The RSVPs for G-Day on Saturday continue to roll in.
Georgia coaches should expect to see a healthy contingent of major targets for the 2019 and 2020 cycles on Saturday. It also will be interesting to check on which emerging players in the classes of 2021 and 2022 will be there.
Mycah Pittman, the son of NFL veteran Michael Pittman, is flying cross-country from Calabasas, Calif., to be there. He rates as the nation’s No. 8 receiver prospect for 2019, and he has said he expects to cross several time zones to play college ball.
The top of the 2019 big board also will be represented at G-Day by 4-star Upson-Lee (Thomaston, Ga.) defensive tackle Travon Walker, who ranks on the 247Sports composite as the No. 3 player nationally at his position.
Georgia also will host 5-star defensive end Bryan Bresee (Damascus, Md.) for the second time in two months. Bresee is the nation’s No. 1 overall prospect for 2020.
Look for almost all of the 2019 commits to be in Athens, too. There also will be a special moment where almost all of the nation’s top-rated recruiting 2018 class will be introudced to the crowd at Sanford Stadium, too. That will be quite the photo op at halftime.
So who’s coming? Check out the officially unofficial list from DawgNation.
2019 UGA commits
(all ratings from the 247Sports composite)
- 5-star WR Jadon Haselwood (Cedar Grove HS/Ellenwood, Ga.) — nation’s No. 1 WR
- 5-star OLB Nolan Smith (IMG Academy/Bradenton, Fla.) — nation’s No. 2 OLB
- 5-star WR Dominick Blaylock (Walton HS/Marietta, Ga.) — nation’s No. 2 WR
- 4-star SDE Bill Norton (Christian Brothers/Memphis, Tenn.) — nation’s No. 10 SDE
- 4-star CB Jalen Perry (Dacula HS/Dacula, Ga.) — nation’s No. 14 CB
- 4-star LB J.D. Bertrand (Blessed Trinity/Roswell, Ga.) — nation’s No. 15 OLB
2019 uncommitted targets
- 4-star S Lewis Cine (Trinity Christian/Cedar Hill, Texas) — nation’s No. 3 S
- 4-star WR Mycah Pittman (Calabasas, Calabasas, Calif.) — nation’s No. 8 WR
- 4-star DT Travon Walker (Upson Lee/ Thomaston, Ga.) — nation’s No. 3 DT
- 4-star DL Derick “Rambo” Hunter (Dunbar/Fort Myers, Fla.) — nation’s No. 14 SDE (projects at DT)
- 4-star ATH Trezman Marshall (Clinch Co./Homerville, Ga.) — nation’s No. 9 ATH (projects at ILB)
- 4-star DT Jaelin Humphries (Mountain View/Lawrenceville, Ga.) — nation’s No. 13 DT
- 4-star S Cortez Andrews (Amos P. Godby/Tallahassee, Fla.) — nation’s No. 19 S
- 4-star S Jalyn Phillips (Archer High School/Lawrenceville, Ga.) — nation’s No. 29 S
- 4-star ATH Jammie Robinson (Crisp County/Cordele, Ga.) — nation’s No. 34 ATH
- 4-star ATH Christian Harris (University Lab/Baton Rouge, La.) — nation’s No. 15 ATH
- 3-star S Kyle Hamilton (Marist/Atlanta) — nation’s No. 79 S
- 3-star SDE Colby Wooden (Archer/Lawrenceville, Ga.) — nation’s No. 30 SDE
- *Unrated WR Ali Jennings (Highland Springs/Highland Springs, Va.)
- *Unrated K Ryan Fitzgerald (Colquitt County/Moultrie, Ga.)
- 5-star DE Bryan Bresee (Damascus/Damascus, Md.) — nation’s No. 1 overall prospect
- 4-star WR Jermaine Burton (Marietta HS/Marietta, Ga.) — Miami commit
- 4-star DT Jamil Burroughs (McEachern HS/Powder Springs, Ga.)
- 4-star DE Andy Boykin (Troup County, LaGrange, Ga.) — Auburn commit and nation’s No. 9 SDE
- 4-star DE Jacolbe Cowan (Providence Day/Charlotte, N.C.) — nation’s No. 3 SDE and No. 37 overall
- 4-star OLB B.J. Ojulari (Marietta HS/Marietta, Ga.) — nation’s No. 5 weak-side DE
- 4-star RB Daijun Edwards (Colquitt County/Moultrie, Ga.)
- 4-star OT Paul Tchio (Milton HS/Alpharetta, Ga.) — nation’s No. 18 OT
- *Unrated DE Demon Clowney (St. Frances/Baltimore) — second cousin of NFL’s Jadeveon Clowney
- *3-star OT Trey Zimmerman (Roswell HS/Roswell, Ga.)
- *Unrated OT Javion Cohen (Central-Phenix City HS/Phenix City, Ala.)
- *Unrated WR Julian Nixon (Centennial HS/Roswell, Ga.)
- *Unrated WR Dacori Collins (Woodward Academy/College Park, Ga.)
- *Unrated OG Weston Franklin (Wayne County HS/Jesup, Ga.)
Note: DawgNation will add to this list as the day goes by on Friday.