Mock UGA 2016 Signing Class - Version 2.0 With Jacob Eason in the fold headlining this class the Bulldogs have the potential to put something very special together.  From Version 1.0 back in March 2015 there are only a few changes.  Most notably the additions of Isaac Nauta and Landon Dickerson to this class and the omittance of E.J....

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ImYourHuckleberry - Bulldogs Who Could be DRAFTED in 2016 NFL Draft Leonard Floyd – 6'4 231Projected Round – 1st Round (Top 15)Projected 40 Time – 4.52Leonard Floyd is absolutely everything an NFL defense is looking for whether it runs the 3-4 or the 4-3.  The hyper-athletic Floyd has incredible fluidity and length that allows...

SEC 1st Round Predictions in 2015 NFL Draft In recent history the SEC has dominated the NFL Draft, especially the 1st Round.  The 2015 NFL Draft shouldn't be any different:#3 Jacksonville Jaguars - Dante Fowler, Jr. - Florida GatorsThe Jaguars were able to get pressure on the QB in 2014 but you can never get enough.  Fowler...

Back to the Future in the SEC East in 2015? The SEC East looks like a division in the midst of a swing in power as spring practice opens across the country.In the nineties and early 2000's the SEC East was absolutely dominated by Florida and Tennessee and the rest of the East couldn't come close to keeping up.  It was until 2002 when...

ImYourHuckleberry - 5 Keys for UGA During Spring Practice #1 - Quarterback Battle - The Bulldogs come into Spring Practice with proven commodities at nearly every position other than QB.  The competition will be a 3-Way battle between Brice Ramsey, Jacob Park and Faton Bauta.  With Coach Shotty came a blank slate and it is a wide open...

Top 14 Early Enrollee's to WATCH this Spring ALABAMA – Deionte Thompson – 6'2 181 – FSAs usual, Alabama has all of the tools to be a Championship team. What seems to have held them back the last couple years is secondary play....

#65 - Kendall Baker - Review & Looking Forward I consider Kendall Baker the biggest wildcard on the offensive line under new OL coach Rob Sale.  UGA has...

#64 - Jake Edwards - Review & Looking Forward Edwards was one of the best stories of the Class of 2014 for the Bulldogs.  A young man who dreamed of being a Bulldog and worked his ass off in the weight room and on...

#60 - Josh Cardiello - Review & Looking Forward Josh Cardiello is now entering his third season on campus at UGA and this is the first year where a true opportunity has presented itself for Josh.  Josh was brought to Athens to play either C or OG and...

#53 - Lamont Galliard - Review & Looking Forward 2014 was a redshirt year for the highly touted four star recruit from North Carolina.  When Lamont arrived in Athens it was pretty quickly decided that he would need a redshirt season because he needed to reshape his body and replace bad weight with good weight.  He also needed to elevate his...

#48 - Quayvon Hicks - Review & Looking Forward 2014 was a big time season for Quayvon even though it may not have shown in the statistics.  Quayvon added a great deal of versatility to his game with his ability to play TE or H-Back in addition to fullback.  He also became a much more consistent football player which was something that always...

Top 10 SEC Instant Impact Recruits #10 – Martez Ivey – LT – 6'6 285 – Florida GatorsThe best offensive lineman in the country steps onto a team that badly needs help along the offensive line.  Ivey is going to make an instant impact for the Gators but he will have his struggles when he faces some of the grown men he will see...

Top 10 SEC Instant Impact Recruits #10 – Martez Ivey – LT – 6'6 285 – Florida GatorsThe best offensive lineman in the country steps onto a team that badly needs help along the offensive line.  Ivey is going to make an instant impact for the Gators but he will have his struggles when he faces some of the grown men he will...

#42 - Tim Kimbrough - Season Review & Looking Forward 2014 was a very good season for Kimbrough.  It was always known that he would not play a huge role on defense barring injury to Herrera or Wilson but when on the field Kimbrough had some flash plays.  He is a stoutly built middle linebacker with very good short area burst and he is a thumper.  On...

#42 - Tim Kimbrough - Review & Looking Forward 2014 was a very good season for Kimbrough.  It was always known that he would not play a huge role on defense barring injury to Herrera or Wilson but when on the field Kimbrough had some flash plays.  He is a stoutly built middle linebacker with very good short area burst and he is a thumper.  On...

