Who will commit next to UGA?
We asked some the recruits who are already pledged to the Bulldogs.
Since UGA’s annual Dawg Night a couple of weeks ago, the Bulldogs have had some luck on the recruiting trail, adding three receivers: Rabun County’s Charlie Woerner and Randrecous Davis of Mays, along with 2017 talent Deejay Dallas of Glynn Academy.
With several other players highly sought after and the high school season just around the corner, who are some other players likely to be added to UGA’s class of 2016? We asked some of the current recruits for the Bulldogs. here’s what they had to say:
Darion Anderson, 3-star receiver: “It’s up in the air. You never know.”
Chauncey Manac, 4-star defensive end: “KD (Kyle Davis), maybe, maybe KD and Meco (Mecole Hardman).”
Aaron Dowdell, 3-star guard: “I mean I can’t really say right now. I’m not really sure. I know somebody but I’m not, me myself, I’m not even sure exactly who it is yet.”
Chris Barnes, 3-star offensive tackle: “Kyle Davis … he said he’s most likely going to come back. That’s a tough one. I’m not sure.”
Chad Clay, 3-star defensive back: “I think, honestly, I’d say Isaac Nauta, Meco Hardman and Kyle Davis … I’m just close with them. I think they all know, they all say hot things about Georgia.”
Here’s some background on the predictions:
Isaac Nautu is a former Buford standout who is rated as the nation’s No. 1 tight end. He de-committed from FSU this week after spending a couple of days last week with Jacob Eason, the 5-star QB committed to UGA. Nauta is playing his senior season at Florida’s IMG Academy.
Kyle Davis is a 4-star receiver from Archer who de-committed from South Carolina last month. Tennessee, UGA and Auburn are considered the favorites.
Mecole Hardman is a 4-star athlete from Elbert County who has UGA and Tennessee as his co-leaders, but told the AJC that he will NOT take official visits to either SEC school.
Now it’s YOUR turn: Who do you think will commit next to UGA? Please post below.
— By Cody Pace, Special for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution