Who is camping at Georgia?

ATHENS – One of the most important recruiting tools used by schools to attract top high school players is the summer camp. Georgia's summer camp will take place from July 7-8 at the practice fields. The sessions are closed to the public, but Dean Legge let's you know what players have confirmed their attendance, which ones won't be there and who still has not decided to camp in Athens.

Report on 71 Total Players

Players Camping at Georgia

Deonte Thompson (Did seven-on-seven camp in Athens, and will be in town for the July camp)

Marcus Gilchrist (Will decide between Virginia Tech, Clemson, Notre Dame, North Carolina and Georgia after Georgia's camp. It looks, however, like will only attend Georgia's camp, not participate in it.)

Jabaal Sheard (Has camped at Miami and will be trying to get to Florida State as well)

Tanner Strickland (No surprise here – Strickland has seemingly been with the Dawgs forever)

Bo Adebayo (Does not have an offer from Georgia. Oklahoma State and South Carolina are also in the mix)

Shane McCord (Does not have an offer from Georgia, but has camped at Auburn and Tennessee)

Jonathan Massaquoi (Will camp with the Dawgs and Memphis – he's looking for an offer from Georgia)

Darius Marshall (Does not have an offer from Georgia, but Florida – his leader – Georgia Tech, Ole Miss and others have offered. Tennessee, LSU and Florida will also get a summer visit from Marshall.)

Marshall Williams (The Southwest DeKalb linebacker's only offer is from North Carolina. Georgia, Vanderbilt, Auburn, Florida, Memphis and Alabama will all see Williams this summer.)

Lee Chapple (GAC quarterback will have to really impress to get a look from Georgia)

David Duran (Kell tight end does not have an SEC offer, but will camp at Georgia, Georgia Tech and Auburn.)

Bruce Figgens (Likely soon-to-be Georgia commit will camp at Georgia and Auburn and visit Clemson. He could pull a couple of kids with him to Georgia if he commits after the Bulldog camp.)

Charles Wood (He has an offer and might use it after attending Georgia's camp.)

Nick Claytor (Will this talented lineman finally get what he wants – an offer from Georgia? He's camp at Ohio State, Auburn and Florida State.)

Tyler Bowen (Another big lineman who really likes the Dawgs. He's not got an offer from Georgia but will camp with the Dawgs, at Auburn and has visited Georgia Tech.)

Clint Boling (Lineman from Chattahoochee will attend Georgia's camp along with Auburn's, Florida's and Vandy's. His three offers are Duke, Vandy and Kentucky.)

T-Bob Hebert (Will camp at Georgia, Auburn, Ole Miss, Boston College and LSU. He's got offers from all of those with the exception of Boston College.)

Brooks Cunningham (He does not look like a Division I prospect, but will be in Athens for camp. He is waiting for his first offer.)

Robby Davis (A safety from Starrs Mill who has his only offer from Air Force will camp at Georgia.)

Justin Houston (Georgia commit will likely be in Athens this July)

Conrad Obi (Georgia commit will be in Athens this July)

Trinton Sturdivant (Like other verbals, Sturdivant has visited in the past, and will try to lure in more future Dawgs this July.)

John Knox (Will show up to help persuade other recruits that Georgia is right for them, too)

Terence Edge (Edge told me Sunday to expect him in Athens.)

Brandon King (Columbia, SC player will be in camp in Athens.)

Not Camping at Georgia

Eric Berry (Focusing on HS team)

Josh Nesbitt (Only camping at Manning camp in LA)

Chris Little (Reportedly will be at Florida State during the Georgia camp.)

