JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Carson Beck has his list.

The Georgia QB commit has been actively recruiting for the Bulldogs since he committed to the 2020 class back in March. He made sure to speak with and hang with a lot of them at G-Day, too.

His desire to help build the class is well-known. So when asked how he hopes will join him in the 2020 class in Athens, he pulled no punches.

He sees the commits stacking up at places like Alabama, Clemson and LSU. That is what helps motivate him.

The way he sees it, the fact that Georgia has a relatively low number of commitments right now is a benefit for the class. It offers flexibility.

Who does he hope to see join him in Athens? The reigning “Mr. Football” from the state of Florida put together a list of names that totaled up 24 stars.

Check out his answers in the video up above.

Carson Beck has already been working to help build the class at Georgia. (Jeff Sentell/DawgNation)/Dawgnation)

If all of those names eventually joined Georgia, it would definitely place the program among the nation’s top three classes for 2020 and it would give the program that momentum to stay there with other top targets.

Georgia currently has the nation’s No. 9 recruiting class on the well-respected 247Sports Team Composite ratings. The Bulldogs could climb even higher on Monday morning.

Darlington rising senior OT Tate Ratledge is set to make his decision on Monday morning. The nation’s No. 5 OT prospect is now down to Georgia and Tennessee.

If Ratledge opts in to protect Beck’s back on the Bulldog line, it would then push the 2020 class just past Florida State at No. 5 overall. That would be with just nine commits.

If that happens, then Georgia would be the only program in the top 5 with less than 14 total commits.