UGA Recruiting Daily Thread
TODAY’S FEATURED PROSPECTS
HT, WT: 5-11.5, 216
SCHOOL: IMG Academy
CITY, STATE: Bradenton, FL
# OF OFFERS: 12 offers
UGA OFFER: Yes, February 21, 2016
Trey Sanders is a five-star running back from IMG Academy. He is a natural running back but holds the capabilities to be a do-it-all player. Sander’s has it all, power, speed, and agility. Runs downhill like a monster. According to his Hudl, he runs a 4.42 in the 40-yard dash. 247Sports ranks him as the No. 6 overall player, the No. 1 running back and the No. 2 prospect in Florida. Sanders breaks tackles like a veteran. He’s well rounded and could step on the field and play right away. He looks like he loves competition and works well with direction. Sanders visited Oklahoma on April 26 and Georgia on April 21 for G-Day. Prior to that, he went to Florida on April 14 and April 7.
Once an Alabama commit, Sanders opened his recruitment back up on January 1 when he decided to de-commit from the Tide. It seems like a four-team battle right now between Florida, FSU, Alabama, and Georgia.
HT, WT: 5-11 190
CITY, STATE: Dallas, TX
# OF OFFERS: 11 offers
UGA OFFER: Yes, Nov. 18, 2017
EJ Smith is a 2020 four-star all-purpose back from Dallas, Texas. His claim to fame is his dad, NFL great, Emmitt Smith. He stands at 5-11 190 pounds. According to 247 Sports latest rankings he ranks as the No. 2 APB and the No. 23 2020 prospect in Texas. Smith currently holds 11 offers with the latest coming from TCU on April 28. He received an offer on April 17 from Boston College. Smith and his family came to G-Day on April 21 and visited Texas A&M on April 16. With his dad being a Florida legacy, it’ll be hard to pull him from the Gators. However, Smiths a back Georgia should pursue heavily and not give up on him till the ink hits the paper.
Last season, Smith rushed 176 times for 1,177 yards 24 TD. He caught the ball 33 times for 540 yards and seven touchdowns. Smith has a great set of hands on him. Right away I notice he could be a Sony Michel 2.0. He’s quick and once he hits the edge it’s over for the defense. Smith runs through the tackles with ease and is hard to bring down. He sees the field well and waits on holes to develop. Smith’s a stud and going to be one of the next great backs of college football.