The Telegraph's Top 50 football recruits

Telegraph StaffJanuary 5, 2013 

The Telegraph’s 50 best college prospects in Georgia.

1. DL Robert Nkemdiche, Loganville (Grayson), 6-5, 260

LSU or Mississippi

2. DL Montravius Adams, Vienna (Dooly County), 6-4, 310

Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Georgia

3. DL Carl Lawson, Milton, 6-3, 245

Committed to Auburn

4. WR Demarcus Robinson, Fort Valley (Peach County), 6-2, 195

Signed with Florida

5. DB Tray Matthews, Newnan, 6-1, 190

Committed to Georgia

6. RB Tyren Jones, Marietta (Walton), 5-9, 200

Committed to Alabama

7. RB Alvin Kamara, Norcross, 5-10, 195

Alabama or Georgia

8. DT Kelsey Griffin, Hoschton (Mill Creek), 6-2, 290

Committed to South Carolina

9. LB Trey Johnson, Lawrenceville (Central Gwinnett), 6-2, 190

Committed to Ohio State

10. DB Vonn Bell, Rossville (Ridgeland), 6-1, 190

Alabama, Ohio State, Tennessee

11. QB Anthony Jennings, Marietta, 6-2, 200

Committed to LSU

12. LB Johnny O’Neal, Dexter (West Laurens), 6-2, 225

Committed to Georgia

13. QB Brice Ramsey, Kingsland (Camden County), 6-3, 205

Committed to Georgia

14. CB Shaq Wiggins, Tyrone (Sandy Creek), 5-9, 165

Committed to Georgia

15. DL Isaac Rochell, McDonough (Eagle’s Landing Christian), 6-6, 260

Committed to Notre Dame

16. QB Joshua Dobbs, Alpharetta, 6-3, 190

Committed to Arizona State

17. OL Shamire Devine, East Point (Tri-Cities), 6-6, 350

Committed to Georgia Tech

18. DB Brendan Langley, Marietta (Kell), 6-1, 190

Committed to Georgia

19. OL Brandon Kublanow, Marietta (Walton), 6-3, 290

Committed to Georgia

20. QB Johnathon McCrary, Ellenwood (Cedar Grove), 6-4, 200

Committed to Vanderbilt

21. RB Tyshon Dye, Elberton (Elbert County), 6-0, 200

Committed to Clemson

22. LB Nigel Bowden, Macon (Central), 6-1, 230

Committed to Vanderbilt

23. ATH Rashard Fant, Fairburn (Our Lady of Mercy), 5-9, 160

Committed to Indiana

24. WR Juwaan Williams, Tucker, 6-1, 180

Florida State, Notre Dame, Oregon, Vanderbilt

25. LB Reginald Carter, Snellville (South Gwinnett), 6-1, 225

Committed to Georgia

26. OL Andy Dodd, Lindale (Pepperell), 6-4, 320

Committed to LSU

27. LB Wayne Gallman, Loganville (Grayson), 6-1, 190

Committed to Clemson

28. LB Jarrard Davis, Kingsland (Camden County), 6-3, 215

Committed to Florida

29. RB Travis Custis, Hampton (Lovejoy), 6-0, 205

Committed to Georgia Tech

30. RB Peyton Barber, Milton, 5-10, 210

Committed to Mississippi

31. ATH J.J. Green, Kingsland (Camden County), 5-8, 180

Committed to Georgia

32. WR Kyrin Priester, Snellville (Brookwood), 6-1, 180

Committed to Clemson

33. QB Eddie Printz, Marietta (Lassiter), 6-4, 210

Committed to Missouri

34. WR Johnathan Howard, Rochelle (Wilcox County), 6-4, 180

Committed to North Carolina

35. LB Shaun McGee, Snellville (Brookwood), 6-3, 230

Committed to Georgia

36. DL Naim Mustafaa, Alpharetta, 6-4, 235

Committed to Oklahoma State

37. DL Davin Bellamy, Chamblee, 6-5, 240

Committed to Florida State

38. TE Arshad Jackson, Hampton (Lovejoy), 6-6, 240

Auburn or Mississippi

39. LB David Johnson, Lithonia, 6-1, 245

Committed to South Carolina

40. OL Alan Knott, Tyrone (Sandy Creek), 6-5, 275

Committed to South Carolina

41. OL Josh Cardiello, Buford, 6-3, 280

Committed to Georgia

42. WR Ryan Jenkins, Marietta (Lassiter), 5-10, 180

Committed to Tennessee

43. ATH Cameron Sutton, Jonesboro, 6-0, 175

Committed to Tennessee

44. TE/DL Greg Taboada, Atlanta (Marist), 6-5, 240

Committed to Stanford

45. WR Marqui Hawkins, Columbus (Carver), 6-2, 190

Committed to Florida

46. DT Jay Woods, Jackson, 6-3, 280

Committed to Vanderbilt

47. OL Jeremi Hall, East Point (Tri-Cities), 6-4, 335

Committed to Georgia Tech

48. DB Quincy Mauger, Marietta (Kell), 6-0, 195

Committed to Georgia

49. WR Carlos Burse, Alpharetta, 6-2, 195

Committed to Vanderbilt

50. DL DeAndre Johnson, Newnan (Northgate), 6-3, 310

Committed to Georgia

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