Carson Beck, a number of elite quarterback prospects to visit UGA this week
Carson Beck made it known that he will be visiting Georgia this week. The 2020 quarterback commit will be attending one of Georgia’s summer camps and throwing in front of his future coaches.
Since picking the Bulldogs back in March, Beck has been a clear leader of the 2020 recruiting class, and made a handful of trips to Athens. He was in town for G-Day, which featured a number of high-priority targets for Georgia in the 2020 and 2021 class.
But Beck won’t be the only talented quarterback to do so.
I’ll be back in Athens this upcoming Tuesday and Wednesday 💯🤙🏻 #GoDawgs
— Carson Beck (@carsonbeck01) June 1, 2019
A number of highly touted 2021 and 2022 quarterback prospects will be attending Georgia this week. Among the biggest names to know is 2021 quarterback Caleb Williams. He rates as the No. 2 dual-threat quarterback for the 2021 cycle and comes from the Washington D.C. area.
He also announced his visit to Georgia using an iconic David Andrews gif. Andrews, now the center for the New England Patriots, took notice and tweeted back to Williams.
— Caleb Williams (@CALEBcsw) June 1, 2019
— David Andrews (@dandrews61) June 1, 2019
Georgia landed one commitment out of the Washington D.C. area in the 2020 class, as 5-star outside linebacker Mekhail Sherman also hails from that region of the country.
Another quarterback for Georgia fans to keep their eyes on is 2021 prospect Brock Vandargriff. DawgNation’s Jeff Sentell has written at length about Vandargriff before, detailing his decision-making process. Vandargriff is much closer to Athens, as he plays for Prince Avenue Christian School in Bogart, Ga.
Vandargriff announced that he will be releasing his top schools on Tuesday. Georgia is expected to be among those contenders for his services. Vandargriff rates as the No. 4 quarterback in the 2021 cycle and the No. 2 prospect in the state of Georgia for 2021.
— brock vandagriff 🌊 (@BrockVandagriff) June 2, 2019
AJ Henning and family rave about Georgia
One of the bigger 2020 targets visiting Georgia this weekend was 4-star wide receiver AJ Henning. He’s from Frankfort, Ill., and is rated as the state’s top player for the 2020 recruiting cycle as well as the being the No. 78 prospect in the country.
Henning and his family were visiting Georgia this weekend for his official visit. And based off some of the online chatter, it looks like things went very well for the Bulldogs.
— AJ H3nning (@AJHenning3) June 2, 2019
Henning’s mother also weighed in with a positive endorsement for the program.
— Sharika Jefferson (@mysonisabeast) June 3, 2019
Michigan and Notre Dame are considered the main competition for Henning. He will take his official visits to both those schools later this month. Henning is listed at 5-foot-10 and projects to the next level as a slot receiver.
Georgia already has a commitment from one wide receiver in the 2020 recruiting cycle in Justin Robinson. The 4-star prospect from McDonough, Ga., committed to the Bulldogs back in June. The Bulldogs are also in very good standing with Marcus Rosemy out of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Other visitors to Georgia this past weekend include 4-star guard Andrew Raym and 4-star offensive tackle Chad Lindberg. The Bulldogs also landed a commitment from over the weekend, as 4-star defensive tackle Warren Brinson rejoined the Georgia class. The Bulldogs now have 11 members in the 2020 recruiting class.
📍University of Georgia 📍#godawgs
— Andrew Raym7️⃣2️⃣ (@andrew_raymBAHS) June 1, 2019
— Chad Lindberg (@ChadLindberg78) June 2, 2019
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