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UGA Football Recruiting Update – November 13, 2016

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UGA football recruiting update as of November 13, 2016.


The Bulldogs’ future at the quarterback position is looking pretty bright. With Jacob Eason’s era underway, Jake Fromm is leading the charge for the nation’s No. 4 recruiting class, but Georgia is eyeing another big arm down the road.

Five-star prospect Trevor Lawrence, the No. 1 quarterback and No. 1 overall player in the 2018 recruiting class, was in Athens this past weekend for the Bulldogs’ 13-7 upset win over Auburn.

They’ll have to fight off Clemson, though. Dabo Swinney’s Tigers are the biggest threat to land Lawrence.

UGA also had 5-star recruit Walker Little, the No. 2 offensive tackle and No. 16 overall player, on campus this past weekend.

The 6-foot-8, 305-pound offensive lineman likes the program in Athens, but it seems as though he’s headed for either Stanford or his home-state Texas Longhorns.

Note: Scout rankings and ratings used in this article.

UGA Football Recruiting Update


Complete Class

  • No. 4 Overall Class
  • Total Commits: 16
  • 5-Star Commits: 1
  • 4-Star Commits: 13
  • 3-Star Commits: 2
  • Jake Fromm: 5-Star, No. 3 QB, No. 29 Overall
  • Andrew Thomas: 4-Star, No. 10 OT, No. 64 Overall
  • Robert Beal: 4-Star, No. 8 DE, No. 73 Overall
  • Toneil Carter Jr.: 4-Star, No. 8 RB, No. 82 Overall
  • D’antne Demery: 4-Star, No. 12 OT, No. 79 Overall
  • D’Andre Swift: 4-Star, No. 4, RB, No. 33 Overall
  • Jaden Hunter: 4-Star, No. 14 OLB, No. 188 Overall
  • Walter Grant: 4-Star, No. 7 OLB, No. 92 Overall
  • Mark Webb: 4-Star, No. 48 WR, Unranked Overall
  • Richard LeCounte: 4-Star, No. 2 S, No. 37 Overall
  • Trey Blount: 4-Star, No. 24 WR, No. 168 Overall
  • Netori Johnson: 4-Star, No. 7 OG, No. 147 Overall
  • William Poole III: 4-Star, No. 18 CB, No. 166 Overall
  • Justin Shaffer: 4-Star, No. 17 OG, No. 270 Overall
  • Devonte Wyatt: 3-Star, No. 49 DT, Unranked Overall
  • Matt Landers: 3-Star, No. 53 WR, Unranked Overall

Top Targets

  • Cam Akers: 5-Star, No. 2 RB, No. 4 Overall
  • DeAngelo Gibbs: 5-Star, No. 2 ATH, No. 12 Overall
  • Nate McBride: 4-Star, No. 4 ILB, No. 91 Overall
  • Justin Foster: 4-Star, No. 16 OLB, No. 199 Overall
  • Malik Herring: 4-Star, No. 17 DE, No. 212 Overall

Tweet Of The Week

Four-star running back Toneil Carter Jr. enjoyed his time in Athens for his official visit.

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