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UGA recruiting: Look for at least six elite 5-stars in Sanford Stadium today

I Want to attack every day with the latest UGA football recruiting info? That’s what the Intel brings at least four days a week. This play sheet offers up a glance at the list of visitor’s this weekend for the SEC East clash with Tennessee. 

The tilt with Tennessee today shapes up as the biggest recruiting weekend of the year for the Bulldogs. Easily. The only other game weekend on the slate that should surpass it will be Auburn.

What will the guest list look like for this weekend? There will be plenty of young prospects with and without offers.

DawgNation has had a constantly-updated guest list up all week on its message board forum. There is also a recent picture of almost every big-name visitor that will be in town today. 

Here’s a quick roll call of the major targets with offers who will in town today:

  • 1 official visitor (Nation’s No. 3 safety Lewis Cine previews his OV)
  • At least six prospects with a 5-star rating
  • 14 prospects who rate among the Top 10 prospects for their position (247Sports composite)
  • 12 Top 100 prospects
  • 9 UGA commits for 2019 (6 making their first game visit of 2018)
  • 4 UGA commits attending their first regular season game inside Sanford Stadium
  • 1 UGA commit for 2020

Check out the big UGA recruiting list in town today

What does that list look like? Check out those big names and their ratings below. The ratings specified are culled from the trusted 247Sports composite ratings.

This is a listing of the major prospects in town today who hold a UGA offer or are visiting from out-of-state to see the Bulldogs for the second time.

Please be advised that this list will change. It always does. Usually for the better with this coaching staff.

The 2019 UGA commits

  • Jadon Haselwood/5-star WR/Cedar Grove HS/Ellenwood, Ga. – Nation’s No. 1 WR and No. 3 overall
  • Travon Walker/5-star WR/Upson-Lee HS/Thomaston, Ga. — Nation’s No. 2 DT and No. 22 overall
  • John Emery Jr./5-star RB/Destrehan HS/Destrehan, La. — Nation’s No. 2 RB and No. 25 overall
  • Dominick Blaylock/5-star WR/Walton HS/Marietta, Ga. — Nation’s No. 6 WR and No. 31 overall
  • Rian Davis/4-star LB/Wekiva HS/Apopka, Fla. — Nation’s No. 4 LB and No. 67 overall
  • Trezmen Marshall/4-star LB/Clinch County HS/Homerville, Ga. — Nation’s No.6 ILB and No. 98 overall
  • Bill Norton/4-star strong-side DE/Christian Brothers/Memphis, Tenn. — No. 11 SDE and No. 128 overall
  • Jermaine Johnson/4-star OLB/Independence CC/Independence, Kan. — No. 2 JUCO DE and No. 2 overall
  • Ryland Goede/4-star TE/Kennesaw Mountain/Kennesaw, Ga. — No. 6 TE and No. 173 overall

Other 2019 targets

  • Clay Webb/5-star OL/ Oxford HS/ Oxford, Ala. /Nation’s No. 1 C
  • Lewis Cine/4-star S/Trinity Christian/Cedar Hill, Tex. — No. 3 safety and No. 59 overall (OFFICIAL)
  • Justin Eboigble/4-star DE/Forest Park/Forest Park, Ga. — No. 10 SDE and No. 125 overall (Bama commit)
  • Kenyatta Watson II/4-star CB/Grayson/Loganville, Ga. — No. 19 CB and No. 168 overall (Texas commit)
  • Devin Bush/4-star DB/Edna Karr/New Orleans, La. — No. 24 CB and No. 220 overall

2020 UGA commit

  • Nazir Stackhouse/4-star DT/Stephenson/Stone Mountain, Ga — No. 13 DT and No. 169 overall

Notable 2020 and 2021 targets

  • Myles Murphy/5-star SDE/Hillgrove HS/Powder Springs, Ga. — Nation’s No. 2 SDE and No. 15 overall
  • Tate Ratledge/4-star OT/Darlington School/Rome, Ga. — Nation’s No. 5 OT and No. 44 overall
  • B.J. Ojulari/4-star WDE/Marietta HS/Marietta, Ga. — Nation’s No. 5 WDE and No. 73 overall
  • Cooper Mays/3-star OC/Knoxville Catholic/Knoxville, Tenn. — Nation’s No. 4 C and No. 514 overall
  • Justin Robinson/Unrated WR/Eagles Landing Christian/McDonough, Ga. — UGA offered on Aug. 29
  • Shedeur Sanders/Unrated QB/Trinity Christian/Cedar Hill Tex. — The son on NFL legend Deion Sanders

 

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