Georgia missed on landing a top-ten back in 2013. With seven targets in the 2014 class, the Bulldogs are focused on landing some big-name backs.
UGA O-line commit Brandon Kublanow knows his good friend Tyren Jones is committed to Bama, but that won't stop him or the UGA staff from working to sway the running back to the Bulldogs.
The ESPN 150 athlete from Marietta, Ga., says his heart is with Alabama -- but Georgia is among four SEC East schools next on his list.
Among the prospects who stood out at Saturday's NFTC in Buford, Ga., were two rising juniors who hold offers from Georgia.
For Tyrone (Ga.) Sandy Creek receiver Demarre Kitt, the college offers couldn't come soon enough. Now the rising junior is mapping out a busy schedule of visits to favorites Auburn, Alabama, Clemson and Georgia, while the offers keep pouring in.
New Georgia commit Shaq Wiggins takes hits all too often for his diminutive stature. He uses it as motivation, and the result has been schools including Georgia and Alabama coming after him.
Elite Georgia junior prospects Reuben Foster and Tray Matthews are virtually inseparable. Despite being committed to different schools, both players expect to play on the same team in college.
Juco LB Shannon Brown hope to enroll early at the college of his choice, which appears to be a two-team race between Georgia and Alabama.
2013 LB Garrett Sickels is barely into the recruting process and already has offers from the likes of Alabama, Georgia and Notre Dame.
Dillon Lee says he still is committed to Alabama, but he follows Georgia because his older brother Dallas plays on the Bulldogs O-line.