Top 10 Instant Impact Recruits in SEC #10 – Martez Ivey – LT – 6'6 285 – Florida GatorsThe best offensive lineman in the country steps onto a team that badly needs help along the offensive line.  Ivey is going to make an instant impact for the Gators but he will have his struggles when he faces some of the grown men he will...

ImYourHucklelberry - Mock 2016 Recruiting Class This is never going to be 100% correct because recruiting is very far from and exact science.  If you did not learn that this year you never will.  But I looked back at the just for fun way to early predictions I made last year a week after signing day and got 19 of the 27 UGA signed correct....

ImYourHucklelberry - State of the UGA Football Program With Signing Day now behind us and the Class of 2015 complete it is officially the start of a new season.  Offseason workouts are well underway with Coach Hocke implementing a new way of training and preparing the minds and bodies of the team.  The offensive players are feverishly studying the...

#38 - Ryne Rankin - Review & Looking Forward In his sophomore season Ryne Rankin largely played a role on special teams.  Rankin was primarily used on the kickoff coverage team where he had some bright moments.  He is a guy with speed that plays with complete fearlessness and is never afraid to stick his nose in there.  On the ILB depth...

#35 - Aaron Davis - Review & Looking Forward Davis was one of the most pleasant surprises of the 2014 season.  Nothing was expected from the walk-on but he emerged in spring practice under Jeremy Pruitt and earned overachieved all season long in a starting role.  Davis is a glue guy.  He is an incredibly intelligent football player that not...

#35 – A.J. Turman – Review & Looking Forward Since Turman arrived in Athens he has had a very difficult time staying healthy.  In 2014 it was a toe injury that required surgery and kept him out the entire season.  However, at bowl practice he was out of his boot and doing some running on the side which is good news.   As everyone knows the...

#31 Shattle Fenteng - Review & Looking Forward When Fenteng signed with the Bulldogs he was expected to come in and make an instant impact.  After some promising signs early his season was derailed by a shoulder injury that led to a medical redshirt.  From the limited information out there it appears his recovery is progressing well and he...

#28 Tramel Terry - Review & Looking Forward Although it was not evident on Saturdays, Tramel Terry made some big strides as a defensive back in 2014.  It has been a difficult transition for Terry to convert from a dynamic offensive weapon to the defensive side of the ball after tearing his ACL in an all-star game.  Terry has had to learn...

#27 Nick Chubb - Review & Looking Forward What can you say about Nick Chubb's true freshmen that hasn't already been said?  He was better than advertised.  Comparison's to Herschel Walker and Bo Jackson have been mentioned and while he may not have the sprinter speed those two had, physically he is a phenom.  Chiseled out of granite,...

#24 – Dominick Sanders – Review & Looking Forward Dominick Sanders was the first “Pruitt Guy” for UGA.  Upon Pruitt's arrival in Athens the Tucker HS standout was one of Pruitt's priority targets.  Pruitt was a big fan of Sanders ball skills and his speed but I don't think anyone could have projected the impact he would have as a true freshmen....

#23 – Shakenneth Williams – Review & Looking Forward In 2014 Shakenneth surprisingly saw the field as a true freshmen after injuries had a major impact once again on the Georgia receiving corps.  His playing time was limited but when on the field you saw a combination of size, speed and fluidity that looked very promising.  Also, he did an...

#22 – Brendan Douglas – Review & Looking Forward The 2014 season was an up and down ride for Douglas.  He had a bigger role than anyone could have predicted in 2013 with the injuries to Gurley and Marshall and then in 2014 his role was expected to be taken over by a pair of 5-Star Freshmen and a healthy Gurley and Marshall ahead of him....

#20 – Quincy Mauger – Review & Looking Forward I would argue that Mauger was the most improved player on the defense in 2014.  The progress that he made from a true freshmen under Todd Grantham to his sophomore season under Jeremy Pruitt was nothing short of remarkable.  He showed his ability to grasp the concepts of Pruitt's defense and was...

