Daily Dawg Thread
TODAY’S FEATURED PROSPECTS
HT, WT: 6-5 280
SCHOOL: Damascus High School
CITY, STATE: Damascus, MD
# OF OFFERS: 32 Offers
UGA OFFER: Yes, August 22, 2017
Bryan Bresee is a five-star defensive end from Damascus, Maryland. He stands at 6-5 290 pounds. According to the latest 2020 247Sports Composite rankings, Bresee ranks as the number 1 overall player for the 2020 class, the No. 1 SDE, and the No. 1 player in Maryland. He currently holds 32 offers with the latest coming from Wisconsin on June 8. The rising junior visited Georgia for G-day with his parents on April 21. He came to Athens after he went to Penn State on April 20. Prior to that, Bresee visited Notre Dame on April 5, Wisconsin on April 4, Georgia on March 4, and Clemson on March 3.
According to his 247Sports profile, it’s between Ohio State and Maryland. However, Georgia appears to be in the mix of things. I really like Georgia’s chances with him as of today. Tray Scott’s listed as his primary recruiter, and I expect this kid to get plenty of visits from the Bulldogs. In my opinion, a decision from this guy won’t happen for a while.
HT, WT: 6-4 230
SCHOOL: Hillgrove High School
CITY, STATE: Powder Springs, Georgia
# OF OFFERS: 13 Offers
UGA OFFER: Yes June 2, 2017
Myles Murphy is a five-star defensive end from Powder Springs, Georgia. He stands at 6-4 230 pounds. According to the latest 2020 247Sports Composite rankings, he ranks as the No. 20 overall prospect, the No. 2 SDE and the No. 3 2020 Georgia prospect. Murphy holds 13 offers right now with the latest coming from Kentucky on May 16. Clemson offered on May 5. Georgia was one of the first teams to offer Murphy as the Bulldogs offered June 2017. Murphy competed in Clemson’s camp on June 12 and Auburn’s on June 17. He’s visited Georgia as well. Prior to those visits, he visited Auburn on March 31 for an unofficial visit. Murphy visited Athens on April 7 and prior to that visited Clemson on April 4.
According to his 247Sports profile Its all Georgia with Auburn “warming” up in the process. However, I like Georgia’s chances right here as he’s a homegrown prospect. Kirby Smart likes homegrown kids home and the Bulldogs nab this one in the end.