Top 10 O-line prospects from the state of Georgia since 2008


It’s fun to look back and see which prognostications were correct and which were way off. When it comes to the state of Georgia, the recruiting rankings haven’t been far off when rating offensive linemen the last few years.

Since 2008, the No. 1 ranked offensive lineman coming out of the state of Georgia is Ju’Wuan James–who did not disappoint at Tennessee and who has a bright future at the next level. Also, Georgia hasn’t exactly hogged all the O-line talent in the past few years, but it has managed to get 6 of the state’s top 10 guys since 2008. Georgia Tech hasn’t gotten any.

Here’s a look at the top O-line recruits that came from the state of Georgia since ’08.

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

1. Ja’Wuan James 2010 Tennessee Suwanee .9845 All-SEC career
2. A.J. Harmon 2008 Georgia Louisville .9605 Transferred to Alab. St.
3. Brandon Greene 2011 Alabama Ellenwood .9445 Back at OT after being TE
4. Vadal Alexander 2012 LSU Buford .9311 Stud left guard is ready
5. Chris Burnette 2009 Georgia Lagrange .9262 Could get drafted this week
6. Brandon Kublanow 2013 Georgia Marietta .9204 Nine games as true fresh.
7. Kolton Houston 2010 Georgia Buford .9192 Unique story, played in 2013
8. Cordy Glenn 2008 Georgia Riverdale .9108 Has started 2 yrs in NFL
9. Joe Harris 2012 South Carolina Lithonia .9107 Didn’t qualify
10. Dyshon Sims 2014 Georgia Valdosta .9084 Huge pickup for ‘Dawgs




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