#17 – Davin Bellamy – Review & Looking Forward 2014 was a year of what if's for Bellamy.  The 6'5 251 OLB had an excellent spring and even better fall camp but had trouble getting on the field with Jenkins, Floyd and Carter ahead of him.  As I have mentioned the Bulldogs have an embarrassment of riches at OLB on the roster.  Bellamy saw time...

#16 – Isaiah McKenzie – Review & Looking Forward As a last second addition to the Class of 2014, Isaiah came in and made one of the biggest impacts of anyone in the class.  McKenzie was dynamic with the ball in his hands whether as a runner, receiver or returner.  iMac has shown that he is going to be an elite return but he has to make serious...

#14 – Malkom Parrish – Review & Looking Forward Malkom Parrish was a flat our football player when he arrived in Athens.  In HS he was simply told to get out there and make plays which is exactly what he did.  He didn't have a true position he was just a wildcard.  That is what kept him off the field early in the season as true freshmen.  He...

#12 – Brice Ramsey – Review & Looking Forward Brice Ramsey had a very interesting redshirt freshmen season.  He entered the season tied with Faton Bauta at #2 on the depth chart but quickly earned the backup QB job all to himself.  At one point there was serious consideration given to starting Ramsey as Hutson Mason was struggling.  However,...

#10 Faton Bauta - Review & Looking Forward In 2014 Bauta entered the season locked in a dead heat with Brice Ramsey for the backup QB position.  While Bauta didn't do anything poorly he was outplayed by Brice Ramsey in practice and fell to third on the depth chart.  His running ability is intriguing and he has an underrated arm which...

#9 – Reggie Wilkerson – Review & Looking Forward 2014 was a year of recovery and relocation for Reggie.  When he arrived to Athens in 2013 he was exceptional practice and heading for a possible starting role at CB only to tear his ACL.  His recovery from surgery went well and he spent this year on special teams and with Jeremy Pruitt trying him...

#8 – Blake Tibbs – Review & Looking Forward 2014 was a disappointing season for Blake. The 6'2 185 pound receiver had shown some flashes of potential in 2013 and the coaches talked about him making progress and becoming more reliable in spring and fall practice. Unfortunately, he was unable to show that progress under the bright...

#8 – Shaun McGee – Review & Looking Forward During his redshirt freshmen season McGee saw the field for the first time in a special teams role.  McGee was used to cover kickoffs and occasionally on the punt coverage team as well.  If you have seen McGee in person the first thing that jumps out to you is just how physically put together the...

#7 – Lorenzo Carter – Review & Looking Forward Everyone expected Lorenzo Carter to see the field early in Athens but the real question was “How Often?”.  With Leonard Floyd's nagging shoulder injury Carter saw the field often, especially in the second half of the season.  Statistically speaking, he had an exceptional year for a true freshmen...

ImYourHuckleberry - #4 – Keith Marshall – Review & Looking Forward This was a rough season for Keith Marshall and certainly not the season he was expecting.  Having torn his ACL in the Tennessee game in 2013, Marshall had to work hard for 10 months to put himself in a position to get back on the field against Clemson and he did that and more.  Physically,...

ImYourHuckleberry - #1 Sony Michel – Review & Looking Forward As a true freshmen Sony Michel came to Athens and quickly worked his way to #2 on the Depth Chart, only behind Todd Gurley.  Unfortunately for Michel he suffered a shoulder injury and sprained ankle that sidelined him for 6 weeks this season.  In spite of the injuries Michel showed the Bulldog...

Pruitt Going for MORE SIZE Up Front in 2015? There is no doubt that the UGA defense made tremendous strides on defense between 2013 and 2014. The UGA pass defense improved tremendously as did the Dawgs ability to force turnovers and prevent big plays. However, the one clear weakness of this defense in 2014 was the ability to stop the power...

A Good Problem for Pruitt Jeremy Pruitt's job just got a whole lot easier and a whole lot more difficult at the same time. A few weeks ago many believed it was possible, if not likely, that Jordan Jenkins and Leonard Floyd would opt for the NFL. Their decision to return along with the emergence of Lorenzo Carter late in...

An UP & DOWN Week for the Dawgs Recruiting This week was not an ideal week for the Bulldogs when the nation's top recruit, Josh Sweat, chose FSU over UGA and Virginia Tech. Days later another top prospect for the Bulldogs, Albert Huggins, chose Clemson over UGA. The Bulldog's momentum in recruiting seemed to be slowing a bit. However, on...

