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Georgia's Countdown to #1: # 70 - 61

It cannot be questioned that Georgia is one of the most talent laden states in the nation. No one covers Georgia like <a href="">BorderWars</a>, and we are in the middle of our countdown to #1 for the best players in Georgia. Today we count down 70-61.

When college football fans think of the top talent producing state the big 3 jump to mind right away: Texas, California, and Florida. Those three states once again led the nation in sending college kids to division 1 schools. According to StudentSports, California had 290 D1 signees, Texas 371, and Florida 178. Next on the list may come as a surprise to all but the most die-hard recruitniks: Georgia, with 111. Statistically speaking, Georgia is closer to Florida than Florida is to Texas or California.

It cannot be questioned that Georgia is one of the most talent laden states in the nation. No one covers Georgia like BorderWars, and we are in the middle of issuing our Top 100 for the state. Today we count down 70-61.

#70 Clinton Willis
Ht: 6-0 Wt: 220 40: 4.79
Washington-Wilkes HS (Washington)

Clinton Willis looks a lot faster on film than his listed forty time because of his fearlessness in throwing his body around and pursuing the ball carrier. He's a big hitter that loves contact. A 2 way threat, Willis pulled an impressive double feat with over 100 tackles and over 1,000 yards rushing. Willis is looking at South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Penn State and Kansas State among others.

#69 Justin Wade
Defensive Tackle
Ht: 6-2 Wt: 290 40: 5.1
Cedar Grove HS (Ellenwood)

Justin Wade played on a Cedar Grove team last year that was one of the biggest in the nation. With 3 300 pounders on the team, Wade was the "little guy". He was also the quickest. He'll play college at 300 pounds as well, and if he can keep his quickness at a true 5.1, he'll be a dominant inside presence at defensive tackle. Wade's top 5 includes Tennessee, LSU, Florida, North Carolina, and Georgia.

#68 Donnie Daniels
Ht: 6-1 Wt: 203 40: 4.4
Peach County HS (Fort Valley)

Donnie Daniels had an amazing showing at the Nike Camp. He posted a 4.48 forty and 203 pounds. He played running back, wide receiver, and linebacker at Peach County last year, and he can play a variety of positions in college as well. He could make a big jump up this list with a productive senior year.

#67 Harry Douglass
Wide Receiver
Ht: 5-11 Wt: 160 40: 4.4
Jonesboro HS (Jonesboro)

Harry Douglass has speed to burn. He is quick and elusive with the ball in his hands. He needs to pick up some weight to be effective at the next level, but he has excellent hands and speed to burn. He has a verbal offer from Georgia and lists Florida, Georgia, Auburn, Ohio State, Virginia, Maryland, and Alabama as his favorites.

#66 Cory Clemons
Wide Receiver
Ht: 6-1 Wt: 205 40: 4.48
Lowndes HS (Valdosta)

With the strength of a linebacker, Cory Clemons is one of the most powerful wide receivers in the country. He did 18 reps of 185 at the Nike Camp and has good speed. Clemons caught 63 passes for 880 yards and 11 touchdowns last season. Florida is his leader, and he also likes Florida State, Georgia, Clemson, and Auburn.

#65 Chris Davis
Ht: 6-2 Wt: 225 40: 4.59
Randolph-Clay HS (Cuthbert)

First Cousins of Georgia Bulldog Thomas Davis, Chris Davis has exceptional size and quickness. Junior year was his first at linebacker, and he will only get better as he learns the position. Is being recruited regionally by teams such as Georgia, Georgia Tech, Florida, Florida State, and Auburn.

#64 Jarod Parrish
Ht: 6-3 Wt: 180 40: 4.4
Chattooga HS (Summerville)

Jarod Parrish is an exceptional athlete that plays quarterback for his Chattooga team. His position on the next level will more than likely be safety or even corner. At 6-3 Parrish can help offset matchup problems with today's taller wide receivers. Parrish has already committed to Alabama.

#63 Blake Bonner
Offensive Line
Ht: 6-3 Wt: 280 40: 5.0
Lowndes HS (Valdosta)

Blake Bonner is a powerful interior line prospect from south Georgia. He is coming in a bit under the radar after having to work a full-time job all summer and missing the summer camp circuit, but he is an excellent prospect playing for one of the best teams in the state. Bonner currently list Florida as his favorite. He is also looking at Georgia, LSU, Mississippi State, and South Carolina.

#62 Clifton Dortch
Ht: 6-1 Wt: 200 40: 4.59
Chamblee HS (Chamblee)

Clifton Dortch definitely passes the "eyeball test" as one of the most impressive looking prospects in the state. Dortch missed most of last season with a twisted knee that didn't require surgery. Now that he's 100% he's ready to make his mark at Chamblee. Dortch likes Florida, Florida State, Miami, Georgia, and Georgia Tech among others. He currently has an offer from MTSU.

#61 Johnny Edwards
Ht: 5-10 Wt: 180 40: 4.45
Starrs Mill HS (Fayetteville)

Johnny Edwards is a lockdown cover corner from a powerful Starr's Mill program on the south side of Atlanta. Edwards has a knack for coming up with the big play with 2 interceptions in 2 playoff games last year. An excellent student, Edwards has already committed to Vanderbilt.

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