UGA Recruiting Daily Thread
TODAY’S FEATURED PROSPECTS
*Any Rankings presented below are from 247Sports Composite Rankings*
HT, WT: 6-2 187
SCHOOL: Grayson High School
CITY, STATE: Loganville, Georgia
# OF OFFERS: 39
UGA OFFER: Yes, April 16, 2017
NEWS: Watson is a big-time target from Grayson High School that holds 39 offers. He’s a four-star safety, the No. 15 safety, and the No. 24 prospect in the state of Georgia. The latest offer comes from Arkansas who offered the safety on February 27. He attended Oklahoma’s Junior Day on February 17. Watson is a big safety that could mold into something special at the next level. He already has the height he just needs about 15 pounds on him to add some size at the next level. Watson has a great vision of the field and is aggressive in coverage. He runs a 4.53 40-yard-dash and can keep up with the best receivers. With the right development, he could be a monster at the next level.
Georgia’s in the mix of things but its a Notre Dame, Florida State, Oklahoma lean right now.
HT, WT: 6-1, 175
SCHOOL: Dacula High School
CITY, STATE: Dacula, Georgia
STATUS: HARD COMMIT: Georgia 10/30/2017
# OF OFFERS: 17 offers
UGA OFFER: Yes
NEWS: Perry is a four-star cornerback from Dacula, Georgia. He ranks as the No. 12 cornerback and the No. 15 prospect in the state of Georgia. He has 18 offers with the latest coming from Clemson on March 1. Perry committed to Georgia back in October and is one of the vocal leaders of the 2019 class. He has great vision and shows great speed. Perry is a tall cornerback and should fit the mold at the next level once he gets a little more weight on him.
HT, WT: 5-11, 190
SCHOOL: Edna Karr High School
CITY, STATE: New Orleans, Louisiana
# OF OFFERS: 17 offers
UGA OFFER: Yes, March 18, 2017
NEWS: Bush is a four-star cornerback from New Orleans, Louisiana. He has 17 offers, the latest coming from Kentucky on February 1. The four-star went to Tennessee’s Junior Day on February 24, visited Kentucky on February 23, and attended Clemson’s Junior Day on February 20. He’s leaning toward LSU right now, but the Bulldogs appear to be in the mix of things. Bush runs a 4.45 40-yard dash and can keep up with the quickest guy. He sees the field well and has a nice length to deflect balls.
The recruiting for this cornerback is wide open, so it should get interesting heading into camp and into football season.