D’Andre Swift Nolan Smith Kearis Jackson Zamir White Jermaine Johnson DJ Daniel Clay Webb Travon Walker Nakobe Dean Dominick Blaylock Brian Herrien Richard LeCounte Brenton Cox James Cook Jeremiah Holloman Jake Fromm Demetris Robertson Divaad Wilson JR Reed Quay Walker Eric Stokes Christopher Smith Monty Rice Robert Beal Jr. Azeez Ojulari Channing Tindall David Marshall Tyler Clark Justin Shaffer Trey Hill Solomon Kindley Jamaree Salyer Andrew Thomas Netori Johnson Ben Cleveland Cade Mays D’Marcus Hayes Isaiah Wilson John Fitzpatrick Charlie Woerner Jordan Davis Marshall Long Rodrigo Blankenship

Break Out Stars 2019-2020 season The Mighty UGA Georgia Bulldogs

 

Our top players for 2019-2020 season.

 

  1. D’Andre Swift
  2. Nolan Smith
  3. Kearis Jackson
  4. Zamir White
  5. Jermaine Johnson
  6. Channing Tindall
  7. DJ Daniel
  8. Clay Webb
  9. Travon Walker
  10. Nakobe Dean
  11. Dominick Blaylock
  12. Brian Herrien
  13. Richard LeCounte
  14. Brenton Cox
  15. James Cook
  16. Jeremiah Holloman
  17. Jake Fromm
  18. Demetris Robertson
  19. Divaad Wilson
  20. JR Reed
  21. Quay Walker
  22. Eric Stokes
  23. Christopher Smith
  24. Monty Rice
  25. Robert Beal Jr.
  26. Azeez Ojulari
  27. Channing Tindall
  28. David Marshall
  29. Tyler Clark
  30. Justin Shaffer
  31. Trey Hill
  32. Solomon Kindley
  33. Jamaree Salyer
  34. Andrew Thomas
  35. Netori Johnson
  36. Ben Cleveland
  37. Cade Mays
  38. D’Marcus Hayes
  39. Isaiah Wilson
  40. John Fitzpatrick
  41. Charlie Woerner
  42. Jordan Davis
  43. Marshall Long
  44. Rodrigo Blankenship

 

The best of the best.

 

5-28-2019

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2-Deep both sides ball and special teams these have to get the snaps 2019-2020 season. We can’t waste this talent Kirby get these on your 2-deep somewhere 2019-2020 season Kirby.

  1. D’Andre Swift
  2. Nolan Smith
  3. Kearis Jackson
  4. Zamir White
  5. Jermaine Johnson
  6. DJ Daniel
  7. Clay Webb
  8. Travon Walker
  9. Nakobe Dean
  10. Dominick Blaylock
  11. Brian Herrien
  12. Richard LeCounte
  13. Brenton Cox
  14. James Cook
  15. Jeremiah Holloman
  16. Jake Fromm
  17. Demetris Robertson
  18. Divaad Wilson
  19. JR Reed
  20. Quay Walker
  21. Eric Stokes
  22. Christopher Smith
  23. Monty Rice
  24. Robert Beal Jr.
  25. Azeez Ojulari
  26. Channing Tindall
  27. David Marshall
  28. Tyler Clark
  29. Justin Shaffer
  30. Trey Hill
  31. Solomon Kindley
  32. Jamaree Salyer
  33. Andrew Thomas
  34. Netori Johnson
  35. Ben Cleveland
  36. Cade Mays
  37. D’Marcus Hayes
  38. Isaiah Wilson
  39. John Fitzpatrick
  40. Charlie Woerner
  41. Jordan Davis
  42. Marshall Long
  43. Rodrigo Blankenship

 

1-26-2019

Jarrett Stidham Auburn is 2nd String All-SEC QB 2018 and Drew Lock is 1st String All-SEC QB 2018 with Jake Fromm bringing-up the rear at 3rd String QB All-SEC

http://www.secsports.com/article/24453532/2018-preseason-coaches-all-sec-football-team-announced

 

According to The SEC Coaches themselves who voted on this today.

 

 

 

There is a reason to not do self check-out at Walmart anyway.  It is so difficult to get their improperly programmed and maintained equipment to work in the first place Dyshon Sims.

 

8-24-2018

Most underrated UGA Georgia Bulldogs 2018 season ? That is an easy list.

