Dawg Post Sunday Recruiting Update:

Dawg Post updates you on some of the top prospects in Georgia

If you don't know the name Harrison Bailey yet, you should as of today. The Marietta (GA) freshman QB continues to put up big numbers as he was 29/43 for 457 yards and 4 touchdowns Friday night against Kennesaw Mountain. He was terrific all off-season and will be a force for the Blue Devils the next four years. At 6-foot-4 207-pounds, the 14 year old already has the size and arm talent that should make him a 5-star recruit in the future. The Bulldogs have not offered yet, butI'm told they want to wait until after his freshman season to extend the offer. Bailey and his father thought about driving to Columbia for the Georgia/South Carolina game, but decided to hold off this weekend. I believe the Bailey family will check out at least 1 Georgia game this year, although there are no set plans as of today. 

A 2018 QB to continue monitoring is Harrison (GA) star Justin Fields. 5-star QB Trevor Lawrence is Georgia's top target at QB for 2018, but if Lawrence chooses Clemson over Georgia, the staff should take a LONG look at Fields in 2018. He's not the prototypical pro-style QB, but hes a big kid at 6-foot-3 209-pounds big great arm strength. He's also very mobile and athletic, a guy who will can hurt you with his arm or his legs at the next level. Again, he might not fit the Georgia style of offense, but he's a playmaker who certainly has the skill set to be an SEC caliber QB. Georgia has not offered, but one is possible down the road as a back up plan. Tennessee, Ole Miss, North Carolina, Arizona, Virginia Tech, Missouri, among others have offered the new 4-star quarterback. Fields is ranked as the 3rd best QB prospect in Georgia for the 2018 class.

2017 WR Chad Terrell of North Paulding (GA) had himself a big game Saturday night against Hillgrove (GA). The three-star prospect caught 9 passes for 202 yards and 3 touchdowns in a tough loss Saturday night. Georgia looks to be targeting Jeremiah Holloman and Nico Collins the most right now, but both might be leaning another way. According to his twitter account, Holloman was very pro-Tennessee during the UT/Texas A&M game yesterday, using the term "we" when talking about the Vols. It seems that Michigan is the biggest threat to Georgia for Collins, and the Wolverines are playing great football right now. If Georgia misses on both, it would not surprise me if they gave Terrell a second look. He is not the fastest guy, but he has good size at 6-foot-3 208-pounds with reliable hands. Ole Miss, Oregon, and South Carolina have offered, with the Gamecocks leading at the moment from what I've gathered.

GAC athlete Kyler McMichael continues to dominate in his junior season. He has been one of the state's top rushers all season, but his position at the next level is still DB. He scored 4 touchdowns last Friday and other schools are starting to recruit him as an "athlete" now according to McMichael. I am more and more impressed with McMichael ever week. He is a TOP prospect in Georgia for 2018. He is wide open in his recruitment, and will most likely choose the school that wants him the most and recruits him the hardest.


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