This past weekend the Bulldogs offered one of the top athletes in the state, Fitzgerald athlete James Graham. The 6-foot-1 199-pound athlete could be a weapon as a dual threat quarterback, but the Bulldogs offered him as an athlete. Graham is electric with the ball in his hands, and helped lead the Purple Hurricanes to a 13-2 season. The Bulldogs are “certainly” in the mix here, but Graham has built strong relationships with other schools including Alabama, Michigan, and Georgia Tech.
The Bulldogs have made the final cut for 2018 defensive end Kingsley Enagbare of Hapeville Charter (GA). Enagbare has seen his recruitment take off the last few months, and was impressive at the Under Armour camp last month. The Bulldogs have his teammate Chris Smith already committed, which can only help the Bulldog’s chances. Look for a decision to come later this month.
Another defensive lineman giving the Bulldogs a strong look is Stephon Wynn. The 6-foot-4 254-pound defensive tackle out of IMG (FL) is a top target for Georgia in the 2018, and one of the top defensive lineman in the south. Clemson also looks like they are top contender for Wynn as well.
A new name to know in the 2018 class is Lambert (GA) cornerback Kenneth Dicks III. The 6-foot-0 197-pound defensive back earned a 139.80 Nike rating this weekend at the Opening in Charlotte, one of the top ratings ever recorded. Dicks ran a 4.51 40-yard dash, threw the powerball 42 feet, put up a 41.4 inch vertical, and recorded a 4.1 agility time.
Three quarterbacks from Georgia (Trevor Lawrence, Emory Jones, and Jarren Williams) all received invitations to the Opening Finals after an impressive performance this weekend in Charlotte. The three will join Justin Fields who earned his invitation in Orlando earlier this spring. Williams is the only quarterback that is currently undecided, and is looking hard at Kentucky and Florida at this time.