Georgia has another top-10 class lined up for national signing day, but its final ranking next week could rise or fall depending on how the Bulldogs finish within their own state -- particularly whether they land their top remaining target, Lorenzo Carter.
about 322 days ago | David Ching | Georgia Bulldogs
With the camp season over and the fall season rapidly approaching, DawgNation takes a look back at the biggest recruiting news of the summer. 1. Summer has been very, very good to Georgia Heading into June, Georgia had five commitments, after going without one in May.
about 513 days ago | Kipp Adams | NCF On The Trail
ATHENS, Ga. -- The annual Dawg Night recruiting camp at the University of Georgia always draws some of the region's most coveted prospects. This year was no different, and four of them decided to become Bulldogs.
about 519 days ago | Radi Nabulsi and Kipp Adams | Georgia Bulldogs
ATHENS, Ga. -- The Georgia coaching staff is using new technology to pull in old-school football players. Messages on Facebook and Twitter as well as the tried-and-true handwritten letters are helping the staff cast its nets where the fish are, so to speak.
about 542 days ago | Radi Nabulsi | Georgia Bulldogs
Georgia's recruiting momentum has grown so strong now that it is even sweeping up prospects committed to other schools. After landing five recruits in a span of seven days, the Bulldogs have not slowed down at all and now have another commitment.
about 543 days ago | Radi Nabulsi and Kipp Adams | NCF On The Trail
ATHENS, Ga. -- When the spring evaluation period started on April 15, the Georgia Bulldogs trailed most of the other teams in the SEC with only three commitments. By the time the period ended on May 31, Georgia had picked up two more and was poised to have a big June.
about 545 days ago | Radi Nabulsi | Georgia Bulldogs