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WATCH: UGA great Terrence Edwards breaks down 4-star commit Makiya Tongue

What do you get when an all-time Georgia great breaks down the film of future Bulldog Makiya Tongue?

Did Terrence Edwards keep it real amid our “Reel Talk” on DawgNation? He sure did.

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Terrence Edwards joined DawgNation this week on “Before the Hedges” to break down 4-star UGA commit Makiya Tongue. (Brandon Adams/DawgNation)

At the risk of this blog intro sounding so corny that Del Monte would not even can it (hat tip to a childhood friend for that one), we will move on.

The DawgNation crew teamed up with the man who still owns all the UGA all-time and single-season receiving records worth having.

That’s despite playing his final season in 2002. Edwards still holds the records for:

  • Career receptions (204)
  • Single-season record for receiving yards (1,004)
  • Career receiving yards (3,093)
  • Most TD receptions in a game (3; 4-way tied for the all-time mark)
  • Single-season record for TD receptions (11; 2002)
  • Most career TD receptions (30)
  • Most receptions by a senior (59)

He offers up some interesting conversation in regard to Tongue. The 4-star prospect from Louisiana rates as the nation’s No. 8 ATH and the No. 209 overall prospect on the 247Sports Composite rankings.

RELATED: Check out the DawgNation Invasion profile for 4-star commit Makiya Tongue

Tongue – the son of former NFL veteran Reggie Tongue – does bring a diverse set of skills to the table. He’s fast and physical and the “Reel Talk” session in the featured video above does show off his ball skills.

The Louisana resident chose the Bulldogs on the day following the grand west end zone “Reveal” back on July 29. He’s part of the nation’s third-ranked recruiting class for 2019 on the 247Sports Team Composite rankings.

He will start out at WR at UGA, but who knows where his talents will take him from there. What does Edwards see out of what the young man flashes on film?

Click the featured video above.