Georgia head coach Kirby Smart was in west Georgia today checking in on multiple targets in the 2018 and 2019 class.
Coach Smart visited Callaway high school to see 2019 offensive tackle Keiondre Jones, 2020 athlete Michael Robertson, 2020 running back Cartavious Bigsby, and 2020 quarterback Jacob Freeman. Jones is one of the top sophomore prospects in the country, and a major Georgia target with offers from almost every program in the country. Michael Robertson is the nephew of former Georgia prospect Demertis Roberston, who just completed a fantastic freshman season at California. The Callaway freshman holds offer from Georgia, Clemson, Auburn, Tennessee, among others.
Smart also stopped by Troup County (GA) to check on 2020 athlete Kobe Hudson, 2019 defensive end King Mwikuta, and 2020 defensive lineman Andy Boykin. Hudson was recently offered by Georgia, as well as Florida State and Alabama. Look for Hudson to become one of the top prospects in the country for the 2020 class. Mwikuta is an up and coming defensive lineman with great length and athleticism. If Georgia offers they will be tough to beat for the long pass rusher. Boykin is a prospect to know as a 6-foot-3 237-pound freshman. He’s all muscle and certainly looks the part as a big time prospect. Look for offers to come in bunches down the road.
In other recruiting news, Carver (GA) DB Quindarious Monday was offered by Alabama and Syracuse today. The 6-foot-3 180-pound defender was impressive last month at Rising Seniors and has picked up multiple offers, including Georgia, the past few weeks. If Georgia recruits him hard they will be tough to beat in the end.
Gryason OL Wanya Morris and RB Ronald Thompkins were both offered by Auburn today. Both are top prospects in the 2019 class, and both were offered by LSU just a few days ago. Look for more schools to offer these two over the next few weeks. Thompkins has the potential to be the top back in Georgia for the 2019 class.
Dutchtown DB Trey Dean continues to have a big 2017, adding an offer from Tennessee today. Florida, UCLA, Ole Miss, Louisville, and many others have offered so far. The 6-foot-2 180-pouns safey is on Georgia’s radar but they have not offered yet. Dean visited Georgia multiple times in the fall, and will visit Georgia again this weekend. He visited South Carolina last week.