Kendall's Take: Roll Call of Class of 2006

ATHENS - Josh Kendall reviews each of the Bulldogs' 27 signees.

Asher Allen, Stone Mountain (Tucker), cornerback, 5-10, 180 pounds
Comment: Ranked the No. 22 cornerback in the country, will get chances to touch the ball on special teams and eventually on offense.

Justin Anderson, Ocilla (Irwin County), offensive line, 6-4, 315 pounds
Comment: USA Today first-team All-USA player is most physical offensive lineman in the class, will play tackle if he qualifies.

Geno Atkins, Pembroke Pines, Fla. (St. Thomas Aquinas), 6-2, 270
Comment: Florida Class 5A defensive player of the year was considered one of country's top 50 defensive ends.

Quintin Banks, Warner Robins (Houston County), safety, 6-4, 180
Comment: A big hitter who wants to be Dogs' next scary man on the back line.

Shaun Chapas, St. Augustine, Fla. (Jacksonville Bolles), fullback, 6-2, 225
Comment: Will have to come back from an ACL injury that kept him out of 2005 season.

Ricardo Crawford, Fair Bluff, N.C. (West Columbus), 6-1, 303
Comment:'s No. 62 defensive tackle has already enrolled and impressed with his weight room work.

Chris Davis, Jefferson (Jefferson), offensive line, 6-5, 252
Comment: The most versatile offensive lineman in the class.

Josh Davis, Jayess, Miss. (Tylertown), offensive line, 6-6, 315
Comment: This late addition de-committed from Ole Miss and will play tackle for the Dogs once he gains some weight.

Akeem Dent, Atlanta (Douglass), linebacker, 6-2, 210
Comment: ranked this speedster the No. 8 linebacker in the South. He made more than 140 tackles as senior.

Darius Dewberry, Fort Valley (Peach County, Hargrave Military Academy), 6-3, 211
Comment: A year at prep school will make him more ready, and he was rated the fifth-best linebacker in the country by two years ago.

Demarcus Dobbs, Savannah (Calvary Baptist), defensive line, 6-4, 247
Comment:'s No. 11 defensive end had 78 tackles and six sacks as a senior.

Kris Durham, Calhoun (Calhoun), wide receiver, 6-5, 189
Comment: Will be the Bulldogs' biggest target on the edge right away. He caught 55 passes as high school senior.

Darryl Gamble, Bainbridge (Bainbridge), defensive line, 6-1, 200
Comment: Considered the No. 37 linebacker in the nation by, he was a first-team all-state player as a senior.

Ben Harden, Perry (Perry), offensive line, 6-3, 295
Comment:'s 26th-best offensive tackle will play primarily guard for the Bulldogs.

Akeem Hebron, Gaithersburg, MD (Good Counsel), linebacker, 6-2, 198
Comment: The Parade All-American and national blue-chipper had 131 tackles, including 14 for loss, as senior.

Reshad Jones, Atlanta (Booker T. Washington), safety, 6-2, 180
Comment: Georgia's defensive player of the year last season. He had 82 tackles and 15 touchdowns as senior.

Michael Lemon, Lizella (Stratford), defensive end, 6-4, 255
Comment: An All-Middle Georgia selection as a junior and senior, he had 35 tackles for loss in his prep career.

John Miller, Cartersville (Woodland) offensive line, 6-6, 286
Comment: Miller graded out at 86 percent as senior and had 22 pancake blocks. He'll play tackle for Dogs.

Prince Miller, Duncan, S.C. (Byrnes), cornerback, 5-9, 185
Comment: South Carolina's Mr. Football was ranked the 11th-best cornerback in the country by He had five interceptions as a junior.

Knowshon Moreno, Belford, N.J. (Middleton South), 5-11, 205
Comment: Widely considered one of the nation's top 10 running backs, he finished his high school career with 128 touchdowns.

Fred Munzenmaier, Norcross (Norcross), fullback, 6-2, 235
Comment: He had 1,615 rushing yards in his career.

Kevin Perez, Miami, Fla. (Killian), offensive line, 6-3, 273
Comment: A Class AAAAAA first-team all-state selection in Florida, he will play guard and maybe some center for Georgia.

Matthew Stafford, Dallas, Texas (Highland Park), quarterback, 6-2, 235
Comment: The jewel of Georiga's class threw for 4,018 yards as a senior. He was rated No. 2 quarterback in country by

Kiante Tripp, Atlanta (Westlake), defensive line, 6-6, 244
Comment: ranked him the best two-way lineman in the South, and he'll play defense for the Bulldogs.

Na Derris Ward, Oakland, Calif. (McClymonds), tight end, 6-5, 245
Comment: An All-Oakland athletic team selection, he was rated the No. 8 tight end in country by

Tony Wilson, Daytona Beach, Fla. (Mainland), wide receiver, 5-11, 185
Comment: Maybe the most exciting player in the signing class with the ball in his hands, he had 1,917 all-purpose yards and was's No. 17 wide receiver in country.

Brandon Wood, Buchanan (Haralson County), defensive end, 6-1, 255
Comment:'s No. 4 defensive end in the country has been committed longer than any player in this class.

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