Dawgs All Over Scout.com Top 300

ATHENS – Georgia's class of 2010 is well represented in the most recent update of Scout.com's Top 300.

Newnan safety Alec Ogletree is the top-ranked prospect currently committed to the Bulldogs. Scout.com considers Ogletree the 12th-best player in the country, and the second-best player committed to an SEC program.

Douglass defensive tackle Garrison Smith is ranked #17 by Scout.com. Smith is the top defensive tackle tanked in the current Top 300. He is also considered a five-star prospect.

Calhoun wide receiver Da' Rick Rogers is considered the #53 player in the country right now. He is listed as the #11 overall wide receiver in the nation. Jacksonville offensive lineman Brent Benedict is listed as the 56th-best player in the country by Scout, and is considered the #6 offensive tackle in the country. Southwest DeKalb star T.J. Striplingchecks in at #66, and is considered the #12 defensive end in the country.

Georgia is tied with Texas and Florida for the most players in the top 100. The Bulldogs trial only the Horns and Gators in average star ranking with a 3.83 average stars. Georgia has the fourth-best class in the country, trailing only Texas, Oklahoma and Alabama. The Dawgs are in front of LSU, Florida, Penn State, Stanford, Texas A&M and Tennessee in the top ten. Rivals Auburn (#25) and Georgia Tech (#29) are well behind the Dawgs in 2010 recruiting.

B.J. Butler (#128), Jalen Fields (#165), Kolton Houston (#195), Nickell Robey (#236), Demetre Baker (#241), Ken Malcome (#279) and Dexter Morant (#283) round out the Dawgs on the list.

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