Recruiting Break Down - Analyzing Georgia's 2012 Class

DE J. Jenkins & OT J. Theus Highlight the 2012 Dawgs

1... 2... 3... Breathe. 

That is how I spent a lot of my time Wednesday morning. As the letters of intent rolled in, the remaining Georgia targets began to make their announcements. One by one, guys like JaQuay Williams, Brandon Greene, Patterson, and Avery Young decided to head places other than Athens. 

Add in the spectacle of the Josh Harvey-Clemons commitment, and you've got a lot of Dawg fans with high blood pressure.

Signing Day Central 2012

JHC Chose UGA - No LOI Yet

Here we are - FINALLY! 


We will continue to add all of Georgia's commitments as their LOI's roll in. Below, we have a list of Georgia's top uncommitted targets with their announcement time, my prediction, and their school of choice as they roll in. Georgia has 17 total commits & are looking at 7 top targets. That gives Georgia room for any "surprise" commitments.

The page will continue to be updated throughout the day to reflect any changes in Georgia's 2012 recruiting class.

Examining Georgia's Most Needed Recruit

OL Avery Young could be the key recruit

As we head into Wednesday, I have started thinking back on the season and how, actually, surprisingly good it really was. Sure, we had two bookend losses, and we need a ton of work, but - after 2010 - the 2011 season was definitely the start of an upswing.

Dawgs Get Critical Commitment

ATH Sheldon Dawson is UGA's 17th Commit

With Signing Day right around the corner, not many were expecting a big commitment like Georgia got today.

The Dawgs landed 3-star ATH Sheldon Dawson from Memphis, TN. Dawson was a huge get for the Georgia Bulldogs because with a upper-class heavy defensive secondary and no DB's committed, it was important the Dogs got Dawson to switch from Memphis to Georgia. However, it was Dawson's versatility that really had the Bulldog coaches drooling.

Updating Chances with UGA's Remaining Targets

JaQuay Williams could jump to UGA

Here we are - just one week away from Signing Day. As we approach the close of the recruiting season, Georgia is looking to fill its class with some really, really good players.

As we stand here today, I thought we'd look at a few of Georgia's remaining targets, look at their upcoming schedule, and give you my updated thoughts - based on reports around the UGA-beat and what I hear.

WR JaQuay Williams (Sandy Creek HS - GA)

Blogging On My Mind - Goals, Recruiting, & More

Why... hello there. So nice to see all of you again.

Sorry about the lack of updates lately, but I am going through some ideas to try and make the blog better for everyone. Here are some of the things I am looking at:

Looking at Georgia's Remaining Targets

Harvey-Clemons is Georgia's Top Target

With National Signing Day right around the corner, it is important for Georgia to finish strong and get some quality guys to round out an already good class. 

Gurley Makes Big Jump in Rankings

Gurley's Rise is the Biggest Jump in Rivals' History

First off, if you are not subscribed to, you really should be. They do some great reporting and are some of the best when it comes to covering Georgia sports. 

If you're not a Rivals subscriber, then you may not have heard, but the new Rivals 100 (top 100 players in the nation) has 5 UGA commitments on the list. has the scoop:

Bad Press & Over-Signing

Justin Taylor - The Face of the 25-Rule

A lot was made about the AJC story about Justin Taylor being the first "casualty" of the 25-signee limit in college football.

The long-time Alabama commit (he was the 7th to commit in his class) was told recently by an Alabama coach that he would not be able to sign with Alabama this year, but could come in as an early enrollee in the 2013 class. The reason? Alabama has 27 guys committed, so they had to tell someone no. That person just so happened to be the guy who was the 7th commit in the 2012 class, but tore his ACL and missed his senior season.


Big Day for Bulldogs - Gurley Chooses UGA & More

Friday the 13th is usually a bad day for most - well, only if you're in Clemson, SC or a writer for Palmetto Sports:

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