Projecting 2015 Depth Chart (Including Current Commits)

ImYourHuckleberry - MONSTER Recruiting Update When you are an SEC Program and you do not have any home games for a six weekend period and you have a Top 10 conference rival coming into town it is bound to be a monster recruiting weekend.  That is the case for the Bulldogs this weekend as the Auburn Tigers come into town and the Bulldogs are...

ImYourHuckleberry - Class of 2015 Prediction - November Edition QB:RB:Chris Carson – 6'1 210WR: Terry Godwin – 6'0 172 – WRVan Jefferson – 6'3 182 – WRJayson Stanley – 6'2 205 – WRMichael Chigbu – 6'2 211 – WRDarius Slayton – 6'2 185 -...

ImYourHuckleberry - Problems @ ILB? Recruiting Update The Dawgs have exceptional athletes and potential at the OLB position this season and could potentially have an outstanding group return in 2015 if Leonard Floyd and Jordan Jenkins were to decide to return to Athens.  The inside linebacker position is much more of a question mark with Ramik...

ImYourHuckleberry - Recruiting Update/Defensive Line Talent Deficiency I would argue that the Class of 2015 is the most important recruiting class for the Bulldogs since Mark Richt has arrived in Athens.  While sitting in the stands in Jacksonville, Florida it became very clear that the Bulldogs have a severe talent deficiency at multiple positions – especially on...

Lean Years at Inside Linebacker in Georgia High Schools Historically, the state of Georgia has been a hotbed for inside linebacker prospects.  In recent years the likes of Kevin Minter (LSU) James Vaughters (Stanford), Amarlo Herrera (Georgia), A.J. Johnson (Tennessee), Dillon Lee (Alabama), Reggie Carter (Georgia), and Reuben Foster (Alabama) just to...

ImYourHuckleberry - Top 10 Georgia HS Football Prospects (Regardless of Class) Trent Thompson – DT – Westover HS – 2015 – Thompson is a man amongst boys on the HS level and is a physical freak for a man of his size.Chuma Edoga – OT – McEachern HS – 2015 – Edoga has been incredible for McEachern this year and is one of the most athletic offensive tackles in the entire...

ImYourHuckleberry – The Battle for a Prototypical Left Tackle In the Class of 2007 the Georgia Bulldogs signed a 6'5 280 4-Star offensive tackle from Anson, North Carolina named Trinton Sturdivant.  As a true freshmen, Sturdivant arrived on campus and to the surprise of many became a 1st Team Freshmen All-American.  Sturdivant protected Matthew Stafford's...

ImYourHuckleberry - Recruiting Update Unexpected Commit - The Dawgs got big news for the Class of 2015 when defensive lineman Michael Barnett decommited from Florida State and committed to the Dawgs.  The 6'5 261 pound lineman is another "Pruitt Guy".  Pruitt likes guys along the defensive line that can be three down...

ImYourHuckleberry - Huge Recruiting Update - The Defensive Line #2 Position of Need - DEFENSIVE LINEAgainst South Carolina it became abundantly clear that the Bulldogs need IMPACT players along the defensive front.  The Bulldogs have some solid players, while others are serviceable but nobody has shown that they can consistently take...

ImYourHuckleberry - Huge Recruiting Update - The Safety Position Through two games this season the trends are starting emerge on this team with regards to personnel strengths and weaknesses.  There are areas where the Bulldogs have elite ability all the way to areas that will need huge improvement to come in the Class of 2015.  Over the next I will update Top...

ImYourHuckleberry - Dawgs Building INCREDIBLE Class of Receivers The Class of 2015 for the Bulldogs is shaping up to be a very special class.  With the 21 commitments the Bulldogs already have on the board the class is ranked in the Top 3 in the Nation with the potential to get even better before the season ends.  While the overall haul of the class is very...

ImYourHuckleberry - Dawgs Building STRONG Foundation Since Dawg Night the Georgia Bulldogs have had their most succesful recruiting run in Mark Richt's tenure.  On Saturday, July 19th the Bulldogs landed 5-Star,  potential superstar QB Jacob Eason along with 5-Star monster offensive tackle Ben Cleveland for the Class of 2016.  Twenty-four days...

