While Georgia doesn’t have a ton of remaining space with a 23-member class already lined up for 2017, Kirby Smart is finding ways to add talent without compromising the scholarship limits.
Thursday, the Bulldogs picked up a commitment from preferred walk-on kicker Brooks Buce and Sunday, Georgia added Shiloh High School outside linebacker and defensive end Kolby Wyatt as a walk-on.
— Kolby (@kingkolby_) January 29, 2017
Wyatt was a first-year player at Shiloh as a senior, so there’s a chance that the Georgia staff could tap into an incredibly raw player and get some real production out of the walk-on.
Georgia’s 2017 class currently ranks 3rd nationally behind only Alabama and Ohio State. The class contains two players projected at outside linebacker — 4-stars Jaden Hunter and Walter Grant — and two player at defensive end — 4-stars Robert Beal and Malik Herring.