Trey Dean (Photo by Chad Simmons)

Bulldogs Send Out Multiple Offers:

Dawg Post gives the latest on Georgia Bulldogs recruiting.

It was a big recruiting weekend in Athens and the staff had no problem offering a few top prospects in the 2018 class.

Dutchtown (GA) DB Trey Dean is one of the top overall defensive backs in the state, and he finally got the Georgia offer he’s been wanting for a long time. He has great size at 6-foot-2 180-pounds, and is versatile enough to play each position in the secondary. He will play mostly at safety at the next level. Georgia has gotten into his recruitment a little late, but they are in a good spot moving forward. Dean plans on visiting Georgia again this spring.

Tommy Bush is another 2018 playmaker who was offered by Georgia. The Samuel Clemens (TX) receiver has great size at 6-4 187, and reliable hands. The Bulldogs have three great options to choose from in the peach state, but Bush is another talented prospect that has the size the Georgia staff is looking for.

Andres Fox is a big 6-foot-5 230-pounds defender from Mobile Christian School (AL) who was offered by Georgia on February 9th. Fox can play defensive end or outside linebacker at the next level and holds offers from Alabama, Auburn, Ole Miss, among others.

Channing Tindall, a linebacker out of Spring Valley (SC), was offered by Georgia as well. 6-foot-2 206-pound defender was offered by linebackers coach Glenn Schumann on his visit this weekend. South Carolina, Wake Forest, and Auburn are recruiting him the hardest at this time.

2018 WR/DB Chase Williams picked up an offer from Georgia late Sunday night. The Eleanor Roosevelt (CA) athlete is 6-foot-2 175-pounds and holds offers from Southern California, UCLA, Oregon, and multiple other major west-coast programs.

Derrick McLedon is an impressive 2019 prospect that was offered by Georgia on his visit. The 6-foot-4 220-pound defensive end also holds offers from Florida, Tennessee, and South Carolina. Georgia is in a good position early for the lean pass rusher. He needs to get stronger, but he’s quick off the ball and could be one of the top defensive lineman in Georgia for the 2019 class.

 

 


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