Who will UGA sign at tight end this year?
The top two targets appear to be Rabun County’s Charlie Woerner and Garrett Walston of Wilmington, N.C.
Woerner is a UGA legacy whose uncle is Scott Woerner, the All-America safety who sealed the 1980 national championship with an interception against Notre Dame. The younger Woerner, who prefers to play wide receiver over tight end in college, is being courted by UGA, Alabama and Clemson, among others.
Walston has UNC, N.C. State and UGA as his leaders.
One prospect who is emerging with UGA is Miller Forristall, a rising senior from Cartersville who is a converted QB.
The 6-foot-5, 220-pounder has 16 early offers, including Mississippi State, Missouri and Cal. He will go to camps to UGA, Alabama and Duke within the next couple of weeks.
Forristall calls UGA his “dream school.” What if the Bulldogs offer at camp? He talked about that and more in the below video: