Dawg Post Monday Recruiting Update:

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

The state's second-ranked athlete might be committed to South Carolina, but Archer's Jamyest Williams took a visit to Athens this weekend to watch the Bulldogs take on the Volunteers. The coaches made sure Williams knows he is still a priority target for the Bulldogs in the 2017 class. The 5-foot-9 173-pound four-star noted that the Bulldogs defensive backs played much better this week than against Ole Miss after adjustments made by defensive coordinator Mel Tucker. 

5-star QB Trevor Lawrence continues to roll as Cartersville beat Central 59-9. Lawrence did throw two picks in the game, but displayed the arm strength and accuracy that we all expect out of him. The nation's top QB in 2018 is 103 of 163 for 1617 yards, 20 touchdowns, and six interceptions. Lawrence took a visit to Clemson last weekend, and will likely visit Georgia for the Auburn game.

Cedar Grove WR Jadon Haselwood was offered by Ohio State today. The four-star receiver has great speed and explosiveness, and will be a national prospect in 2019. He has the potential to be a five-star prospect down the road. He has good size at 6-foot-2 175-pounds, and will continue to roll in offers from all across the country.

Brunswick (GA) WR Shawn Smith de-committed from South Carolina today. He might not be on Georgia's radar at the moment, but Smith is one of the fastest play-makers in Georgia for the 2017 class. Smith also holds offers from Florida, Auburn, among others.

A 2018 prospect to know is North Paulding WR Brian Mitchell. He is a versatile athlete who has played all over the offense for the undefeated Wolfpack. Through 5 games, Mitchell has rushed 24 times for 132 yards and 4 touchdowns. He also has 20 catches for 381 yards and three touchdowns. Coastal Carolina and some smaller schools have shown interest, but if he continues to put up good numbers this season to go along with a strong off-season, I could definitely see some bigger schools showing interest down the road.

Clarke Central (GA) back Jonathan Sewell is a name you need to know. Sewell is a strong runner who has the chance to be one of the top backs in Georgia for the 2019 class. He has great speed and the ability to muscle off defenders for tough yards. The Athens native was in attendance for the game this past weekend, and had a great time. 

"I really liked how running backs coach Dell McGhee really had his backs running north on every possesion." Sewell said. "It was a tough loss but I enjoyed myself very much."

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