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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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Past articles by Jeff:

4-star offensive lineman commits to Bulldogs

Dylan Fairchild is a state heavyweight wrestling champion and an All-American football player from W... → Read More

Georgia recruit Kelee Ringo, nation’s top cornerback, reveals his college choice

Kelee Ringo, the top-ranked cornerback in the nation in the 247Sports Composite, announced Saturday... → Read More

5-star recruit from Las Vegas chooses Georgia at Under Armour game

Darnell Washington, the No. → Read More

Another 4-star offensive lineman commits to Georgia

Sedrick Van Pran has blown the whistle on his college recruiting journey, committing to Georgia Satu... → Read More

Georgia lands nation’s No. 4 running back in Kendall Milton

Kendall Milton committed to Georgia for the second time on Monday. The nation’s No. → Read More

Kirby Smart would rather slow things on the recruiting trail

Kirby Smart wants to see his players cut it loose on the field. But on the recruiting trail? → Read More

Marietta recruit opens up about his plans, UGA interest

Arik Gilbert clearly is one of the most wanted prospects in the nation in the Class of 2020. → Read More

Georgia signs nation’s top recruit Nolan Smith

Nolan Smith became the first signee for Georgia football in 2019. Smith, the nation’s No. → Read More

Bulldogs add quarterback to 2019 Class

John Rhys Plumlee didn’t see two major hurdles standing in his way in Athens. → Read More

Updates on Georgia football recruiting

A number of big recruiting targets will be in Athens for an unofficial visit weekend that will carry... → Read More

National Signing Day: Will UGA dethrone Alabama as recruiting champ?

Six 5-star athletes sign with UGA in December | More UGA Alabama will not have the nation&rsqu... → Read More

Harrison High QB Fields, nation’s No. 1 prospect, commits to UGA

The decision came down at a private pep rally. → Read More

Tech target signs financial aid papers with UGA

Demetris Robertson had a very good official visit to UGA this weekend. → Read More

What’s going on with Tech target Demetris Robertson?

Demetris Robertson made headlines today. → Read More

Eason's coach to UGA fans: Put razor blades away

Should DawgNation be worried about 5-star quarterback Jacob Eason? → Read More

Metro Atlanta standout commits to Clemson

Metro Atlanta standout Tremayne Anchrum, Jr. committed to Clemson over Nebraska on Thursday in a ceremony at McEachern High School. Anchrum, a senior offensive tackle at McEachern, said he arrived at the decision earlier this week. → Read More

REWIND: Monday’s Live UGA Football Recruiting Chat The AJC's Jeff Sentell hosted another recruiting chat at 4 pm on Monday on Periscope. What did he say? Was the crowded receiver position be discussed? You bet it was. https://twitter. → Read More

5-star DE has Auburn up top, but Bama and UGA are right there

Marlon Davidson has told the AJC that if National Signing Day was this Wednesday, he’d go to Auburn.  The Greenville, Ala., defensive end would be a huge pull for defensive line coach Rodney Garner and first-year defensive coordinator Will Mushchamp. → Read More

Wednesday’s AJC Recruiting Rewind

Who says nothing happens in college football recruiting once high school practices start up. Georgia’s prep programs have already started practicing and most of the South has either joined in the heat acclimation or will start next week. That didn’t matter. → Read More

Alabama drops from No. 1 to 5 for UGA legacy

Westlake junior Jaden Hunter has had a busy month. He's spent the majority of a week at Florida State, missed UGA's Dawg Night and also visited LSU during July. Those travels caused the UGA legacy to re-think his recruiting leaderboard this summer. Alabama's down. Way down. → Read More