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.
Largely whiffing on the Peach State's best recruits doesn't mean the Georgia Bulldogs have been doomed. Contrarily, UGA excels in spite of that.
After Alabama signed four 2013 running backs Wednesday, Nick Saban said he didn't agree with assumptions being made about the team's depth chart.
Among the ways Brice Ramsey is trying to make sure he's part of a premier Georgia Bulldogs signing class: Go watch the guy who ended his playoff run.
Alabama might haul in the nation's top class for the second year in a row if the Tide can land a couple more top talents
In this week's DawgNation recruiting mailbag, Kipp Adams discusses what such a large and nearly full Class of 2013 means for the top Georgia targets still out there.
DawgNation looks at the top 10 targets available for the Georgia Bulldogs -- already loaded with 28 commitments for the Class of 2013 -- as football season begins.
Tracking Georgia Bulldogs commits and targets for the class of 2013 and providing updates on UGA recruiting.
The DawgNation recruiting mailbag this week covers several questions that all seem to branch from one cataclysmic recruiting event: the possibility that four-star commit Derrick Henry could jump ship and roll to the Tide.
Robert Nkemdiche, the nation's No. 1 prospect, and Derrick Henry, whose commitment to the Bulldogs seems to be wavering, are among five top prospects worthy of the UGA coaches' best efforts.
The Georgia coaching staff is in good shape with at least five of its top targets, including coveted ESPN 150 four-star DT Montravius Adams.
With names like Brice Ramsey and Derrick Henry, Georgia either has landed commitments from or is in hot pursuit of some of the top prospects of 2013 in the backfield.
One look at the Bulldogs' recruiting board shows Georgia's dire need for playmakers at the wide receiver and tight end positions.
ESPN 150 running back Alvin Kamara said Saturday he plans to join Reuben Foster and Tray Matthews at either Alabama or Georgia, once his fellow ESPN 150 members decide which one is going to flip.
The initial ESPN 150 for the 2013 recruiting class was announced today, and the latest rankings prove once again that Georgia is one of the premier states in elite football talent.
With the spring evaluation period approaching, USC looks to further the momentum it gained with the recent commitments of Chris Hawkins and Max Browne.