Class Of 2020 5-Star CB Kelee Ringo – By Matthew Hall
With UGA’s annual spring game currently less than one week away, there is no doubt that many fans of the “Red and Black” are giddy over being back in Athens for some Georgia Football. Such is especially true given the dead period and the drought of college football in “The Classic City” that will ensue following the conclusion of the G-Day game on April 20, 2019. Nonetheless, one can imagine that UGA Head Coach Kirby Smart and his staff will take full advantage of that time in their pursuit and in regards to the courting of elite prospects in hopes that those efforts lead to the commitments of those destined to fill the roster positions of the Georgia Bulldogs football program. In yesterday’s Bulldawg Illustrated Daily Dawg Thread, Class of 2020 5-Star RB Kendall Milton was examined. After conversing with the stellar rushing prospect out of California, I was able to confirm that he would indeed be in attendance for the UGA spring game. In this segment of the Daily Dawg Thread, another 5-Star that has already stated that he will be in Athens for G-Day will be the subject of interest: Kylee Ringo.
Kylee Ringo (6-2, 205) is a 5-Star CB hailing from Saguaro High out of Scottsdale Arizona. He is the #12 overall rated player in the country for the Class of 2020 per 247Sports Composite rankings. Garnering some 34 offers already, Ringo has become quite the commodity and target for many elite college football programs throughout the land and for good reason. Pitted with a large frame, the cornerback prospect has great aggressiveness and possesses a surprising amount of speed for his stature. All of these intangibles and what seems to be sheer natural instincts and ability allow for him to be able to cover defenders tightly and with great awareness no matter the opponent’s quickness. Some out there in the college football world of recruiting have projected Ringo to come straight into a program and start immediately. His forthcoming visit to Athens for G-Day is certainly a nice sign for the Georgia Bulldogs football program and one can only hope that Coach Smart and the Dawgs can reel this one in as he would be a formidable asset defensively for the Georgia Bulldogs in the future and for years to come should he decide to don the “G” and play for the University of Georgia.