Nick Chubb- 2014 RB Prospect: COMMITTED TO THE G
Chuma Edoga- 2015 OL Prospect: HIGHLIGHTS
Khalil Ladler- 2016 CB Prospect: HIGHLIGHTS
Jake Edwards- 2014 OL Prospect: COMMITTED TO THE G
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|2014: Georgia Bulldogs Commitment List (17)|
|Sony Michel||RB||Plantation, FL||5-11||205|
|Lamont Gaillard||DL||Fayetteville, NC||6-4||312|
|Jacob Park||QB||Goose Creek, SC||6-4||210|
|Nick Chubb||RB||Cedartown, GA||5-11||217|
|Shakenneth Williams||WR||Macon, GA||6-2||195|
|Jeb Blazevich||TE||Charlotte, NC||6-5||240|
|Isaiah Wynn||OG||Saint Petersburg, FL||6-2||275|
|Kendall Baker||OL||Atlanta, GA||6-6||297|
|Dyshon Sims||OL||Valdosta, GA||6-5||270|
|Dontavius Russell||DL||Carrollton, GA||6-3||298|
|Keyon Brown||OLB||Wauchula, FL||6-3||235|
|Malkom Parrish||CB||Quitman, GA||5-11||190|
|Gilbert Johnson||WR||Miami, FL||6-4||190|
|Jake Edwards||OL||Franklin, GA||6-4||290|
|Detric Dukes||ILB||Tucker, GA||6-0||225|
|Shattle Fenteng||CB||Hutchinson, KS||6-2||200|
|Kendall Gant||S||Lakeland, FL||6-3||190|
|2014 Top Remaining Targets|
|Lorenzo Carter||OLB||Norcross, GA||6-5/235||UGA|
|Raekwon McMillan||ILB||Hinesville, GA||6’2/245||Ohio St|
|Josh Malone||WR||Gallatin, TN||6’3/190||UGA|
|David Sharpe||OT||Jacksonville, FL||6-6/288||UGA|
|Elisha Shaw||DL||Tucker, GA||6’4/304||UGA|
|Dante Sawyer||DE||Suwanee, GA||6’3/242||USCe|
|Rashaan Evans||LB||Auburn, AL||6-3/220||UGA|
|Wesley Green||DB||Lithonia, GA||5-11/175||UGA|
|D.J. Smith||DB||Marietta, GA||6-0/195||Clem|
|Kendarius Webster||DB||Stockbridge, GA||5-11/180||Ole Miss|
|Juwann Winfree||ATH||Englewood, NJ||6-2/180||Maryland|
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OK folks. I'm out too. I've spent too much time on here today, but it was therapeutic. While I don't agree with everyone's opinions, you all raise good points, and it makes for good discussion . Kudos of respect to you all. You are all DGD fans in my book. Thanks for helping me and other fellow Dawg fans get through another rough weekend.
Thank you EC, BRB, all the mods, and the Bulldawg Illustrated staff for giving us a great place to come talk about all things Georgia Bulldawg and as well as get great info about Georgia Bulldawg football as well as a myriad of other topics.
OK all my bulldawg fam momma says i gotta come in now. So i am going to do you fine fellows like the farmer did the potatoe....I'm gonna plant cha now but I'll dig ya later!
While I agree that Bama, FSU and Oregon are the best teams, and I am normally a major SEC homer, I feel myself becoming a Baylor fan for the rest of the year.
Defense has not performed to their talent level no doubt but CMB played not to lose in the second half. I don't remember us even trying to push the ball down the field. I know the o line did not perform to the level we needed but you can't run the ball against eight and nine men fronts. Vandy did not respect the deep threat and therefore they were jumping the underneath routes. We needed to threw deep to open up the shorter routes.
There were several times Saturday when Dawson, Wiggins and Swann were all in tight man to man coverage......including when Swann made a nice play in the endzone and we got some coverage sacks......but he went away from it later in game.
When you tell them kids to guard #7 or whatever number, those kids are gonna make plays. Too often were playing this read defense BS where they switch or fall back into a zone if they read the play another way......
Let them line up and play man with tight coverage and if they get beat then they get beat......at least they are being aggressive and know what they have to do
Here is a question.
If Vandy's defensive coordinator and secondary coach can have their DBs play aggressive at the LOS then why cannot Georgia do that?
@Bulldawg Bob2 See ya Bob. DGD
@PTCDawg Baylor is fun to watch.
@phinizydawg66 no deep threat
@converted 1981 10-4 and aye Converted
exactly what I am saying. Take the thinking out of it and let them play like they know how. These kids were Studs when we recruited them now they look like Pee Wee players most of the time.
@Bulldawg Bob2 Hey BB2 as much as I hate to admit it Vandy on our last couple of possesions got after us.
@Bulldawg Bob2 Because the Scheme is so complicated that they do Not understand what they are supposed to do. Simplify and let them play. Remember K.I.S.S.
