Georgia Football Recruiting: 3 UGA Targets Set to Commit SOON!


Rashad Roundtree - Photo courtesy of @Rashad_Tr33

Rashad Roundtree – Photo courtesy of @Rashad_Tr33

Tarvarus McFadden – ☆☆☆☆☆
American Heritage (Fort Lauderdale, FL) CB
6-3/198

**Announcement Date: October 31

McFadden set this date right after his visit to Athens a few weeks ago. The other day he named that his two leaders are UGA and Florida State, but barring something crazy happening at his upcoming FSU visit, I expect him to put on the Red & Black come Halloween.

 

Rashad Roundtree – ☆☆☆☆☆
Lakeside (Evans, GA) S
6-1/195

**Announcement Date: November 7

Although Rashad hasn’t named a leader, many believe that he is a HEAVY Georgia lean. The other schools he is interested in are Ohio State and Duke. This would be a huge get for the Dawgs in perhaps their biggest area of need.

 

Darius Slayton – ☆☆☆
Greater Atlanta Christian School (Norcross, GA) WR/DB
6-2/182

**Announcement Date: This Month

It’s seemed as if Darius has been close to a decision for a while now, and yesterday he said that he still plans on announcing sometime this month. This one is between Georgia and Auburn, but most believe he is a Georgia lean.

 

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Check back daily for more recruiting updates!

Jonathan

Posted on October 16, 2014, in Auburn, Blog, Death to the NCAA, Duke, Florida State, General Sports, Georgia Bulldogs, Ohio State, Recruiting, SEC. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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