Georgia’s 2011 recruiting class is just about complete — at least for today.
The Bulldogs have receieved the signed letters-of-intent of five additional players over the last hour. They are OL Hunter Long of Eads, Tenn.; DB Chris Sanders of Tucker; TE Jay Rome of Valdosta; WR Justin Scott-Wesley of Mitchell County; and LB Ramik Wilson of Tampa.
That gives Georgia 24 signees so far. The Bulldogs are still waiting to hear on five-star running back Isaiah Crowell, who will announce at 1:30 p.m. in Columbus, and junior college nose guard John Jenkins, who won’t sign until Saturday in Meriden, Conn.
Rome is, of course, one of the crowned jewels of the 2011 class. He’s a five-star-rated recruit and No. 1-ranked at his position by two recruiting services. He committed to the Bulldogs on Jan. 20 after a vigorous recruiting battle with Alabama, Clemson and Tennessee. His teammate Malcolm Mitchell, a wide receiver, also signed with UGA on Wednesday.
Scott-Wesley, a fellow South