Georgia Bulldogs Recruiting: UGA Looking to Add Top Recruits in Near Future
The Georgia Bulldogs have had a very strong month of June in recruiting, reeling in top-10 recruits Jacob Park, Malkom Parrish and Nick Chubb along with two more upcoming prospects Jake Edwards and Gilbert Johnson. With room to sign a small class for 2014, half of the available spots are likely full, but the offers are still going out and visits are still being made.
One offer extended recently went to Louisville commitment Detric Dukes, who has been hoping for an offer and who many believe will switch his commitment to the Bulldogs very soon. Dukes is a little bit undersized, listed at 6-foot-0 and 220 pounds, but plays with great instincts and will likely remind many of Rennie Curran.
Offensive tackle Dyshon Sims is another prospect who many think could commit at any time, but with an upcoming visit to the Alabama Crimson Tide he will likely take his visits before ending his recruitment. Sims is a little known prospect who after only a couple months has skyrocketed up the boards of many big time schools.
Dawg Night is also coming up for the Bulldogs where in past years many players, including John Theus and Brice Ramsey, have made their commitment. This year, the list of players attending Dawg night is growing rapidly and the July 12 camp is setting up to be a very exciting camp for players and fans alike. Some uncommitted players already scheduled to appear are Shakenneth Williams, Lamont Gaillard, Elisha Shaw, Dante Sawyer, Lorenzo Carter, Raekwon McMillan, Dukes and Kendarius Webster.
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