10 Dawgs on Scout.com National 300 List

ATHENS – Georgia's early recruiting sucess have its commits scattered on the Scout.com National 300.

Scout.com announced its National 300, a list of the top 300 players in the country, and Georgia has ten players on the list. Only Notre Dame, with 12, and Texas, with 11, had more players included. The Pac-10's UCLA also had ten players on the list.

Summerville (SC) wide receiver A.J. Green, Statesboro defensive tackle Deangelo Tyson and Cass running back Richard Samuel were all included in Scout.com's National 100, which was released earlier in June.

Habersham Central Wide receiver Tavarres King checks in at #129. King picked Georgia in April. Burke County defensive end Cornelious Washington, who was the first player in this class to commit to Georgia is #146. Griffin Defensive Tackle Toby Jackson is ranked #150. Terry Sanford (NC) tight end, who committed in late 2006, is ranked #257. Recently committed Jeremy Longo, a defensive end from Cardinal Gibbons (FL), is ranked #262.

Georgia's two committed cornerbacks, Fayette County's Brandon Boykin and Independence's (NC) Makiri Pugh check in at #273 and #282 to round the Dawgs on the list.

A few other Georgia natives made the list: Brice Butler, Josh Jarboe, A.J. Harmon, Dontavious Jackson, Keith Wells, Omar Hunter, Chris Jackson, Jamoris Slaughter, Brandon Thompson, and Ebele Okakpu.

National 300 Dawgs

6. A.J. Green
17. Deangelo Tyson
90. Richard Samuel
129. Tavarres King
146. Cornelius Washington
150. Toby Jackson
257. Dwayne Allen
262. Jeremy Longo
273. Brandon Boykin
282. Makiri Pugh


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