Want to attack every day with the latest Georgia football recruiting info? That’s what the Intel will bring at least five days a week. The play sheet today calls for a quick check-in on 5-star rising junior DE Bryan Bresee. He will be at G-Day on April 21.
Good on good. Iron on iron. That’s how the best football players get better.
His best time in the 40-yard dash has been right at 4.9 seconds. He also came up with a 32-inch vertical jump. He was still a quarterback in middle school and he still has that sort of athleticism even though he now rates as the nation’s No. 1 strongside defensive end.
Bryan Bresee outlook for the next few months
Bresee just visited Notre Dame last week. He’ll be in Athens on G-Day, but this is likely just the early legwork for his decision.
Five-star defensive end Bryan Bresee ranks as the nation’s No.1 overall prospect for 2020 per 247Sports. (Bryan Bresee/Courtesy)
“I liked it a lot,” Bresee said of his UGA visit back in March. “Coach [Tray] Scott is a really good coach. I’m excited to see the game atmosphere down there.”
He won’t start narrowing down his top schools until sometime this fall.
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His name can usually trip up a lot of folks. It is actually pronounced “BRA-ZEE” by those who don’t want to draw a flag for flubbing the 5-star prospect’s first name.
4-star DT C.J. Clark has UGA in his top 5
Let’s imagine the UGA big board for 2019 as something akin to the game show Jeopardy for a quick minute.
There could almost be a full category labeled “North Carolina defensive tackles” for this cycle. There’s Josh Harris (4 stars), C.J. Clark (4 stars) and Derek Green (3 stars). Tar Heel State D-tackles occupy three of the 18 offers the Bulldogs have made at the position.
The Bulldogs have only offered three defensive tackles from Georgia this year.
Harris rates No. 14 overall at the position. Clark comes in at No. 20 and Green rates No. 41 on the 247Sports composite standard for 2019. Those relationships with Georgia have all been tended to over the years by Scott.