Georgia target Mark Webb is planning on making his commitment tomorrow and many feel like the Bulldogs are the team to beat. The four-star receiver from Archbishop Wood HS (PA) has good size at 6-foot-2 204-pounds, and is ranked as the top receiver in Pennsylvania for the 2017 class. His close friend D'Andre Swift is currently committed to Georgia, and the two have expressed interest in playing together in college. Webb has also mentioned that he models his game after former Georgia pass catcher A.J Green. The Bulldogs have two receivers currently committed for 2017 in Pace Academy's Trey Blount and Lakewood (FL) playmaker Matt Landers. With or without Webb's commitment, it seems Georgia will still go hard after Jeremiah Holloman and Nico Collins. All have great size and the ability to make plays down the field.
On film what stands out the most are his hands and balance. He does have good speed, but I don't think he will be blazing past defenders in college. During his junior season, Webb ran plenty of vertical routes to get him downfield. He got behind defensive backs but I would like to see him run more routes in order to get open and create separation. He has the chance to be a good player at the next level, but it might take him some time to perfect his route running and overall play.
Cartersville athlete Trey Creamer told me he is taking an official visit to Michigan State next week. Creamer has had a solid senior campaign so far, and and is ranked as a three-star prospect as the ninth-best quarterback in Georgia for the 2017 class.
Callaway (GA) offensive lineman Keiondre Jones has taken two visits so far this season, visiting Georgia Tech last weekend and Auburn the week before. Auburn is recruiting Jones very hard while Tech is trying to jump in the race for one of the best prospects in the country for the 2019 class. The massive 6-foot-4 286-pound Jones camped at Georgia this summer, and took another visit to Athens a week before the North Carolina game. The four-star plans to visit Georgia again on October 3rd for the Tennessee game. Jones told Scout's Chad Simmons that he plans on committing on his mothers birthday on May 17, 2017.
Another prospect to know sooner than later is Johns Creek (GA) receiver Zach Williams. The 6-foot-3 210-pound tight end/wide receiver has great hands, and made some fantastic catches during the Lassitter MVP Camp. Williams does not have elite speed, but he's certainly a weapon in the red zone and has the ability to make the tough catch in traffic. The 2018 athlete has had a great season so far, and caught 5 passes for 210 yards and two touchdowns last Friday. I'm expecting more teams to start showing interest as the season goes on.