One of the premier programs in the peach state, the Buford Wolves, will feature one of the top offensive lines in the country this upcoming season. The group is led by 2019 lineman Harry Miller, one of the top 2019 lineman in the south. Miller has been on Georgia's radar all spring, and the Bulldogs extended an offer on Wednesday.
At 6-foot-4 310-pounds, Miller looks the part physically, and is versatile enough to play tackle or guard at the next level. Florida, Tennessee, Auburn, Michigan, among others have offered, and he is visiting Auburn on Thursday. On film, Miller does a nice job in run blocking and moves well for someone his size.
Buford's offensive line is also comprised of 2019 OL Riley Simonds and 2019 OL Carter Colquitt, both holding offers from Florida, Oregon, and Michigan State. None of the three have heard much from Georgia until Miller's recent offer.
The Ohio State Buckeyes continue to recruit the peach state hard, offering 2020 prospects Kevin Swint and Harrison Bailey. Swint is one of the top overall linebackers in Georgia regardless of class, and Bailey is likely a future five-star prospect with unlimited potential.
In Thursday's Kirby Smart camp, the staff hosted some of the top teams in the south, and some major targets were in town to workout with their team. Hapeville Charter competed in Athens today, and they brought multiple targets into town, including cornerback commit Chris Smith.
Defensive lineman Kinglsey Enagbare will be working with the lineman, and he has Georgia in his top list of schools. He's a versatile defender who could play all over the line at the next level. South Carolina is another team high on Enagbare's list.
Another Hapeville prospect to know is 2020 receiver Jermaine Burton. He holds offers from across the country, and will likely be one of the higher ranked receivers in the 2020 class. Burton was in Athens earlier this month, and the staff is starting to build a solid relationship with the rising sophomore.
The Grayson Rams will also be participating in the 7-on-7 tournament in Athens. The Rams are one of the most talented teams in the country, and home to multiple major Georgia targets including linebackers Owen Pappoe and Kevin Harris.
Colquitt County is in the tournament as well, and quarterback Steven Krajewski is a prospect the staff will be keeping a close eye on. He is coming off a major junior season, has great size at 6-foot-4 205-pounds, and could be a target down the road if the staff feels they need to look at other options at the position.