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On Tuesday, 2021 running back Lovasea Carroll named his top-eight schools out of over 18 scholarship offers. Six of his
2021 defensive end Bryce Langston narrowed his 16 scholarship offers by about a third, naming his top-five on Sunday evening.
Last month, Eastside Catholic High School tight end, D.J. Rogers, released a top-10 that included Georgia, one of only two
Not long after he de-committed from the University of Oklahoma on July 6th, the Bulldogs offered Kansas City, MO cornerback
So far for the 2020 recruiting class, UGA has three wide receivers committed including Justin Robinson, Marcus Rosemy, and athlete Corey Wren, but
UGA has one five-star running back committed to the 2020 signing class in Buchanan High School, Clovis, CA Kendall Milton,
Antwain Littleton could very well be the next coming of former Pittsburgh Steelers and Notre Dame running back Jerome Bettis.
UGA offered Jefferson High School class of 2022 athlete Malaki Starks on Wednesday. After a conversation on the phone with
On Monday, St. Frances Academy High School junior Aaron Willis dropped his top-5 schools that include the University of Georgia,
John Ehret High School junior defensive back Kaine Williams out of Marrero, LA was offered by the University of Georgia
On Friday of last week, Donovan Green, a sophomore out of Dickinson High School in Dickinson, TX received a scholarship
Two recruiting prospects that took official visits to UGA last weekend for the Bulldogs game with Notre Dame were 2020
The University of Georgia offered Demeioun Robinson, a junior out of Quince Orchard High School in Gaithersburg, MD, on Friday.
Trinity Christian Academy, Jacksonville, FL class of 2021 wide receiver Marcus Burke was offered by the University of Georgia last
The University of Georgia has offered Bishop Gorman High School freshman Zachariah Branch out of Las Vegas, NV. I am
Over the weekend, UGA hosted quite a number of prospective student-athletes for the Notre Dame game. In attendance were several
Just before the start of a big recruiting weekend for Georgia with the Notre Dame on Saturday night, the Bulldogs
The University of Georgia hosted a number of prospective student-athletes over the weekend for the Bulldogs home game versus Notre