@tmdawg12 WOW, who saw that coming.
TM this was the exact same group that played at Missouri and put up 456 yards of offense. 221 yards against...Vandy. They were either playing not to lose or making a darn impressive imitation of it.
Does not matter! Reggie Davis can go deep. He set school record against North Texas. You have to take shots to back the defense up.
That probably bugs me the most. You don't give a WR a 10 or 15 yard confusion. 5 yards is acceptable, but if I can see that surely CTG and Lakatos can.
Did Lakatos' DBs do that at UCONN when he was there? I think I'm going to go look and try to find out.
@bigredballer AaaaaaMen Brother.....wooooo preach! that is the truth. It's painful to watch to Brb by the way has Langley had his pysche shook? Or what?
@bigredballer Ha, the ole SEC bump. I can hear the Okies and all the B12 Texans screaming about it right now!
I agree with you. It is very disheartening that we are blessed with the all time leader in total offense in SEC history and we relegate him to handing off in the second half!
we are in sync on this. And I think it might go back to an earlier, painful discussion I had on this board. When Richt announces ahead of time the Vandy game is going to be a war to the end, he is basically saying we arent good enough to put them away, and I think his team takes the mindset that has been defended on this board by many...there are no easy (road) games in the SEC, and we just want to get out with a win any way we can. And they play that way. If we get an early lead, lets go conservative and try to make sure we dont lose. So we put on our turtle shell and, surprise, surprise, the games go down to the wire and if we make a mistake or two...
At least, thats how it appears to me.
@PTCDawg I will say I think we are a completely different team on the road
CMB does not have a killer instinct. The offense did not help the defense at all in the second half. Then you add the special teams fiasco's and we get a loss that should have never happened.
@PTCDawg very true
@phinizydawg66 Exactly, we were calling for it the whole game as Vandy's DB's continued to play tight on our receivers coming off the line. Made no sense that we did not try to stretch the field. Still think AM was way too anxious to get the ball out of his hands after the previous two games when the O-line couldn't protect. One of the worst games he's had as a Dawg.
Nobody is saying its all defense......I don't think one person on this board has......but our defense has not improved. The teams we are playing have just gotten worse.
Like I said last week, certain players have improved, buts its the same ole scheme that hasn't been working.
If we were playing a good team this past Saturday, we lose by 3 tds. Vandy missed at least 4 or 5 wide open wrs where we had busted coverage.
@Bulldawg Bob2 @Wartown Butch @bigredballer I am beyond upset...we are Georgia for Gods sake...there are no excuses for what we are seeing on saturdays. I wait the entire year for 12 saturdays in the fall and once again I am robbed by this team. The 2 great wins over USCe and lsu might as well have been losses. But to lay it all on the D is just wrong. They have acually improved over the last 2 games.
18th nationally in scoring defense with 19.6 points allowed per game
32nd nationally in total defense with 357.8 yards per game allowed
80th nationally in rushing defense with 182.14 yards per game allowed
8th nationally in passing defense with 175.6 yards allowed per game.
So I was wrong about our pass defense not being in the top 10.
Georgia's 2011 defense was:
23rd nationally in scoring defense with 20.6 points allowed per game
5th nationally in total defense with 277.2 yards allowed per game
11th nationally in rushing defense with 101.21 yards allowed per game
10th nationally in passing defense with 176 yards allowed per game
So, I was wrong about the 2011 defense.
My emotions got the best of me and clouded my judgement over the 2011 defense.
Maybe myself and others are jumping the gun about Todd Grantham because we are upset after the 3rd loss. I will not argue that. You have a point, but I am just tired of seeing the mistakes on defense that were there in game 1 all the way into game 7 now.....
@bigredballer actually it was 32nd but if you remove the teams from the sunbelt conference and their little sister conferences we were 22nd out of the BCS auto qualifying schools...not nearly as bad as some make it out to be.
@bigredballer I believe we finished the year with the 26th ranked D last year...then the 2011 D was pretty dang good iirc...some of last year was players lookin forward to the NFL until SW36 got on their tails befire the UFag game
Yep, and we also made it to Atlanta by beating Florida and playing a weaker schedule.
Our defense wasn't good last year.....yes they played good against Florida but they were terrible on offense last year.
We gave up a ton of yards to Ga Southern, good many yards to GT as well.......we really haven't been GREAT under Grantham at any point. Espsecislly with all the talent we have had
We made it to the SEC championship game despite bad defense.
CTG had 9 players drafted or that are playing in the NFL on NFL teams from that 2012 defense. What other college defense produced that much talent on that side of the ball? Our defense was 18th in scoring defense, but in all other categories we were outside the top 30. A quality or good defensive coordinator would have been able to post a top 10 defense with that kind of talent if not top 5.
CTG is not getting it done, and I too defended him even after last year's performance for a while; however, he has even worn out his welcome with me, and I am a very patient person.