Bill Norton out of Christian Brothers (Memphis, Tennessee) signed early Wednesday morning with the Georgia Bulldogs. Norton said his relationship with defensive line coach Tray Scott pushed him toward UGA.
Ryland Goede, a tight end out of Kennesaw, signed on with the Georgia Bulldogs on Dec. 19, 2018 as part of the national early signing period. Goede tore his ACL earlier this year but UGA held true to its offer.
Knox Kadum is a three-star prospect out of Rome and a two-time state champion (Buford in 2016 and Warner Robins in 2017). Kadum has been in contact with members of the Georgia Bulldogs staff for over a month.
As long as Georgia’s recruiting success continues and the never-relax mentality of Kirby Smart lives on, one thing becomes evident in Athens. The days of narrow heartbreak in championship games won’t last forever.
University of Georgia Bulldogs hope their efforts to recruit three-star quarterback Dillon Gabriel out of Hawaii pay off as the early signing period approaches. Gabriel is also considering USC and UCF.
Many of the nation’s top prospects visited University of Georgia in Athens this weekend as Bulldogs head coach Kirby Smart and other coaches made a final recruiting push before early signing period on Dec. 19.
Mel Tucker has been one of the strongest recruiting forces for Georgia Bulldogs football. Now that he’s accepted the head coach position at University of Colorado Buffaloes, what will happen to Travon Walker?
UGA men’s basketball head coach Tom Crean is active near the bench during games — pacing, throwing arms, drinking Diet Coke. Crean, who was named head coach in March 2018, has brought new energy to the team.
Middle Georgia natives like Bulldogs quarterback Jake Fromm and right guard Trey Hill made a big difference in SEC Championship against Alabama Crimson Tide. Fromm also out-played quarterback Tua Tagovailoa.