Jonathan Dwyer (Will camp at Oklahoma State, LSU and Ole Miss instead)

Israel Troupe (Baseball will probably get in the way of football this summer)

Javario Burkes (Way out in Arizona, but not camping at all anywhere this summer at all)

Alphonso Bryant (Won't be in Athens or elsewhere the rest of this summer, but did visit Miami earlier)

Antwane Greenlee (FSU commit – Will be camping at Auburn and Florida State this summer – not Georgia)

Willie White (Not interested in Dawgs, but does not have offer any way)

Matt Summers-Gavin (Only camping at Southern Cal)

Emeka Nwankwo (Told Scout.com: "I don't really feel like going to any camps." – Dawgs and Canes are the top two to beat)

Justin Byers (No offer from Dawgs – looks like he's headed to a school in the Carolinas)

Sacoby Carter (Will camp at Florida, Georgia Tech, South Carolina and Auburn this summer – Georgia does not look like his final destination)

Bobby Rainey (Will camp at Auburn and Tennessee – but has no offers, yet)

John Jones (Has offers from Georgia, Auburn, Ole Miss, Notre Dame, Pitt, South Carolina and Tennessee, but won't be camping anywhere this summer.)

Charles White (Georgia commit will likely miss camp in Athens this July)


Ahmad Paige (Won't be in Athens for July's camp)

Morgan Burnett (Not sure of this summer's plans. He's done a seven-on-seven with his high school team, and that's been it so far.)

Armando Allen (Won't be in Athens for July's camp)

Doug Wiggins (Went to Miami (FL) camp in 9th grade, but has not camped since)

Logan Gray (Has already dropped by Athens, so a trip in for camp does not seem likely)

D.J. Donley (HS Coaches are supposed to get him to Athens Summer Camp)

Cameron Heyward (Dawgs offered in April, but his father passed away soon thereafter, which may have complicated matters)

Cameron Newton (Still unsure of summer plans - Dawgs have offered, but would he be a QB in Athens?)

Danorris Searcy (Has been to North Carolina and will travel to LSU, and Florida this summer)

Jacoby Monroe (Undecided about camping this summer)

Chris Smith (Undecided about camping this summer, but did attend Ohio State's)

Cliff Matthews (Visited Athens in early June - he may or may not be back)

Daryle Ballew (He likely won't be in Athens)

Rae Sykes (Visited LSU last summer, and will visit Tennessee as well this summer - Georgia may or may not get a camp from him)

Rennie Curran (Will probably show up to help persuade other recruits that Georgia is right for them, too)

Eltoro Freeman (Will visit Auburn, Alabama and Tennessee, but not sure about others including Georgia – Dawgs have not yet offered this four-star prospect.)

Jay Smith (Will make an unofficial to Georgia, Tennessee and Florida State before making a decision later in the summer. He visited NC State last summer)

Roddy Jones (Does not have offer from Dawgs. Will commit in August after camping at Georgia Tech and Georgia. He camped at Clemson in June)

Maurice Williams (Georgia the only southern school in the mix for this PA wide receiver)

Brandon Gibson (Bama and Auburn will get him at their camps, but everyone else is up in the air)

Tarus McKinley (Has an offer from Georgia, but he looks headed to Miami)

Carlos Dunlap (Does not have an offer from Georgia, and has not made any public camp plans)

Chaz Powell (Georgia the only southern school in the mix for this PA cornerback – Penn State seems like the team to beat)

Adewale Ojomo (Dawgs have offered, but Florida has not. Georgia and Miami are reportedly in the lead. Ojomo has camped at Florida and Auburn.)

Marquis Franklin (Will be taking trips this summer, but no yet sure where – Dawgs have not offered this Texas high schooler.)

Andrew Nuss (Visited Athens a few weeks a go; is not expected back for the Georgia camp)

Darell Norman (South Carolina is in the lead. Georgia and most SEC schools have not offered. Norman will camp at South Carolina, Georgia Tech and Florida. He did not mention Georgia's camp.)

Dontee Nicholls (It looks like he will only be camping with his team this summer.)

Tim Lamb (No new news on where he will be this summer – if at any camps at all.)

Linval Joseph (No new news on where he will be this summer – if at any camps at all.)

Alphonso Bruton (Has not camped as of the writing of this article, but has an offer from Georgia, Auburn, Memphis, South Carolina and Tennessee. It looks like he wants to hear from Miami. Burton's former teammate – Kevin Perez – is now at Georgia.)

Caleb King (The most talked-about running back in the South will probably show up for the camp, but not participate.)

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