And Georgia is doing what they can to change that.
Swain is making his second trip to Athens this year, and the Georgia is doing its best to climb into Swain’s list of top schools. The senior from North Marion High School had a great performance at “The Opening” and is now a new member of the Scout 100.
Miami, Alabama, and Tennessee are known to be the early favorites to land Swain, but Georgia is making a strong push for the talented receiver. Swain was seen laughing and joking around with some of the staff members- most notably wide receivers coach Bryan McClendon- in the early session of Dawg Night. According to Scout national recruiting analyst Chad Simmons, Swain is planning to make a decision during his senior season. After a positive visit to Georgia, the Bulldogs have rolled out the welcome mat to put themselves in a great position to with the Florida native.
Georgia has recently had troubles landing elite wide receivers but with the shifting of staff and attention to guys like Swain and Kyle Davis, that could be a fact of the past.