Dawg Post Thursday Recruiting Update:

Dawg Post takes a look at some of the top prospects in Georgia.

Harrison (GA) QB Justin Fields is having a huge September on the recruiting front. The 6-foot-3 209-pound Fields has received offers from Arizona State, Iowa State, Georgia Tech, Navy, Arizona, Indiana, Missouri, Ole Miss, and Louisville in the past three weeks. Fields also has an offer from Tennessee, North Carolina, West Virgina, among others. The 2018 signal caller has led his Harrison team to a 5-0 start so far this season, throwing for 1035 yards and 10 touchdowns. Look for more offers to come his way in the near future. It would not surprise me to see Georgia show interest if they don't land Trevor Lawrence. Fields continues to get better and shows great moxy and leadership to go along with his arm talent and running ability.

After reaching out to prospects, I have confirmed that 2019 lineman Keiondre Jones and possibly 2018 athlete Kyler McMichael will visit Georgia this weekend. There are plenty of top prospects in Athens this weekend already, including some of the best in the country.

Jones is a massive target for the Bulldogs in the 2019 class and has the potential to be one of the top tackle prospects in the country. McMichael, the state's second-ranked safety in the 2018 class, will be visiting either Georgia or Georgia Tech this weekend. I have not confirmed exactly where he will be, but a visit to Georgia this weekend is likely.

Former Georgia commit Breon Dixon recently picked up an offer from Mississippi State. 

Salem (GA) running back Lu'Quan Williams is a 2018 prospect to know for the future. Not the biggest guy at 5-foot-7 165-pounds, but he's a fast back with quick feet. He can make a guy miss and can get creative in the middle of runs. He's incredibly agile, and can score at any point on the field. Through 4 games, Williams has rushed for over 700 yards on 57 carries and 6 touchdowns. He also has 5 receptions for 101 yards and two touchdowns. He is still an uknown prospect as of right now, but smaller schools need to be reaching out to him soon. He has the speed to play at the colleigate level, but he also plays much bigger than his size. 

A 2019 prospect to remember is Grayson (GA) DB Jalen Alexander. The 5-foot-11 160-pound defender is only a sophomore, but he started at cornerback last week on a VERY talented Rams defense. Nebraska, Tennessee, Michigan, and Florida State have all showed strong interest early. Alexander has great ball skills and has natural instincts for the position. He is a guy who will start earning offers sooner rather than later. 

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