Here are some thoughts on UGA’s 2015 recruiting class.
The Bulldogs have the No. 10 class in the nation with 28 signees, per the 247sports composite rankings (which combines the four major recruiting services).
UGA could sign one or two more late. They’re in the running for Roquan Smith, the 4-star linebacker who committed to UCLA on signing day, but decided against finishing the paperwork because the Bruins defensive coordinator accepted a job with the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons.