As far as current commits go, Chad Simmons has confirmed that both Richard LeCounte and Breon Dixon will unofficially visit Georgia this weekend. These two have said many times that they would like to be leaders in this class, and will be recruiting for Georgia hard for some of the best players in the country.
The offensive line is a top priority for the Bulldogs in 2017, and some of the state's best are visitng this weekend. Top tackle prospect D'Ante Demery is 6-foot-6 310-pounds of out Bruswick (GA) and should be very high on Smart's wishlist. Pace Academy (GA) tackle Andrew Thomas and Central Gwinnett (GA) tackle Tony Gray are also visitng and have heavy interest in the Bulldogs. All three have high cielings at the tackle position at the next level.
Cedar Grove (GA) duo Netori Johnson and Justin Shaeffer are also visitng this weekend. Johnson is listed at 6-foot-5 310-pounds and recently decommitted from Alabama. He has high interest in both Georgia and Auburn at this time. Shaeffer is listed at 6-foot-5 332-pounds and is currently committed to Louisville.
2018 offensive line prospects visiting include Franklin (TN) tackle Max Wray and Park Crossing (AL) tackle Marcus Jenkins
Roswell (GA) defensive back Xavier McKinney will also be in Athens this weekend. The current Alabama commit has not visited Athens before. The state of Georgia is loaded with high level defensive back prospects, and McKinney is one of the best.
Former Bulldog commit and Glynn Academy (GA) athlete Deejay Dallas, Brunswick (GA) athlete Shawn Smith, Park Crosiing (AL) athlete Malik Cunningham, and Oakland (TN) athlete Jacoby Stevens will also be visiting.
Nate McBride, AJ Terrell, and Jamyest Williams are all top targets who plan on visiting Georgia next weekend.