National Signing Day 2013 is only five days away, and the Georgia Bulldogs are expected to sign another Top 10 class.
Mark Richt and the Georgia Bulldogs currently have 29 verbal commitments. Of those 29 recruits, 13 are already enrolled at UGA.
Rivals.com currently ranks Georgia’s 2013 class 10th in the nation. They can certainly move up on signing day if they secure a few of their top remaining targets. Let’s take a look at them:
Alvin Kamara – RB (Norcross, GA)
It’s a battle between Alabama and Georgia for this 4-star running back. Some people believe he was a Georgia lean until he attended the Alabama-Notre Dame game.
Davin Bellamy – DE (Chamblee, GA)
Georgia appears to be the team to beat for Bellamy, who recently decommitted from Florida State. But the Dawgs are battling Tennessee for his signature. He is also considering Oregon.
Dee Liner – DL (Muscle Shoals, AL)
Liner, a former Auburn commitment, initiated contact with UGA. Mark Richt visited the 4-star recruit on Friday and now Liner will reportedly make an official visit to Athens this weekend.
Laremy Tunsil – OT (Lake City, FL)
Tunsil is rated as the no. 1 offensive tackle in the country by Rivals.com. Georgia has been after him hard for two years and would love to have the 5-star tackle. Alabama and Ole Miss are also players.
- Well, there goes that. Tunsil is now reportedly a “heavy lean” or a “done deal” to Ole Miss depending on which recruiting site you visit.
Montravius Adams – DT (Vienna, GA)
Georgia needs to reload on the defensive line, and they appear close to getting 5-star defensive tackle Montravius Adams. The other team to beat for his signature appears to be Clemson.
Reuben Foster – LB (Auburn, AL)
Foster, rated 5-stars by Rivals.com, was committed to Auburn until head coach Gene Chizik was fired along with Trooper Taylor. He is still leaning towards the Tigers, but if Georgia can somehow get a commitment from Dee Liner, they might get one from Foster too.
Toby Johnson – DL (Hutchinson, KS)
Johnson, a 4-star JUCO recruit, is widely considered to be a Georgia lean. He is also considering Auburn, Mississippi State, and Oklahoma and will make his announcement on Feb. 12.
Georgia also got some good news yesterday when Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College defensive back Kennar Johnson, a UGA commitment, said that he will be able to enroll in May. Johnson was set to enroll early in Athens, but couldn’t due to a transfer rule. He appealed and won, but classes at UGA had already been in session for two weeks.
As we do each year, Sicemdawgs.com will post the 2013 Georgia Bulldog signees as they come in. We will also have a Live Signing Day Updates Post & Comment Thread.