These are the best highlight packages from UGA’s Class of 2017

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Richard LeCounte III has one of the best highlight packages in UGA's class.

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I’m going to let you in on some inside baseball: I write this post late at night before it goes up, not the morning of. (Hello from the past!) The reason this is relevant today is because it’s signing day.

Signing day happens at a lightning pace. By the time you read this, faxes will be rolling in and a few undecided prospects will have already made their decisions. So, there isn’t much analysis or commentary I can provide that won’t be old or irrelevant by, uhm, right now.

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Regardless of what happens over the next 12 or so hours, Georgia has one of the best classes in the country. In his first full recruiting cycle, Kirby Smart probably has the best class this program has landed in decades. The talent in this group could be a cornerstone for years of sustained success. Of course, there still is work to be done to achieve that. (And we’ll talk a lot about that in the future.) But Wednesday should be a happy one for Georgia fans.

I’ve compiled the top 10 highlight packages from players in Georgia’s class, in no particular order. (Apologies if one of these guys unexpectedly defects by the time you read this.) Go through this list and you’ll see the future of the program is in very capable hands:

Richard LeConte III, DB, 5-10.5/174

D’Andre Swift, RB, 5-9/222

Jake Fromm, QB, 6-1/229

Robert Beal, DE, 6-3.5/230

Isaiah Wilson, OT, 6-7/350

Nate McBride, ILB, 6-1/223

Jeremiah Holloman, WR, 6-2/195

DeAngelo Gibbs, DB, 6-2/204

Mark Webb, WR, 6-2/195

Malik Herring, DE, 6-3.5/265

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