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Daily Dawg Thread 23 SEPT 2018

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TODAY’S FEATURED PROSPECTS

 

Joseph Charleston

CLASS: 2019 
POSITION: S 
HT, WT: 6-2 190 
SCHOOL: Milton 
CITY, STATE: Alpharetta, GA 
STATUS: HARD COMMIT: Clemson 10/10/17
# OF OFFERS: 10 offers
UGA OFFER: Yes
NEWS:
Joesph Charleston is a four-star safety from Alpharetta, Georgia. He’s 6-2 190 pounds. According to the latest 247Sports Composite rankings, he ranks as the No. 161 overall player, No. 11 S, and the No. 19 prospect in Georgia.  Charleston currently holds 10 offers with the latest coming from FSU on February 17. He visited Clemson last October and later committed to the Tigers on October 10. During the 2016 season, he recorded 69 tackles, three tackles for loss, six pass breakups, one forced fumble, and four interceptions. He appears 100 percent committed to Clemson, but I could see him taking a visit to Athens this fall as well.
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Demani Richardson

CLASS: 2019 
POSITION: S
HT, WT: 6-1 209 
SCHOOL: Waxahachie 
CITY, STATE: Waxahachie, TX 
STATUS: HARD COMMIT: Texas A&M 2/24/18
# OF OFFERS: 14 
UGA OFFER: Yes 
NEWS:
Demani Richardson is a four-star safety from Waxahachie, Texas. He’s 6-1 209 pounds. According to the latest 247Sports Composite rankings, he ranks as No. 70 overall, No. 5 S and the No. 12 prospect in TX. Richardson currently holds 14 offers with the latest coming from Illinois on February 2. He visited Texas A&M for its Junior Day on Feb 4. While on another visit to College Station he committed to the Aggies on February 24. Last season he recorded 18 tackles, two tackles for a loss, three pass breakups, one fumble recovery, and three interceptions. Despite his commitment to Texas A&M, this one should take a few visits this fall and continue to look regardless of his commitment. He’s a big safety and is extremely talented. If he ends up at Texas A&M they’ll be getting what could potentially be a shutdown safety. However, since he made his decision so early, he could open things up and explore especially with the issues that just emerged from College Station.
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Savannah Leigh is a recent graduate of the Grady College of Journalism at the University of Georgia. She is an avid SEC, Dawgs, and college football fan. She also adores her three-year-old black lab, Champ Bailey.