Georgia has had success recruiting North Carolina running backs and turning them into stars. ESPN Watch List RB Elijah Hood has taken notice and is suddenly high on the Bulldogs.
DawgNation takes a look at Georgia's Class of 2012, ranked No. 5 in the country, the signees who will make the biggest impact, who was missed and more.
Who redshirts, Marshall or Gurley? Is Josh Harvey-Clemons planning to continue the Lowndes-to-Tallahassee pipeline? DawgNation answers those questions and more as we dive into Part 2 of the NSD edition of Recruiting Mailbag.
DawgNation's Kipp Adams answers recruiting email.
Fans should look out for plenty of Georgia Bulldogs commits, as well as some long sought-after targets, who will showcase their talent in the postseason's slew of All-American HS games.
Coveted RB target Mike Davis enjoyed his visit to Georgia, and senses how much the Bulldogs need a reliable, versatile tailback like him.
Decommitted RB target Mike Davis has one question for Mark Richt: With star RB Keith Marshall on board as of Tuesday, will the coach make the running backs position an open competition?
Five-star recruit Keith Marshall, the No. 2 RB in the nation and No. 6 overall player, announces his commitment to the Georgia Bulldogs.
Top targets remaining on the board were watching, and they resoundingly applauded Georgia's efforts in going from 0-2 to the SEC East title.
Whether or not Georgia has any silent commitments, the Dawgs appear to beg in good standing with many of their top targets.
Georgia commits and targets are excited to see the showdown with Florida. Many of the prospects still are being recruited hard by the Gators.
The Dawgs are still hoping for a commitment from Keith Marshall, the nation's No. 2 RB, but there are some intriguing in-state prospects at the position.
Georgia's on-field turnaround from its 0-2 start has caught the attention of its top remaining targets in the 2012 recruiting class.
John Theus is the top-ranked player so far in the Bulldogs 2012 class, but he's doing his best to make sure he doesn't end up the top-ranked player in the class.
With 10 scholarships remaining, Georgia's wish list includes five offensive and five defensive players. Today, a look at the offensive guys, including two running backs.
The recruitment of 2013 WR Tramel Terry is far from over.