. He joins 4-star CB Chris Smith II and 2-star punter Jake Camarda in the UGA class.
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  • TEU?
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