For the first time in a long while, Rodney Garner will not be representing Georgia on the recruiting trail. Chris Wilson replaces him, and so far, that is just fine with recruits.
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 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.
The Georgia Bulldogs have plenty of big names coming in for the one-day Mark Richt Camp on Saturday.
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.
Talented O-lineman Brandon Kublanow has long conisdered an offer from UGA to be a dream, but a host of other programs thought the same of him. He took his time through the recruiting process, but followed his heart Wednesday and became a Bulldog.
Shamire Devine came into the Atlanta NFTC with a reputation as a gentle giant. That changed in a hurry. Plus, updates on OL Orlando Brown Jr., LB Trey Johnson, QB Eddie Printz and more.
Among the prospects who stood out at Saturday's NFTC in Buford, Ga., were two rising juniors who hold offers from Georgia.
Athlete J.J. Green wasn't sure he would commit to Georgia -- until he visited Georgia. The talented two-way player sealed the deal with a verbal commitment Monday.
Carrying on the best start to a recruiting year in the Mark Richt era, Snellville, Ga., linebacker Reggie Carter committed Monday to the Georgia Bulldogs.
Injuries and attrition on the O-line could soon leave the Bulldogs in dire straits, so in 2013 Georgia will look to finally build the type of depth needed to dominate the line of scrimmage.
Georgia and defensive coordinator Todd Grantham will have to hit the recruiting trail hard this year in order to fill some pending big holes along the defensive line.
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.