UGA Recruiting Daily Thread
TODAY’S FEATURED PROSPECTS
HT, WT: 6-4, 206
SCHOOL: Blackman High School
CITY, STATE: Murfreesboro, Tennessee
# OF OFFERS: 16
UGA OFFER: No
Trey Knox is a 6-4 206-pound wide receiver. He ranks as the No. 32 wide receiver and the No. 6 prospect in Tennessee. Knox is a big, physical receiver. He runs crisp routes and does a good job finding open spots in defenses. Knox shows good concentration and has a nice set of hands. Once he catches a ball, he has an instinctive ability to make people miss in the open field. However he does need to work on his speed and separations, but he’s only going to get better.
Despite not having a Georgia offer, it’s only a matter of time before Kox gets one. Knox currently has 16 offers. Ohio State and Tennessee appear to be his top two schools, but this recruitment will stay open for a while.
HT, WT: 6-5 196
SCHOOL: Dunnellon High School
CITY, STATE: Dunnellon, Florida
#OF OFFERS: 16 offers
UGA OFFER: Yes
Maurice Goolsby is a 6-5 196-pound wide receiver. He ranks as the No. 28 wide receiver and the No. 21 prospect in Florida. Goolsby is a big receiver that has a great set of hands on him. He runs nice routes and uses his speed to his advantage. His height makes him a mismatch which will draw a lot of schools to him at the next level.
He holds 16 offers, including one from Georgia. The latest offer comes from Arkansas who offered him on February 26. He decommitted from Florida on November 28, 2017. However, the Gators seem to remain in the race for this big wideout. Georgia needs another big wideout and I wouldn’t be surprised if Goolsby doesn’t show up in Athens for a few visits here in the next few months.
HT, WT: 6-2 180
SCHOOL: Marietta High School
CITY, STATE: Marietta, Georgia
# OF OFFERS: 25
UGA OFFER: Yes, April 25, 2017
Ramel Keyton is a 6-2 180-pound wide receiver from Marietta. He ranks as the No. 31 wide receiver and the No. 20 prospect in Georgia. Keyton is quick. He has a great ability to go up and catch balls. Keyton makes a nice separation with his defender. He catches the ball well and can be very athletic. His routes are good and he can outrun the defender once he catches the ball. Keyton has a high football IQ and sees the field well. He isn’t afraid to change his route if he sees a better opportunity.
Keyton olds 25 offers, including one from Georgia who offered him last April. He visited Georgia back in September but hasn’t been back. The latest offer for Keyton comes from Penn State on February 15. Keyton is a highly recruited prospect and I expect him to take a few more visits before narrowing it to any top schools. 247 Sports has Florida and Clemson as the top two schools, but it wouldn’t surprise me if that changed in the next few months.