A magnificent afternoon, College GameDay In present, a new No. 1 ranking and a clash of undefeated teams. It’s a recipe for a big recruiting weekend in Athens, and it looks like that’s exactly what will happen when Georgia takes on Kentucky. Here is a current list of prospects who should be in Athens to see the ‘Dawgs take on the’ Cats’.
WR Luther Burden: Receiver Five Star is a major target for the Reds and Blacks. This visit is an opportunity for Kirby Smart to sell it on Georgia rather than the Tigers home state of Missouri.
DL Mykel Williams: The current Southern Cal commit returns to Athens once again.
CB Jaheim Singletary: The five-star Jacksonville defensive back is considering Georgia, Florida, Miami and Ohio State, among others.
OT Jacob Hood: The big offensive line Commit has spent a lot of time in Athens this year recruiting and is back for another weekend.
RB Jordan James: Tennessee Bulldog Tailback Pledge will be back in Athens, hopefully for the current Tailbacks to go wild.
EDGE Marvin Jones, Jr .: The four-star rusher from Central Florida’s American Heritage recently visited Oklahoma, and would be a huge pickup.
S Caleb Downs: Junior our from Mill Creek will be one of the nominees for the best safety prospect in the country next year.
CB AJ Harris: Georgia is downright looking for Harris from Phenix City, arguably the best junior corner in America.
ILB Troy Bowles: Four-star Tampa linebacker Jesuit High would be a great addition to Georgia’s recent elite backing streak.
DL Lebbeus Overton: America’s top junior prospect and a top priority for the Bulldogs. The heritage of Oklahoma has made a few trips to Athens.
Madden Sanker: The great junior offensive goalkeeper from South Paulding High is another returning visitor to Athens.
Bradyn Joiner: One if the 2023 Class inside line’s top prospects will visit Athens for the second time this season.
OT Monroe Freeling: The junior offensive tackle from Mt. Pleasant, SC is likely to be one of the consensus top 100 rookies next year.
QB John Alan Richter: Richter is a fast growing Jones County senior quarterback who could end up with a prime spot if he doesn’t accept a scholarship elsewhere.
QB Dylan Raiola: Texas’ second student will be one of the top prospects in his post for 2024.