Friday, March 31, 2023

Georgia Football League 2023: Live updates on drafting class, commitments and signings

Some key targets in Georgia’s football program will announce their college plans on Wednesday as part of the 2023 National Signing Day. Below, you can find live updates from the day as well as the latest information on Georgia signees and commitments.

Georgia is ranked #2 in the signing category for the 2023 recruiting cycle. Top targets to watch include Dawsey Robinson, Walker Lyons, Jamal Merryweather and Ellis Robinson.

Georgian Football Live Updates on National Signing Day 2023

Update 13:10: An SEC rival in Georgia got a big boost on National Signing Day when 5-star prospect Nichols Harbor announced his commitment to the South Carolina Gamecocks.

Harbor is one of the best athletes in the country and a legitimate track star. He could be a next-level running back or tight end, as he’s listed at 6-foot-5 and 225 pounds. This is Shane Beamer’s first 5-star commitment since becoming South Carolina’s head coach.

The Gamecocks now have the No. 16 draft class for the 2023 tournament based on the On3 Consensus Ranking. Georgia defeated South Carolina in each of Beamer’s first two seasons, but the Gamecocks moved markedly under Beamer. South Carolina ended the season with wins over Tennessee and Clemson.

Update 12:30 pm: However, Georgia fell short of one of its tight end targets, as the Walker Lions announced they would remain with USC.

This comes as a minor setback, as Georgia and Utah were seen as favorites to take down Lyons on National Signing Day.

Connected: Georgia tight end target Walker Lions commits to USC

Lyons would not play college football the following season, as he would attend a Mormon mission.

Lions was one of four Georgia targets to watch at Wednesday’s National Signing Day minimum. Deuce Robinson, the nation’s top-tier prospect, deserves a watch, even if he thought he wouldn’t sign Wednesday. He is considering Major League Baseball as well as USC.

Even without Lyon’s commitment to Georgia, it speaks to the work Georgia has done with tight ends in recent years that Lyon did after signing Pierce Spurlin and Lawson Lucky in the early signing period. must have considered Georgia.

“I think the way we used it at Georgia definitely helped,” tight ends coach Todd Hartley told DogNation before the national championship win over TCU. “Coach Monken has done an amazing job of being unique and creative in how we use tight ends and personnel. The kids see that and appreciate it.

“The other thing is that the University of Georgia is the best school in the country. From academics to social life and athletics, you will not find a better institution than this. I strongly believe in that.”

Georgia has yet to sign a letter of intent for tackle Jamal Meriweather. The Bulldogs will learn what 5-star Ellis Robinson is doing on Wednesday, but he is the No. 1 linebacker in the 2024 drafting class.

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