Dawg Post Gameday Recruiting Update***

Dawg Post gives you an update on some of the top Georgia prospects from the sideline.

5-star Deangelo Gibbs is one of Georgia's biggest targets in attendance, and he looks right at home. Dude isn't even wearing his recruiting badge with his name or anything. The support staff and coaches were all over him making sure he is comfortable and having a good time.

Jake Fromm is out here and recruiting HARD. Fromm saw receiver prospect Jeremiah Holloman and immediately went over to him and introduced him to the rest of the Fromm family. It's clear they all want Holloman catching passes from Fromm in college. Fromm is with teammate Deontrey Hill, a major offensive line prospect in 2018. When LB Nate McBride approached, Fromm was right there to greet him and spark up a conversation. 

KJ Britt was getting attention from everyone. Trey Blount was working him hard, as was Jaden Hunter. When 2018 five-star Jamarre Salyer walked up, Britt yelled "Is that the one and only Jamaree Salyer?" Linebackers coach Glenn Schumann also gave Britt plenty of attention. It's clear he is a major tagrte and he seemed to be having a great time with many Georgia commits. Blount and Georgia commit Andrew Thomas spent plenty of time with Salyer, who seems VERY comfortable in Athens.

WR Nico Collins is tall and long. He certainly looks the part, as does Auburn commit Tray Bishop. 

I also spotted 2019 OL Keiondre Jones, 2018 OLB Walter Grant, and 2018 OL Reuben Unije were all having a great time.

LB prospect Malik Herring is friends with EVERYONE. He seems very close with Netori Johnson, another Bulldog commit. Being up close, I will say these OL commits in the 2017 class are MASSIVE. Johnson and Shaffer are large, as are Demery and Thomas. Those 4 guys could be very good down the road. They certainly look the part.

WR coach James Coley was speaking with WR target Kearis Jackson at length. Jackson is a speedy guy and one of the top receivers in Georgia for 2018. He was watching the players warm up closely.

Coach Kevin Sherrer spent a lot of time with 2019 linebacker Nolan Smith. He's young, but he already looks the part. Tall kid but needs to fill out. Should be a top linebacker in the South for 2019.

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