Three Major Recruits Left On Georgia's Board

Three Major Recruits Left On Georgia's Board

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Three Major Recruits Left On Georgia's Board

Georgia made great use of college football’s early signing period, signing six 5-star players and propelling into the top spot in the class rankings.

Kirby Smart and staff are not done, though, as February’s national signing day is a little over a month away.

With signing day-round-two on the horizon, here are three players Georgia would love to land to enhance its 2018 class.

5-star cornerback Isaac Taylor-Stuart:

Could Kirby really add another 5-star to this class? Maybe, but he’ll have to go after Taylor-Stuart with everything he’s got. The nation’s second ranked cornerback decided to hold off on making an early signing day announcement, and instead will wait until February.

Southern Cal is considered the favorite to land the San Diego native, but Taylor-Stuart did include Georgia in his top six schools, along with USC, Texas, Alabama, Oklahoma and Texas A&M.

4-star defensive tackle Rick Sandidge:

Rick Sandidge is a defensive tackle from Concord, North Carolina, just outside of Charlotte. At 6-5, 288 pounds, the senior ranks as the nation’s 131st overall player, 10th ranked defensive tackle and sixth player from the Tar Heel State.

Sandidge recently released a top-three of South Carolina, Georgia and North Carolina.

The Gamecocks are seen as the heavy favorite to land Sandidge, but Kirby has a good bit of time left to work his magic.

4-star wide receiver Tommy Bush:

Tommy Bush is a 4-star wide receiver out of Schertz, Texas, near San Antonio. The 6-5 receiver ranks as the nation’s 193rd overall player, 37th at his position and 23rd in the state of Texas.

Bush is an absolute freak of an athlete, who can go up high and snag the ball or can blow past you with his speed. Bush visited Athens last weekend and seemed to enjoy his time there.

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