ImYourHuckleberry - HUGE Recruiting Update! After Dawg Night things are really beginning to take shape in the Class of 2015 and 2016 as well.  There have been more questions answered then questions raised this past week and things are beginning to shape up incredibly well for the Bulldogs so lets go to the update:QB...

ImYourHuckleberry - Dawg Day Recruiting Update As Mark Richt said it is no longer simply "Dawg Night" it is now "Dawg Day".  The amount of prospects who want to camp in Athens is so large that it simply does not make sense to only have the camp under the lights at Sanford Stadium.  That being said, with such a large amount of prospects coming...

ImYourHuckleberry - Recruiting Update Just a few thoughts as the "Dead Period" begins today: Micah Abernathy and Darius Slayton are two of the most important prospects left on UGA's Recruiting Board in my opinion.  As a matter of fact I would go as to say they are both among the Top 5 most important prospects left on...

ImYourHuckleberry - Offensive Line Recruiting Update! COMMITSDeVondre Seymour – 6'6 315 – Seymour will be a big arrival on campus for the Bulldogs, both in terms of size and in terms of the impact he can make.  The Bulldogs have made it no secret that they want to get bigger across the offensive line and...

ImYourHuckleberry - Film Study - Terry Godwin - 6'0 170 - WR/CB The Bulldogs 2015 recruiting class is beginning to take shape and it is time to take an in-depth look at the prospects that have already committed to the Dawgs and those that the Bulldogs are hoping to add to this class.  The first film study begins with the Bulldogs highest rated commitment at...

ImYourHuckleberry - UGA O-Line Recruiting - Panic? No. Concern? Yes. Each and every year Georgia sets their sights high in recruiting and offers many of the top prospects around the Southeast.  Often, they are mentioned as one of the top teams early in the recruiting process but over the course of the recruiting season they seem to fall behind and eventually miss...

ImYourHuckleberry - HUGE 2015 Recruiting Update! I've been doing a lot of research over the last month on the Class of 2015.  Taking into account the UGA depth chart, class breakdown and those prospects that UGA is recruiting a clear picture is beginning to shape up of what the Bulldogs are attempting to achieve.  Below I will let you in on...

UGA Building SERIOUS Momentum in 2015 Recruiting Class Nowadays there is recruiting overload.  With Signing Day 2014 having just wrapped up things are already in full swing for 2015 recruiting.  The UGA staff was given a couple days off after Signing Day to recharge the batteries but are already hitting the road hard trying to lock down the borders...

ImYourHuckleberry - Lorenzo Carter NOT Just Your Ordinary Signing When Lorenzo Carter made the announcement live on ESPNU yesterday afternoon that he was going to stay in state and play for the Georgia Bulldogs it was an exhilarating moment for the Bulldog Nation.  Sure, everyone is excited because he is extremely gifted and because he is the top ranked player...

#1 2015 OT to COMMIT on Signing Day Mitch Hyatt has gone public letting everyone know that he will be announcing his commitment on this Wednesday, Signing Day, at 7:00 P.M.  Hyatt is the #1 OT prospect in the State of Georgia and in the entire country according to some.  With him making a commitment so early in the process it...

An OPPORTUNITY to Build Best Offensive Line in Richt Era I have been watching a lot of film on UGA's incoming offensive line recruits in the Class of 2014 and some of the offensive lineman that UGA is recruiting very heavily for the Class of 2015 and if things play out right the Bulldogs finally have the opportunity to  build a powerful, maybe even...

UGA’s Goal – To TRULY Run This State in Recruiting! It has been said for the longest time that if the Bulldogs could lock down the state of Georgia in recruiting that there is no excuses for this program to not be competing for National Championships every year.  Unfortunately for the Bulldogs too much of the top talent has been escaping the state...

ImYourHuckleberry - Recruiting Update Terry Godwin – 6'1 170 – CB/WR – I can't tell you how big of a deal it was for UGA to land Terry Godwin this early in the process.  Godwin is one of the most dynamic athletes in the State of Georgia for the Class of 2015 and is one of the “Big 3” in the state of Georgia for 2015 that is – Mitch...































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