Friday, July 15, 2011

Dawgs Reeling In Recruits


In what may well go down as the biggest single recruiting night in Georgia football history, the Dawgs get commitments from John Theus, a top ten national recruit at offensive tackle for the class of 2012 from the Bolles School in Jacksonville, Florida.

DSC_2639Moments later Brice Ramsey from Camden County tells the staff that his heart has always been at UGA and he becomes the first member of the class of 2013. Ramsey is likely to be the number one quarterback in the country.

Derrick Henry is just down I-95 from Camden County in Yulee, Florida, he’s 6-4, 225 pounds with above average speed, he will get strong consideration as the number one player in Florida in 2013 and is on track to break the all time rushing record for the state. Henry committed to Coach Richt right after Ramsey did.

Tramel Terry has been working with Ramsey most of the summer at various 7 on 7 camps, he’s a 6 foot, 180 pound speedster with great hands and quickly became the go to receiver for Ramsey. Terry became the third member of the 2013 class. Terry, like Henry will be strongly considered for the top player in the state of South Carolina.

2014 seems a long way away but for running back Stanley Williams it can’t get here fast enough. Williams became the first member of the class of 2014 shortly after running a 4.28 forty for the coaching staff. Williams is only 5’8’’ and 175 pounds but he is lightning quick, he attends Apalachee High School in Bethlehem, Georgia.

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