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UGA WR Justin Robinson had a chance to participate in UGA practices ahead of the Sugar Bowl.

An early enrollee has apparently already made an impression at UGA

Brandon Adams

Georgia football fans are counting down to the end of the 2020 recruiting cycle on National Signing Day, and DawgNation is chronicling all the buildup with the Signing Day Spotlight — presented by Kroger. Each day, host Brandon Adams will recap the big news for UGA fans from around the recruiting trail as the Bulldogs attempt to once again assemble one of the country’s top classes. On this edition of the Signing Day Spotlight, BA shares details of how four-star wide receiver signee Justin Robinson has apparently already made an impression at UGA.

An early enrollee has apparently already made an impression at UGA

One of the most-prolific players in Georgia football history has high hopes for a UGA newcomer.

Former Bulldogs wide receiver Terrence Edwards recently joined DawgNation Daily to evaluate UGA’s 2020 receiver signees, and what Edwards said about one of the early enrollees, former four-star prospect Justin Robinson, is the subject of this edition of the Signing Day Spotlight (video linked below).

Edwards left quite a legacy at UGA. He remains the program’s all-time leader in career receptions, receiving yards and touchdowns, and in 2002, he became the only Bulldog ever to surpass 1,000 yards in a season. Edwards has also maintained his passion for the receiving position — working as a personal coach for many UGA players, including Robinson.

In other words, his perspective carries a lot of weight.

Therefore, UGA fans are likely to enjoy Edwards’ explanation of why Robinson’s stature will bring value to the Bulldogs and give him a chance to contribute.

Wide receiver is obviously an important position for UGA this season after the position group struggled in 2019, and fortunately for the Bulldogs, Robinson isn’t the only incoming freshman with promise.

UGA also signed four-star prospects Marcus Rosemy, Arian Smith and Jermaine Burton — the nation’s No. 7, 9 and 13 receivers respectively.

They — along with Robinson — are expected to add to a new-look offense which will feature a starting quarterback other than Jake Fromm for the first time in three seasons, and a new offensive coordinator in Todd Monken as well.

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