Where every Georgia football 2020 commit and signee finished in final recruiting rankings

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Kendall Milton is one of the top players in Georgia's class.

With 247sports releasing their final rankings of the 2020 recruiting cycle, the 2020 recruiting rankings have been given one less update for this cycle. The 247Sports Composite rankings have been re-updated and Georgia will once again be bringing in one of the top classes in the country.

With a little over a week until National Signing Day, Georgia has the No. 2 class in the country per the 247Sports Composite, sitting just behind Alabama. The Bulldogs have four 247Sports Composite 5-star prospects, which is the second-most in the country. Only Clemson has more.

And the Bulldogs aren’t done yet with their 2020 recruiting class, as the Bulldogs still have room to add players to their top-class ahead of signing day, such as bringing in another talented running back like either 5-star prospect Zach Evans or 4-star prospect Daijun Edwards. Look for Georgia to possibly add another defensive back as well to the class.

Below you can find the recruiting rankings for each Georgia football signee, committed recruit and a possible target for the 2020 class.

Georgia football 2020 signees recruiting rankings

*Denotes prospect has already enrolled

Georgia football 2020 commits recruiting rankings

Georgia football 2020 signees and commits rankings in chart form

* Denotes Early Enrollee, **Denotes player is a commit but not yet signed

DawgNation’s Jeff Sentell offers his quick-hitters on latest recruiting rankings

  • Burton falls to No. 15 WR is likely a byproduct of missing the A-A game. That is of no concern to this fella. No. 81 overall.
  • Smith rises to the No. 9 WR nationally. No. 58 overall.
  • Ringo rises to the nation’s No. 4 overall prospect
  • Darnell Washington falls to No. 23 overall
  • Kimber rises to No. 8 corner
  • Sherman loses a star and falls to No. 32 overall. Still the nation’s No. 2 OLB.
  • Van Pran-Granger rises to the nation’s No. 1 center and No. 59 overall prospect. Rises some 50-something slots.
  • Bulldogs move up to No. 2 nationally in the 247Sports Team Composite ratings. Behind Alabama. Now ahead of Clemson.

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