UGA Recruiting Daily Thread
TODAY’S FEATURED PROSPECTS
If position ranking is noted, it is 247 Sports latest composite ranking of the player.
POSITION: No. 53 Dual-Threat QB
HT, WT: 5 foot 11.5, and 221 lbs
SCHOOL: Lowndes High School
CITY, STATE: Valdosta, GA
UGA OFFER: No.
# OFFERS: 16
NEWS & NOTES: Barrett is a very talented south Georgia high school QB and athlete. So why isn’t he getting as much pub as class of 2018 Peach State QBs like Justin Fields, which he put up similar numbers to last season? His height. A number of coaches and programs are hestitant about offering a QB that is not quite 6 foot tall. But that hasn’t stopped some major FBS programs from offering the Lowndes star.
POSITION: No. 1 Dual-Threat QB
HT, WT: 6 foot 3, and 221 lbs
SCHOOL: Harrison High School
CITY, STATE: Kennesaw, GA
UGA OFFER: Yes, offered on 11/18/2016.
# OFFERS: 41
NEWS & NOTES: Fields visited UGA on June 12th and again on July 14th after de-committing from PSU back on June 6th. It looks like it is down to Auburn, FSU, and Georgia for Fields. He has taken unofficial visits to all three programs over the summer. While I know there have been crystal ball predictions for Fields to FSU since he came off his visit with the ‘Noles on July 20th, I still think the Bulldogs are the team to beat here.
2016 Junior Season Highlights – CLICK HERE
POSITION: No. 44 Athlete – QB, DB, or WR.
HT, WT: 6 foot 1, and 190 lbs
SCHOOL: Fitzgerald High School
CITY, STATE: Fitzgerald, GA
UGA OFFER: Yes, offered on May 5th.
# OFFERS: 18
NEWS & NOTES: Graham is another talented athlete who could play DB, QB, or WR in college. Some schools have offered the Fitzgerald phenom to play QB while others at DB and/or WR. UGA is recruiting Graham as an athlete.
POSITION: Pro-Style QB
HT, WT: 6 foot 1.5, and 184 lbs
SCHOOL: Hapeville Charter Career Academy
CITY, STATE: College Park, GA
UGA OFFER: No.
# OFFERS: 11
NEWS & NOTES: Hajj was among the top three class of 2018 passers in the state of Georgia in terms of production last season, throwing for nearly 3,000 yards and 27 TDs to 10 INTs. While Hajj is not considered a dual-threat QB, he has 4.5 forty speed and used that ability to also rush for 534 yards and 8 TDs for Hapeville Charter.
2015 Sophomore Season Highlights – CLICK HERE
Today On BI