Despite the Bulldogs overtime home loss to South Carolina in overtime, 20-17, on Saturday, recruiting prospects that were visiting UGA still had a positive experience. Two 2021 prospects, Woodstock High School defensive back David Daniel and Hebron Christian Academy running back Demetrius Rogers, posted on Twitter about their visit over the weekend.
Had a nice time at the Georgia Vs.South Carolina game. Linked up with my old teammates Tate Ratledge and DJ@tateratledge22 @GeorgiaFootball @ReuseRecruiting @UGAAthletics @RecruitGeorgia @therealkwat pic.twitter.com/OtaYNcXmOS— Demetrius Rogers (@Demetr1usRogers) October 12, 2019
David Daniel committed to the Bulldogs just last month on September 13th and was Georgia’s second commitment in the 2021 class after Belton-Honea Path safety Bralyn Oliver announced his commitment on August 22nd. Daniel also visited UGA for the Notre Dame game back on September 21st as well as the Murray State game back on September 7th and was also at the G-Day spring game back on April 20th. Here are Daniel’s 2019 junior season highlights so far.
2019 Junior Season Highlights
Demetrius Rogers currently remains uncommitted. The 6-foot-0 and 195 lbs junior plays at running back as well as safety for Hebron Christian Academy. Here are Roger’s midseason junior highlights so far.
Demetrius Rogers Mid-season highlights
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