Georgia’s 2017 Recruiting Class Ranked Second Nationally, First in SEC

Home >

Georgia’s 2017 Recruiting Class Ranked Second Nationally, First in SEC

Andrew Thomas – 2017 OT – Pace Academy, Atlanta, GA (Photo courtesy of Twitter - Andrew Thomas)
Andrew Thomas – 2017 OT – Pace Academy, Atlanta, GA
(Photo: Andrew Thomas Twitter)

 
 
UGA continued its recruiting resurgence on Sunday when two of the top players in the country pledged to the Dawgs’ 2017 class. Commitments by offensive tackle Andrew Thomas from Pace Academy in Atlanta and running back Toneil Carter from Langham Creek High School in Houston, TX moved Georgia’s 2017 recruiting class to second in the 247 Composite Rankings.
 
 

National recruiting rankings from 247 composite

 
 
Coach Smart and his staff have proven that they can recruit with the best. In a few week fall camp will begin for the Bulldogs. Smart and Company will have a month to mold their current players into a team before facing North Carolina in the opener. If their coaching is on par with their recruiting, it will be an exciting fall in Athens.
 
 

Junior Highlights

Junior Highlights


 
 

Running Back – Langham Creek H.S.

Running Back – Langham Creek H.S.


 
 
 
 
 
 

share content

Author /

Greg is closing in on 11 years writing about and photographing UGA sports. While often wrong and/or out of focus, it has been a long, strange trip full of fun and new friends.