With just two weeks until National Signing Day, the University of Georgia is expected to have one of the nation’s best football recruiting classes.
But, according to a couple of college recruiting experts, the Bulldogs will be only middle-of-the-pack in the SEC.
National Signing Day, the first day most high school football players can sign a college scholarship, is Feb. 5.
Scout.com ranks Georgia’s recruiting class 12th in the nation, behind SEC foes: Alabama (1st), Tennessee (2nd), Texas A&M (6th), LSU (8th), Auburn (9th) and Florida (11th).
Scout ranks only one Georgia commitment as a 5-star player — running back Sony Michel (Plantation, Fla.) — but 11 are 4-stars. Check out Scout’s list of Georgia commitments here.
Rivals.com has Georgia ranked No. 11. Other SEC schools ahead: Alabama (1st), Tennessee (3rd), Texas A&M (5th), LSU (6th), Auburn (7th), Florida (8th). Michel also is a 5-star recruit in Rivals’ list of Georgia commitments.
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