Georgia Football: Five Vital Uncommitted Targets, Apologies to Miss Jackson and Difficult Household Names


If you want more thoughts, check out my writing here, but let’s get down to brass tacks.

  1. CeCe Jefferson – This is a long shot.  He’s likely Bama-bound.  But if I’m pitching him, I’m using three sets of two words: Lorenzo Carter. Run Stopper. Playing Time.  And I’m tossing in a “pleeeeeaaase.”
  2. Roquan Smith – Dude can play any linebacker position and given his build (not all that rangy) and existing depth at his natural position (OLB), why not sell him on immediate contention for a spot at middle linebacker?  Eleventy billion combined tackles from those two spots are gone thanks to the departure of Amarlo and Ramik.  Don’t tell me a Top 50 overall player (per 247Sports Composite) couldn’t fill that gap.
  3. Donte Jackson – Donte could be the most important Jackon in the state since Outkast issued a musical apology to Miss Jackson in 2001.  He’s undersized but ridiculously athletic and shifty (think Isaiah McKenzie at DB) and could do work under Pruitt.
  4. Chidi Valentine-Okeke – Valentine-Okeke could become the weirdest household name around if he lives up to his potential and his size.  Georgia’s a great place for him as he’ll need extra time to transition from tiny-school ball to the SEC.  With four returning starters and both tackles from 2014 still around, Chidi could learn for a year.
  5. Patrick Allen – Allen was a commit to Georgia then reopened recruiting after Bobo left.  He’s more polished than Valentine-Okeke but is ceiling isn’t as high.  I could see him playing anywhere on the line though (even center) and Georgia will need depth on the line in 2015.

 

That’s all I got/

Andrew

 

 

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Posted on January 15, 2015, in Blog, Georgia Bulldogs, Recruiting, SEC, The UGA Vault. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

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