UGA has 25 commits, and the Bulldogs can sign 31. I expect them to try to get as close to 31 as possible
@Bobby: DB Chris Williamson of Gainesville (Ga) will decide between Florida, Michigan, UNC and Cal tonight on FoxSports. He did visit Florida this weekend, and the Gators appear to be the school to beat. His high school coach at Gainesville was the head coach for Florida's new DC. So there's a trust factor there.
@Jmonty: I think he has the chance to be a good college player. I'm surprised there weren't many FBS schools after Marcus but maybe that had to do with not starting at RB until his junior year.
@Jmonty: I would say without a doubt this is Paul Johnson's best class if he can hold onto it one more week
@PhotoDave: I've heard Ware County High School is loaded. And their coach, Franklin Stephens, has a good relationship with Tech from when he coached at Tucker High School
@poofed: I don't know. I will have to check into it. There's 200 kids a year from Georgia that sign D1. UGA and Georgia Tech can't get them all.
Somebody asked a question about UGA flips coming ... sorry I accidentally deleted it. UGA has lost four recruits to other schools, but they've also flipped five from other schools. So UGA is ahead for right now
Looks like Georgia Tech will have 3 WRs in this class. And yes, I expect them to use every available scholarship for this class if it works out with Stewart
@wreckmaniac: Is there a recruiting question in there?
@Terry: That can't be anything BUT good news for UGA with Patrick Allen because everybody thought he was going to flip to Tennessee. But he delayed his decision. My guess is that Allen wants to see who UGA hires as the new OL coach, and would obviously want to meet him. I'm not saying Allen is coming back to UGA, but I think he could hear them out after the new hires
@Contractor1: That's a great question. Terry Godwin told me he will take official visits to Auburn on Jan. 16, Alabama on Jan. 23 and Texas A&M on Jan. 30. Out of those three, I would say that Alabama is clearly the most serious threat to UGA. Did you know that Godwin's offensive coordinator from high school is the brother of one of Alabama's top assistants (Napier)? So to your question: I think we'll have to wait until Godwin returns from the Alabama trip to know where this situation stands, but I feel good about UGA's chances at this point. I've felt good about UGA's chances since the Bulldogs signed his older sister to a basketball scholarship last summer. That might've sealed the deal. The Godwins seem to be a real close family