    1. Justin Fields-e Harrison Kennesaw 5-star # 1 prospect in the nation overall # 1 QB nationally 4.51 at 6’3″ and 221 lbs. big boy
    2. JR Reed 6′ 195 DB played as redshirt freshman at Tulsa in 2015. Dad Jake Reed NFL not J.R. Reed NFL db. This is our top recruit’s cousin DeAngelo Gibbs. 
    3. # 2 Athlete Nationally *DeAngelo Gibbs 4.52 Nike 40-yard dash 6’ 2” 204 lbs. Grayson # 25 overall prospect nationally 2017 Scout.com # 40 overall and # 3 Safety by 247Sports.com Composite # 10 Overall ESPN RecruitingNation  Signed Enrolled 1-9-17
    4. # 2 Safety *Richard LeCounte 4.51 Nike 40-yard dash 6′ 1″ 186 lbs. Liberty County Hinesville # 43 overall prospect nationally 2017 Scout.com # 27 overall by 247Sports.com Composite # 11 Overall ESPN RecruitingNation Signed Enrolled 1-9-17
    5. # 3 QB *Jake Fromm 6′ 2″ 203 lbs. Houston Warner Robins # 28 overall prospect nationally 2017 Scout.com # 46 overall and # 3 PRO QB by 247Sports.com Composite Signed Enrolled 1-9-17
    6. # 4 Running Back *D’Andre Swift 5′ 9.5″ 214 lbs. with 4.43 Nike 40-yard dash Philadelphia Joseph’s Prep School # 37 overall prospect nationally 2017 Scout.com # 36 overall and # 4 RB by 247Sports.com Composite Signed LOI 2-1-2017
    7. # 4 OG *Netori Johnson 6′ 3.5″ 348 lbs. Cedar Grove # 82 overall and # 5 OG prospect nationally 2017 by 247Sports.com Composite Signed LOI 2-1-2017
    8. # 6 ILB *Nate McBride 6′ 2″ 225 lbs. 4.53 in 40-yard dash 10.5 in 100 meters Vidalia # 92 overall and # 2 ILB prospect nationally 2017 by 247Sports.com Composite Signed LOI 2-1-2017
    9. # 7 OT *Isaiah Wilson 6′ 7″ 350 lbs. Brooklyn New York # 42 overall prospect nationally 2017 Scout.com # 32 overall by 247Sports.com Composite # 2 Overall ESPN RecruitingNation Signed LOI 2-1-2017
    10. # 7 OLB *Walter Grant 6′ 4″ 235 lbs. Cairo # 93 overall prospect nationally 2017 Scout.com Signed LOI 2-1-2017
    11. # 8 DE *Robert Beal 6′ 3.5″ 234 lbs. Norcross IMG Academy Bradenton FL # 74 overall prospect nationally 2017 Scout.com # 81 overall and # 5 DE by 247Sports.com Composite # 4 Overall ESPN RecruitingNation Signed LOI 2-1-2017
    12. # 9 ILB Monty Rice of James Clemens High in Madison ALABAMA 6′ 2″ 228 lbs. Nike 40-yard dash time 4.62 ! the # 221 best overall prospect nationally regardless of position 2017 by Scout.com 4-Star Scout.com obviously with that size length and speed and Scout.com ranks Monty Rice the # 9 Inside Linebacker in the nation 2017. Signed Enrolled 1-9-2017
    13. # 10 OLB Jaden Hunter 6′ 2″ 212 lbs. 4.81 Nike 40-yard dash Westlake Atlanta # 136 overall prospect nationally 2017 by 247Sports.com Composite Signed LOI 2-1-2017
    14. # 11 OT *Andrew Thomas 6″ 4.5″ 318 lbs. Pace Academy # 54 overall prospect nationally 2017 Scout.com # 74 overall and # 12 OT by 247Sports.com Composite # 38 Overall ESPN RecruitingNation Signed LOI 2-1-2017
    15. # 13 DT Devante Wyatt 6′ 3″ 298 lbs. 4.59 in 40-yard dash Towers # 230 overall prospect nationally 2017 Scout.com Signed LOI 2-1-2017
    16. # 14 nationally overall JUCO # 2 JUCO OT *D’Marcus Hayes 6′ 5″ and 320 lbs. Madison Central Mississippi JUCO # 5 JUCO overall prospect nationally 2017 Scout.com # 14 nationally JUCO by 247Sports.com Composite Signed Enrolled 1-9-2017 
    17. # 14 OG Justin Shaffer 6′ 5″ 346 lbs. also Cedar Grove # 243 overall prospect nationally 2017 Scout.com Signed LOI 2-1-2017
    18. # 16 CB *William Poole III 4.52 Nike 40-yard dash 6′ 179 lbs. Hapeville College Park # 46 Overall ESPN RecruitingNation # 180 overall prospect nationally 2017 by 247Sports.com Composite Signed LOI 2-1-2017
    19. # 16 CB Tray Bishop 6′ 2″ 185 lbs. Terrell County Dawson # 113 overall prospect nationally 2017 by 247Sports.com Composite # 156 overall Scout.com # 10 CB Scout.com Signed LOI 2-1-2017
