How does UGA’s 0-2 start affect football recruiting?
The Bulldogs have 14 players committed to sign football scholarships with the team in February, along with four high school juniors pledged the sign with UGA the following year.
Many of Georgia’s commitments made unofficial visits to Georgia for Saturday’s 45-42 loss to South Carolina, including 5-star offensive lineman John Theus of Jacksonville and Thomson High School defensive tackle John John Atkins (UGA’s most recent commit). As far as junior prospects, Camden County QB Brice Ramsey, Newnan safety Tray Matthews, and Goose Creek (S.C) wide receiver Tramal Terry – both early commitments to UGA — were among those in attendance.
What do the recruits think of UGA’s 0-2 start? And will it affect their commitment to the Bulldogs? We asked some of them on Sunday night.
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– By Michael Carvell, AJC Recruiting Blog
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