Numbers are getting Tight

Who's left on the Georgia recruiting board? They now sit at 30 verbal commitments, so who could fill those final spots in the 2013 class?

It is truly crunch time for the Georgia Bulldog coaching staff now. November is coming to an end and they have 30 verbal commitments with just over two months to go before National Signing Day.

Over the past week, they lost Steven Nelson, but they added Brendan Langley, Jonathon Rumph, and Kennar Johnson.

Langley could help UGA on offense or defense, but his home long term is likely cornerback. Do not be surprised if he does get some reps at receiver though.

Rumph is a 6-foot-5, 205 pound wide receiver and the JUCO star will give the Dawgs that big target inside the red zone immediately. He is not a blazer, but he is fast enough, and he will create mismatches on the outside.

Johnson is a free safety with great range and size. He has a very good feel for the secondary and the Dawgs quietly targeted him for about nine months.

All three of those commitments are set to enroll at Georgia in January.

It looks like UGA could sign as many as 36 in this class and they have 30 now, so who could fill those final six slots?

Dawg Post takes a look at who we feel at UGA's top six targets today right here:

Montravius Adams | DT | 6-3/295 | Vienna, Ga. - Dooly County
Biggest Competition: Auburn and Clemson are the two to watch right now. Auburn led at one time, but Clemson may be higher up his list than Auburn right now.
Georgia's Chances: Average
Decision Timeline: Likely late in January or on Signing Day.
Quick Hitter: Adams may be the top overall prospect in the country when talking about upside. He is an in-state prospect UGA cannot lose.

Reuben Foster | LB | 6-1/245 | Auburn, Ala. - Auburn
Biggest Competition: Auburn
Georgia's Chances: Below Average
Decision Timeline: Foster plans to take visits in January.
Quick Hitter: Gene Chizik is out, so now what for Foster? He will stay and look to see who the new staff before reacting, but the Dawgs have their foot in the door. Foster will play as a true freshman for any school he signs with.

Toby Johnson | DE | 6-3/296 | Hutchinson, Kansas - Hutchinson C.C.
Biggest Competition: Auburn, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Tennessee.
Georgia's Chances: Good
Decision Timeline: He is graduating in December, so he is likely to make his decision the second or third week of December.
Quick Hitter: Johnson injured his knee recently, so he is likely to redshirt in 2013, but the Dawgs are still in pursuit. UGA would like for him to play end in their 3-4 scheme.

Alvin Kamara | RB | 5-10/194 | Norcross, Ga. - Norcross
Biggest Competition: Alabama is the main competitor for UGA at this time. Oregon may get a visit too.
Georgia's Chances: Above Average
Decision Timeline: He could just commit any random day, but it is likely to be in early 2013.
Quick Hitter: Kamara is a back with speed and quickness, but he can catch the ball like a receiver. He would be a real weapon and playmaker in the UGA offense.

Laremy Tunsil | OT | 6-6/295 | Lake City, Fla. - Columbia
Biggest Competition: Alabama is the real threat to UGA, but can Florida and Florida State ever be completely ruled out?
Georgia's Chances: Above Average
Decision Timeline: From the beginning he has planned to take it to Signing Day.
Quick Hitter: Tunsil has really improved a lot over the past year. He has developed physically, he is playing with an attitude, and he would play immediately at UGA.

Jaquay Williams | WR | 6-2/205 | Fork Union, Va. - Fork Union Mil. Aca.
Biggest Competition: Auburn and Texas A&M.
Georgia's Chances: Good
Decision Timeline: Williams is on track to be an mid year graduate, so a December decision is the plan.
Quick Hitter: UGA made a strong push for Williams late last year while he was committed to Auburn, but they couldn't flip him. He is a real play-maker with so much upside as a receiver. He is great in jump ball situations and he can really stretch the field.

Others to Watch: Tyrone Crowder (Offensive guard likely leaning towards Clemson), Devondre Seymour (Offensive tackle), and Kyrin Priester (Wide receiver committed to North Carolina State).

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