The University of Georgia held its Junior Day on Saturday and hosted a number of college football recruiting prospects on unofficial visits over the weekend.
With National Signing Day for the 2017 college football recruiting class in the books, attention has turned to next year’s 2018 recruiting class as well as the crop of 2019 prospects. And the weekend reflected that for the Georgia football program as they held Junior Day on Saturday, February 18th, with many of the top prospects from the class of 2018 and 2019 on hand; a number of which were entertained at the men’s basketball game Saturday evening at Stegeman Coliseum between the Bulldogs and Kentucky. UGA also picked up a commitment from 2019 defensive line prospect Rashad Cheney, Jr. on Saturday.
Georgia’s Junior Day Attendees:
Adam Anderson, a Class of 2018 linebacker out of Rome High School from Rome, GA. He committed to UGA back on August 5th and is currently rated the No.4 OLB for 2018 by 247’s composite ranking system.
Donovan Georges, a Class of 2018 linebacker out of Champagnat Catholic – Hialeah School from Hialeah, FL. Georges is the Bulldogs latest 2018 commitment, and he is rated the No.20 OLB by 247.
Emil Ekiyor, Jr., a Class of 2018 offensive lineman out of Cathedral High School, Indianapolis, IN. Ekiyor is rated one of the top 5 offensive guards in the country and is currently committed to Michigan. He holds an offer from Georgia.
Jatavious Harris, a Class of 2018 wide receiver out of Baldwin High School, Milledgeville, GA, who had a good visit and is awaiting an offer from UGA.
K.J. Henry, a Class of 2018 defensive end out of West Forsyth High School from Clemmons, NC. Henry is rated the No.2 WDE for 2018 by 247Sports.com and has been offered by Georgia.
Trey Hill, a Class of 2018 offensive lineman out of Houston County High School from Warner Robins, GA. Hill helped to protect current UGA 2017 QB early enrollee Jake Fromm last season and holds an offer from UGA. He is rated one of the top 2 offensive guards in the country for 2018 by 247.
Malik Langham, a Class of 2018 defensive end out of Lee County High School from Huntsville, AL. Langham has an offer from Georgia and will be announcing his top five soon.
Teradja Mitchell, a Class of 2018 linebacker out of Bishop Sullivan Catholic from Virginia Beach, VA. He currently holds an offer from the Bulldogs and is rated the No.1 ILB for 2018 by 247.
Micah Parsons, a Class of 2018 defensive end out of Central Dauphin High School, Harrisburg, PA. The No.1 rated WDE for 2018 doesn’t have an offer from UGA yet and is currently committed to Penn State.
Otis Reese, a Class of 2018 defensive back out of Lee County High School from Leesburg, GA. Although he is a DB playing at safety for Lee County, Reese is projected as a linebacker at the next level and is rated as the No.8 OLB for the class. Reese was offered by Georgia back on December 7th.
Chris Smith, a Class of 2018 defensive back out of Hapeville Charter Career Academy, College Park, GA. Smith is rated the No.36 CB in the class and holds an offer from the Bulldogs.
Ty Terrell, a Class of 2018 athlete who plays at QB and WR for Lee County High School, Leesburg, GA.
Mondo Walker, a Class of 2018 defensive back out of Bethel High School, Hampton, VA, who is currently rated the No.84 safety.
Max Wray, a Class of 2018 offensive lineman out of Franklin High School from Franklin, TN. The No.6 offensive tackle is currently committed to Georgia.
And here are the 2019 and 2020 prospects that were on unofficial visits over the weekend as well:
Rashad Chaney, Jr., a Class of 2019 defensive lineman from Booker T. Washington High School out of the Atlanta, GA metro area. Chaney was offered on Valentine’s Day and committed to the Bulldogs on Saturday.
Jadon Haselwood, a Class of 2019 wide receiver from Cedar Grove High School, Ellenwood, GA. He is rated one of the top two receivers for 2019 and holds an offer from Georgia.
Mikel Jones, a Class of 2019 linebacker from Mater Academy Charter High School, Hialeah Gardens, FL. Jones is rated the No.3 OLB by 247 and was offered by UGA back on February 1st.
C.J. Scott, a Class of 2020 prospect out of Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School, Virginia Beach, VA.
And so how did those visits go?