As expected, multiple Bulldog targets were in town to attend Georgia's annual G-day scrimmage.
Five-star target Zamir White, the nation's top ranked running back prospect, seemed to be having a good time with his guardian. This is a big visit for the Bulldogs, as White plans to announce a decision early this summer. Clemson is Georgia's biggest threat for White at this time.
Five-star guard Jamaree Salyer is a priority for Georgia in the 2018 class, and the elite lineman looked right at home. He spent time with the staff before walking onto the field, where he spent time with Pace Academy teammates Andrew Thomas and Trey Blount, who both signed with Georgia in February. Salyer was seen joking around with other members of the 2017 class as well. The Bulldogs will have to fight off Clemson and Ohio State for his signature in February.
Another 2018 target, defensive end Brenton Cox, was laughing and having a good time before the scrimmage. He didn't show up dressed in red and black, but he did speak with multiple recruits and some members in Georgia's 2017 class. Cox visited Ohio State last week, and he will be choosing between the Buckeyes and Bulldogs in the near future.
2018 offensive lineman Trey Hill continues to look bigger and bigger. He is a major Bulldog target and widely considered one of the best guard prospects in the country. Georgia is in a great spot with Hill, with Clemson and Auburn also in the mix.
Wide receivers targets Kearis Jackson and Josh Vann were also spotted enjoying their time on the sideline. The Bulldogs are taking three receivers in the 2018 class, and Georgia is in the top group for both.
2018 athlete Kyler McMichael spent some quality time with defensive coordinator Mel Tucker throughout the day. He was accompanied by his father and high school teammate Christopher Hinton, one of the top 2019 prospects in the country. Georgia is firmly in McMichaels' top five group at the moment.
Georgia targets Darnell Jefferies, Chris Smith, and Trey Dean were grinning for ear to ear on the field. They are close with the other recruits, and felt very comfortable with everyone on the sideline.
There were multiple 2019 targets in attendance also, led by current Georgia commits Nolan Smith and Jadon Haselwood. Smith was spending time with fellow 2019 linebacker King Mwikuta, another major target for the Bulldogs. Offensive lineman commit Luke Griffin was having a great time with his family, watching the warm ups closely.
2019 prospects Ryland Goede, Dominick Blaylock, and JD Bertrand are close friends and all hold Georgia offers. The three talk about playing together at the next level, and the Bulldogs are in a great spot with all three at this time.
Other 2019 targets in attendance include Grayson linebackers Owen Pappoe and Kevin Harris. along with offensive tackle Keiondre Jones and defensive end Stephen Herron Jr.
There were some impressive freshman prospects in attendance as well. Hapeville Charter (GA) receiver Jermaine Burton received a Georgia offer this morning, and will likely be a top prospect in Georgia for the 2020 class. Georgia's top target in this class however, could be Troup County (GA) athlete Kobe Hudson who was also in Athens. Callaway (GA) running back Cartavious Bigsby was in attendance and he also holds a Georgia offer.