NEW: Nick Saban tries to court UGA RB commit

8:30 am May. 27, 2015

Alabama coach Nick Saban got involved personally to offer a football scholarship to one of UGA’s top commitments a few days ago.

The new Alabama target is BJ Emmons, a 4-star running back from Morganton, N.C.

UGA DB signee ready to report

11:00 pm May. 24, 2015

UGA will get a lot of help in the defensive secondary with the incoming recruiting class. And one Bulldogs signee that the coaches are really excited about taking a closer look at is Rashad Roundtree.

He’s the 4-star safety from Lakeside High School. His father is the sheriff of Augusta.

Roundtree reflected on the recruiting process, and discussed his UGA expectations, Watch video

UGA 5-star QB commit Jacob Eason goes out in style

10:27 pm May. 23, 2015

Jacob Eason, the UGA 5-star QB commit, ended his high school baseball career in style.

Eason hit a home run in his final at-bat for Washington’s Lake Stevens High School.

Even though Eason is a junior, that

Nephew of UGA football legend opens up about recruiting

6:00 am May. 20, 2015

The best 2016 prospect from Georgia that you’ve heard the least about is probably Charlie Woerner.

The 4-star receiver from Rabun County High School doesn’t have a Twitter account. He doesn’t really go to prospect camps. And he’s not much into the hoopla and hype of recruiting.

But recruiters are into the 6-foot-5, 220-pound Woerner. He’s rated as the state’s No. 13 overall prospect (and my guess he’d be in the top

Ben Cleveland: UGA 5-star OL commit talks recruiting

1:05 am May. 20, 2015

UGA’s 2016 football recruiting class already has a dozen members, including a few big names.

And one of the biggest names is Ben Cleveland, a 5-star offensive lineman from Stephens County High School. He’s rated as the state’s No. 6 overall prospect.

It was Cleveland, along with 5-star quarterback Jacob Eason, who quickly bonded at UGA’s Dawg Night prospect camp last summer. Both elite recruits ended up committing to the Bulldogs together

Top UGA WR target de-commits from South Carolina

11:00 pm May. 18, 2015

The state’s top receiver is back on the free-agent market.

Kyle Davis of Archer High School de-committed from South Carolina on late Monday night.

Davis, who passes all of the eyeball tests for a receiver at 6-foot-3 and 210-pounds, had originally committed to South Carolina last summer.

Davis grew up as a fan of UGA, but the Bulldogs lost early momentum because they waited much longer than other schools to offer Davis. UGA