Signing Day Megathread: Who Has Signed With Georgia
5-star quarterback Justin Fields:
5-star quarterback Justin Fields of Harrison High School, in Kennesaw, GA was wearing all red when he made it official that he will be a Dawg.
Fields completes the three year stretch of Georgia reeling in a 5-star quarterback. An incredible accomplishment.
5-star defensive end Brenton Cox:
Shortly after picking up a commitment from 5-star offensive tackle Cade Mays, Georgia received more good news in the form of another 5-star.
Brenton Cox, a 5-star defensive end out of Stockbridge, Georgia, has committed to The University of Georgia during a ceremony at Stockbridge High School.
After an official visit to Athens over the weekend weekend, the 6-5, 250 pounder had been trending for the Bulldogs. Cox, who de-committed from Ohio State 2 weeks ago, chose Georgia over the Buckeyes and Alabama.
5-star running back Zamir White:
Georgia commit Zamir White, joined by his parents, put pen to paper during a ceremony at Scotland High School (Laurinburg, NC), officially making him a Georgia Bulldog
White rushed for 2,086 yards on 148 carries and added 41 total touchdowns this season.
He ranks as the nation’s No. 1 running back, number 6 rated player overall and top player in the tar heel state.
5-star outside linebacker Adam Anderson:
During a ceremony at Sports and Social restaurant and lounge in Atlanta, Anderson reaffirmed his commitment to Georgia.
“I want to represent my home state,” Anderson said shortly before signing.
Anderson ranks as the nation’s 18th overall player, top outside linebacker and 4th player in the state of Georgia.
5-star offensive tackle Cade Mays:
5-star offensive tackle Cade Mays, out of Knoxville, Tennessee, has committed to the University of Georgia in a ceremony at Knoxville Catholic School.
“I just fell in love with Athens when I went there,” Mays said on ESPNU following his commitment.
The 6-6, 318 pound lineman ranks as the nation’s 16th overall player, second ranked offensive tackle and best player in the state of Tennessee.
5-star offensive guard Jamaree Salyer:
Jamaree Salyer is critical for the Dawgs. With Georgia trying to keep top recruits home and protect its borders, signing Salyer sends a strong signal.
Salyer was in Athens last weekend for his tenth-plus trip to UGA. He is the No.1 rated offensive lineman in the country and the No. 3 overall recruit from the state of Georgia.
4-star tight end Luke Ford:
During a ceremony at his high school, Luke Ford, a tight end out Carterville, Illinois, committed and signed with the University of Georgia.
Ford is rated as a four-star prospect, the nation’s top tight end, 83rd player in the country and best player in the state of Illinois.
4-star offensive lineman Warren Ericson:
The 4-star offensive lineman, who can play guard, center or tackle on the offensive line, committed to Georgia back in June and has now signed with the Dawgs.
Ericson ranks as the nation’s 268th player and 29th in the state of Georgia.
4-star outside linebacker Channing Tindall:
Tindall ranks as a 4-star outside linebacker. The 6-2, 215 pounder is rated as the nation’s 91st overall player, 5th ranked outside linebacker and 2nd ranked player in South Carolina.
4-star defensive tackle Devonte Wyatt:
Kirby Smart introduced Wyatt, who is currently practicing with the team, to reporters following Georgia’s practice on Wednesday.
Wyatt is a four-star JUCO prospect who signed with Georgia as a member of the 2017 class. However, he was not able to qualify and enroll at UGA. After spending a year Hutchinson Community College, Wyatt is ready try again with Georgia.
4-star tight end John FitzPatrick:
On July 13th, FitzPatrick committed to Georgia, and on the morning of Wednesday, December 20th, he signed with the Dawgs.
FitzPatrick ranks as the nation’s 322nd prospect, 16th ranked tight end and 35th player in the state of Georgia.
4-star wide receiver Kearis Jackson:
On Wednesday, December 20, Jackson made it official, signing with the Bulldogs.
The 5-foot-11, 203 pounder ranks as the nation’s 117th overall prospect, No. 22 wide receiver, No. 16 in Georgia.
4-star offensive guard Trey Hill:
Donning a slick, red velvet jacket, the nation’s second ranked offensive guard Trey Hill put pen to paper, officially making him a Georgia Bulldog.
Hill (6’4,” 346 pound), out of Houston County High School in Warner Robins, Georgia, committed UGA on Dec. 11th in a video.
4-star cornerback Divaad Wilson:
Divaad Wilson, a 4-star cornerback out of Miami, has committed to Georgia over Florida, Alabama, UCF.
In an epic act of deception, Wilson pulled a Georgia hat out from under the table to commit to the Dawgs. Many were left puzzled when it was seen that only an Alabama, UCF and Gators hat was present.
4-star running back James Cook:
Running back James Cook has signed with the Georgia Bulldogs.
Cook committed to Georgia in October and on Wednesday morning, the 4-star running back signed with UGA.
Cook ranks as the nation’s 18th overall player, 3rd ranked and 6th ranked player out of Florida.
4-star cornerback Chris Smith:
Smith, out of Hapeville Charter School in Atlanta, ranks as the nation’s 295th overall player, 29th ranked cornerback and 34th player in the state of Georgia.
Rocking a Georgia bow-tie, Smith signed in style.
4-star defensive end Azeez Ojulari:
Azeez Ojulari, a 4-star defensive end out of Marietta, Georgia, has officially signed with UGA.
Standing at 6-4 and 224 pounds, Ojulari ranks as the nation’s 133rd overall player, 8th ranked weakside defensive end and 19th player in the state of Georgia.
3-star kicker Jake Camarda:
Jake Camarda, rated as a 3-star kicker, committed to Georgia in April and has now made things official with the Dawgs.
Rated as the nation’s top kicker/punter, Camarda looks to continue in the long line of great Georgia special teamers.
3-star offensive lineman Owen Condon:
Owen Condon, out of Bishop McGuiness High School in Oklahoma City, committed to UGA back in June, but on Wednesday morning, Condon made things official.
Condon ranks as the nation’s 476th player, 37th ranked tackle and 8th player in the state of Oklahoma.