It was another successful signing day for the Georgia Bulldogs as Georgia finished 3rd overall in the 247 Sports Mixed Rankings.
The Bulldogs signed all 20 of their duties and landed a 5 star player in the Xavier Chori Jr.
Sore was one of the 5 star signatories in the class, as he teamed up with Amarius Mims, Brock Vandocrif and Smile Monton.
Georgia also signed on as one of the best players from the state of Georgia, signing seven Bulldogs in the top 11 chances from the state of Georgia.
“It’s close to home class, which may have been driven by Govt and more kids wanting to be closer to home, which is important to us,” said Georgia coach Kirby Smart. “We always say, ‘Take care of the state first.’ I’m sitting here with one of these [signing] A few days ago it was not like that, it does not mean that we did not feature in our home area, but the guys are definitely more comfortable taking care of them because they want to be close to their families and have their families come to see them play.
Doc Nation team members Jeff Sentel and Mike Griffith discuss which Bulldogs have the best shot at making an immediate impact and who is the best player in the class for a long time.
The group also discusses some topics and travels along with former Georgia tight end Randy McMichael.
On other topics in this week’s episode:
- Any Georgia players benefit the most from coming back
- Latest on Arik Gilbert
- Georgia remains to sign the 2021 recruitment cycle
- What does it mean for Georgia to lose D’John Warren to Jackson State for both projects
- Georgia will seek revenge against Vanderbilt after canceling the final game of the season
- McMichael also shares his thoughts on Georgia’s season and what’s next
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