Georgia’s most overlooked high school seniors, Part 2

1:24 am Nov. 25, 2014

Who are some of Georgia’s most overlooked high school seniors?

Football in this state, by all accounts, is outstanding. But because there are so many high school teams (around 500) and because college football recruiting is

UGA adds 3rd signee for basketball

9:54 pm Nov. 19, 2014

UGA got another basketball recruit before the end of the early signing period.

Derek Ogbeide, a 6-foot-8 center from Pebblebrook High School, picked UGA over Houston and Memphis on Wednesday. Ogbeide is rated as a 3-star

Another ex-Georgia Tech player starts over in Kansas

12:01 am Nov. 18, 2014

Another former Georgia Tech player has sparked his football career by playing this season at a junior college in the middle of Kansas.

Anthony Autry has put up some good numbers this season at Hutchinson Community

Mark Richt on recruiting impact of UGA’s win over Auburn

2:29 am Nov. 16, 2014

Mark Richt was asked about what type of impact UGA’s win over Auburn had on the star-studded group of recruits that attended the game.

Josh Sweat, the nation’s No. 1-rated prospect, was scheduled to take an official visit to UGA this weekend. Some other expected visitors were offensive lineman Chuma Edoga (committed to USC) and defensive back Ronnie Harris (committed to Alabama), along with current UGA commits Jonathan Ledbetter, Pat Allen

Can UGA land the nation’s No. 1 prospect?

10:29 am Nov. 14, 2014

Can UGA land the nation’s top recruit?

The nation’s No. 1 overall prospect, per the 247sports composite rankings, is Josh Sweat, a 5-star defensive end from Virginia.

Sweat will be making an official visit to UGA for this weekend’s Auburn game.

How good are UGA’s chances? We talk about that in the below video.

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Note: The nation’s No. 2 prospect is Trenton Thompson, a 5-star defensive tackle from Albany who is already

Former AJC Mr. Football turns things around

11:16 pm Nov. 12, 2014

Alvin Kamara, the AJC’s Mr. Football for 2012, is one of this year’s feel-good stories in recruiting.

Kamara, who is committed to Tennessee and will enroll this January, was named his conference’s Offensive Player of the