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With recent South Carolina ‘flip’, Georgia sitting pretty so far for 2015

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Coming next week starting Feb. 24–Quarterback Week! We take a look at the top 2015 signal caller targets for SEC schools, talk to them about what’s on their minds … and where they might end up.

Georgia is coming off of a junior day weekend, so there’s a buzz right now about the Bulldogs and their 2015 class–which is ranked No. 7 in the nation right now. First of all, they were able to sway four-star DE  Chauncey Rivers to stay closer to his Stone Mountain home when Rivers switched from South Carolina to the Bulldogs. That was a huge pickup in the past few days. Rivers had picked up an offer on Jan. 28.

Four players have come aboard since New Years Day, and of the four high school prospects all are considered top 200 national prospects–including coveted five-star ‘athlete’ Terry Godwin, He could play cornerback, he could play wide receiver–he could probably play anywhere. Cornerback Rico McGraw is considered the No. 1 corner in the nation by some entities, and in the consensus ranking he’s No. 2.

RELATED: Every position in the 2014 signee class is rated

Editor’s note: Saturday Down South’s references to ratings follow the 247Sports.com composite rankings for high school prospects.

NAT RANK ATHLETE SCHOOL/HOMETOWN STAR POS HGT WGT
17 Terry Godwin Callaway (Hogansville, GA) 5 ATH 6’0” 165
99 Rico McGraw Ensworth (Nashville, TN) 4 DB 6’0” 190
147 Chauncey Rivers Stephenson (Stone Mountain, GA) 4 DE 6’3” 225
177 Christian Owens Griffin (Griffin, GA) 4 WR 6’5” 205
n/a DeVondre Seymour Hinds C.C. (Raymond, MS) 3 OL 6’6″ 315

 





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  1. With the abundance of talent in GA this year, we may see a few go elsewhere, but UGA has a great shot at having an elite class.

  2. UGA needs OL and WR in 2015 class.

  3. Trent Thompson is a must get for UGA.

  4. Brian, just like Larmey Tunsil? It’s nice to hear the prospective Nation #1 player is a solid UGA but until they sign you just never know. Thx for the update.

    • First time I ever met Laremy was out at a summer workout at Lake City Columbia, and he was decked out in Florida State stuff (and Columbia is a pipeline to FSU, usually)…..I think he liked toying with people. Nice kid, man of few words and a lot of smiles … and a playful side when it came to recruiting.