Tracking Georgia Bulldogs commits and targets for the class of 2013 and providing updates on UGA recruiting.
Another day, another lost recruit for Georgia. This time it's four-star wide receiver Kyrin Priester of Snellville, Ga.
Four-star running back Derrick Henry out of Yulee, Fla., decommits from Georgia on Wednesday, almost one year after committing on Dawg Night in 2011.
In the latest ESPN 150 rankings, Georgia commit Shaq Wiggins bolted more than 50 spots up the list
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.
Brice Ramsey had nothing to prove, but the UGA quarterback commitment wasn't afraid to test himself against a loaded field at the Atlanta Elite 11 Regional.
Of the Georgia Bulldogs' eight commits so far in the Class of 2013, seven are considering early enrollment, which could help clear the way for Georgia to sign around 30 recruits next year.
After he committed to UGA last summer, WR Tramel Terry faced backlash in his home state of South Carolina. He took a step back to reconsider, but finally realized his heart is with Georgia.
In the rapidly accelerating world of recruiting, getting prospects to decide during the summer before their junior year is not enough for college coaches, as they look to reel in top talent sooner and sooner. Thus was born the junior day.
DawgNation takes a closer look at Georgia's top 10 out-of-state targets -- each of whom already gets high marks on the ESPNU 150 Watch List.
DawgNation takes a look at what will be Georgia's most pressing areas of need for 2013, and which targets at those positions are early standouts.
So far UGA has three 2013 commitments, and all three made ESPNU's Top 100 preview for the class. DawgNation looks at all of the Bulldogs' targets on the list and discusses why UGA should pursue them.
Georgia has had several recruits commit earlier than usual. It has created an interesting trend for Bulldogs coaches and recruits alike.
Aaron Murray's staying power could alter Georgia's depth at QB, along with Orson Charles' decision on the NFL shifting things at TE. A look at Georgia's early 2012 depth chart.