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Dawg Post Friday Recruiting Update

Dawg Post gives you an update on some of the day's latest recruiting news.

Carver athlete Quindarious Hale is one of the top defensive back prospects in Georgia for the 2018 class, and the three-star picked up and offer from Florida yesterday. FSU, Auburn, Kentucky, and Cincinnati have also offered the 6-foot-3 180-pounder. Hale camped at Georgia last month, and while he briefly spoke with some of the staff, I've been told he has not heard much from Georgia since. Like the 2017 class, there are quite a few solid defensive back prospects in the 2018 class. 

Georgia target Jeremiah Holloman tweeted yesterday that he scored 2 touchdowns, blocked a punt, recorded one tackle, and had a 60 yard punt in Newton's 23-15 win over the Drew Titans. I believe Georgia is still the current favorite for Holloman, but the state's top receiver is still being pursued heavily by Tennessee and Miami.

Another Georgia target,  James Clemens (AL) linebacker Monty Rice, told me he speaks with the Georgia coaches "every day", and the Bulldogs are still one of his top teams. The staff would love to add the 6-foot-1 228-pounder to go along with current linebacker commits Jaden Hunter and Breon Dixon. Vidalia's Nate McBride and Crisp County's Markaviest Bryant are two other linebackers that are strongly considering the Bulldogs.

Georgia commit Jake Fromm started the season strong throwing for over 400 yards and 4 touchdown's to lead Houston County to a 26-14 victory over Mary Persons. Fromm threw with accuracy, made the right reads, and made it look easy. Look for Fromm to have an incredible senior season. The stats should be gaudy.

A freshman to remember for the future is Jackson Ramsey. The 6-4 265-pounder sure doesn't look like a freshman physically, and has already taken visits to major programs like Georgia, Florida State, and Auburn. Jackson will be taking a visit to Clemson tomorrow. Jackson camped at Georgia on June 10th and had the opportunity to work out for both defense line coach Tracy Rocker and offensive line coach Sam Pittman. I was told coach Pittman met with Ramsey and his family before the workout. There is a strong chance Ramsey becomes a national recruit in the 2020 class. 

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