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Georgia’s G-Day 2016 Visitor’s List

G-Day 2016 edit by Bob Miller 009

This Saturday, the University of Georgia’s 2016 spring practice will come to an end with the G-Day game, and Bulldog fans will not be the only visitors to the Classic City as there are a slew of college football recruiting prospects slated to be Athens as well. Here is our G-Day 2016 visitor list.



Updated on 04-15-2016 at 2:00 AM
Note: current UGA commitments in red font.

Trey Blount – WR
Kenney “K.J.” Britt – LB
Nico Collins – WR
Brelin Faison-Walden – Safety
Jake Fromm – QB
Deangelo Gibbs – CB
Walter Grant – LB
Tony Gray – OL
Malik Herring – WDE/OLB
Jaden Hunter – LB
Xavier Jenkins – WR
William Poole – DB
Justin Shaffer – OL
JaCoby Stevens – Athlete
Tyler Taylor – LB
Andrew Thomas – OL
Leonard Warner – LB
Jamyest Williams – Athlete
Derrik Allen – CB
Emil Ekiyor, Jr. – OL
Tank Jenkins – OL
Jamaree Salyer – OL
Christian Tutt – CB
Max Wray – OL

There are 24 prospects set to visit for G-day so far that we have been able to confirm, but there are expected to be more. We will update our list as we are able to get confirmation on whether or not a prospect will be attending.







2017 athlete, Detravion “Tray” Bishop, was originally planning on attending, but as of late Sunday night, it looks like he won’t be able to make it.


And if you are planning on being one of the many Georgia fans to be in Athens this weekend, we have all the information you need to have a fun and safe G-Day from where to park, Saturday’s G-Day schedule, and more!







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4 responses on “Georgia’s G-Day 2016 Visitor’s List

  1. Bulldawg Bob2

    PatriotVeteran It’s great idea Patriot, but as Greg alluded to, NCAA rules prevent the school and coaching staff from publicising  commitments of prospective student-athletes that have not signed financial aid paperwork or who have not enrolled.

    Maybe one day the rule will be changed where they can, but as of right now, it is a “no-no.”

  2. Greg Poole

    PatriotVeteran  Committed student-athletes can not be publicised, commented on or recognised publicly by NCAA rule.m Doing so would cost the University scholarships in future classes.
    If you are referring to S-As who have signed LOIs or FAAs for 2016, the kids who can attend will be hanging close with the team. Signed LOI’s bind the kid to the team so there is little concern about loyalty.

  3. PatriotVeteran

    LOYALTY is not present.   Even some of the Commits aren’t listed.     93K is a start, but the fans would like to know who their “Future DAWGS” will be and if they can count on them to remain Loyal to their Commitments.        If CKS would have made time at half-time to “Recognize Commits” by bringing them on the field and Introducing them to the crowd, this may have brought all the Commits and probably even had some Commit on the spot.      Loyalty goes both ways.        Hope GDay is successful and that the fans get to see the EE’s commits play a lot of football.      It’s a new day for UGA.    GO DAWGS