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How many more offensive linemen do the Dawgs have room for? Find out what Dawg Post thinks here on our updated Recruiting Board.

Offensive Line

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Position: C | Size: 6-2/285 | Hometown: Buford, Ga. - Buford
Ranking: 3-star | No. 4 C
Competitors: Committed to Georgia
Commitment timeline: Committed to Georgia on May 19, 2012
Summary: Florida was the first school to offer Cardiello and his childhood favorite Florida State offered too, but he chose to stay close to home and to play in Athens. He is one of the most sound technicians in the state.
Position: OG | Size: 6-3/305 | Hometown: Rockingham, N.C. - Richmond County
Ranking: Scout300 | 4-star | No. 3 OG
Competitors: Clemson, North Carolina, and Stanford
Commitment timeline: Planning to visit four finalists officially at this time.
Summary: Georgia got Crowder on their campus for the first time in July and things quickly changed in UGA's favor. He recently named the Dawgs as one of his four finalists and he is the only interior OL UGA would take at this time.
Position: OG | Size: 6-3/295 | Hometown: Marietta, Ga. - Walton
Ranking: Scout300 | 4-star | No. 9 OG
Competitors: Committed to Georgia
Commitment timeline: Committed to Georgia on May 23, 2012
Summary: Kublanow is known as 'The Finisher' and 'Bull' because of his style of play. He will take intensity and toughness to Athens and he could get looks at guard and center.
Position: OT | Size: 6-5/265 | Hometown: Valdosta, Ga. - Valwood
Ranking: 3-star | No. 55 OT
Competitors: Committed to Georgia
Commitment timeline: Committed to Georgia on April 6, 2012
Summary: Bynum grew up a Dawg with dreams of playing between the hedges, so he will have the opportunity to live out those dreams.
Position: OT | Size: 6-7/330 | Hometown: Milledgeville, Ga. - GMC
Ranking: 4-star JUCO OT
Competitors: Committed to Georgia
Commitment timeline: Committed to Georgia on Aug. 8, 2012
Summary: Brown was always leaning towards UGA - He took some visits, saw other places, but stayed home, and chose the Dawgs. He will graduate in December and be at UGA in January with three years to play two.
Position: OT | Size: 6-5/269 | Hometown: Atlanta, Ga. - Carver
Ranking: Scout300 | 4-star | No. 27 OT
Competitors: No official list out yet, but Georgia Tech, North Carolina, Stanford, and Vanderbilt are some of the schools.
Commitment timeline: N/A
Summary: It still appears that Crooks like UGA, but are the feelings mutual? Not a lot of contact between the two in recent weeks. UGA may not have room.
Position: OT | Size: 6-6/315 | Hometown: Suwanee, Ga. - North Gwinnett
Ranking: 3-star | No. 29 OT
Competitors: Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee
Commitment timeline: It is looking like Seymour will take official visits before he makes his decision.
Summary: Georgia is just simply running out of spots in this class and it looks like they will only take one more offensive tackle at this time and they will hold that spot for Tunsil.
Position: OT | Size: 6-6/295 | Hometown: Lake City, Fla. - Columbia
Ranking: Scout300 | 5-star | No. 1 OT
Competitors: Alabama, Florida, Florida State, LSU, Ole Miss, and USC.
Commitment timeline: Signing Day
Summary: As of the middle of August, it looks like a two team race between Alabama and Georgia. You cannot rule out Florida or Florida State with LSU being a sleeper because he has family in Louisiana.

Last Recruiting Board: August 4

Summary: Georgia has four offensive line commitments in the middle of August and it looks like they will take five or six at this time. They are currently in the running for two of the best in the country and those are likely the only two offensive linemen that could call and commit to Mark Richt at this time.

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