    20. # 18 DE *Malik Herring 6′ 4″ 265 lbs. Mary Persons # 84 Overall ESPN RecruitingNation # 150 overall prospect nationally 2017 by 247Sports.com Composite  DL  Signed LOI 2-1-2017
    21. # 19 WR Mark Webb Jr. also Philadelphia 6′ 2″ and 195 lbs. # 134 overall and # 20 WR prospect nationally 2017 by 247Sports.com Composite Signed LOI 2-1-2017
    22. # 19 WR *Jeremiah Holloman 6′ 2″ 195 lbs. with 4.48 time 40-yard dash Newton High # 98 Overall ESPN RecruitingNation  # 135 overall prospect nationally 2017 Scout.com # 131 overall and # 19 WR by 247Sports.com Composite Signed Enrolled 1-9-17
    23. DaQuan Hawkins-Muckle DT
    24. Michael Barnett DE
    25. Natrez Patrick ILB Star-in-the-making 6′ 3″ 238 lbs. Mays High Atlanta
    26. Jonathan Ledbetter 6′ 4″ 269 lbs. could be future Star 
    27. Deandre Baker  CB
    28. D’Andre Walker LB 6′ 3″ 223 lbs. Fairburn
    29. Michail Carter  DL
    30. Julian Rochester fabulous McEachern 6′ 5″ 316 lbs. DL  NFL bound 
    31. Tyler Clark  DL
    32. David Marshall  6′ 3″ 273 lbs. DE listed as OLB Thomaston he’s great 
    33. Elijah Holyfield 5′ 11″ 215 lbs. RB injured early fell behind 2016 wasted redshirt year
    34. Riley Ridley  6′ 2″ 200 lbs. WR Deerfield Beach
    35. Charlie Woerner  6′ 5″ 251 lbs. Rabun County Starter 2016 TE
    36. Brian Herrien  6′ 210 lbs. not used nearly enough 2016 big year
    37. Isaac Nauta  TE Buford Georgia Consensus Freshman All-America forgot throw him ball
    38. Mecole Hardman Jr.  KOR listed ATH said DB wasted so far big year 2017  I still say WR
    39. Solomon Kindley   6′ 4″ 336 lbs.
    40. Ben Cleveland OL Redshirted 2016 as a Freshman
    41. Jake Camarda-s Norcross Keith Maloof 6′ 2″ 175 lbs. # 7 Kicker nationally 5-star Punter & Kicker
    42. John Fitzpatrick-s Marist School  6′ 6″ 230 lbs.  4-Star # 121 national prospect # 5 Tight End
    43. Kearis Jackson-e Peach County Fort Valley # 26 national prospect # 4 Wide Receiver 4.53 at 5′ 11″ and 203 lbs.
    44. Trey Hill-e Houston County Warner Robins 6′ 3.5″ 346 lbs. # 38 national # 2 Offensive Guard
    45. James Cook-s Miami Northwestern HS 5′ 11″ 183 lbs. # 31 national # 3 Running Back 4.69
    46. Jamaree Salyer-s Pace Academy 5-star 6′ 4″ 342 lbs. # 10 national prospect # 1 Offensive Guard
    47. Zamir White-e Scotland NC 5-star  6′ 1″ 220 lbs. # 6 national prospect # 1 Running Back 4.39 will be redshirted because of his ACL surgery you just lose a year if you want him to be right at 6′ 1″ and 220 lbs.
    48. Azeez Ojulari-s Marietta  6′ 3″ 230 lbs. # 79 national prospect # 7 Defensive End 4.69
    49. Adam Anderson-s Rome 6′ 5″ 225 lbs. 5-star # 18 national prospect # 1 Outside Linebacker
    50. Cade Mays-e Knoxville  6′ 6″ 318 lbs. 5-star # 16 national prospect # 2 Offensive Tackle
    51. Brenton Cox-e Stockbridge 5-star 6′ 4″ 250 lbs. 5-star # 22 national prospect # 2 Defensive End
    52. Nadab Joseph-s Miami 6′ 180 lbs. # 155 national prospect # 10 Cornerback
    53. Luke Ford-s Carterville Illinois 6′ 6″ 248 lbs. # 49 national # 2 Tight End
    54. Channing Tindall-s Columbia SC 6′ 2″ 213 lbs. # 19 national prospect # 5 Outside Linebacker 4.86
    55. Otis Reese Leesburg GA # 56 overall prospect in the nation # 5 OLB
    56. Tyson Campbell 5-Star Am Heritage Ft Lauderdale # 12 nation overall # 2 CB
    57. Quay Walker 5-Star Cordele # 2 best OLB nation # 31 overall JaQUAvian

 

There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that these 57 are ALL 57 way underrated UGA Georgia Bulldogs 2018 season.

 

6-28-2018

Polly Wolly Doodle All the Day – despite losing 2 dozen all starters Georgia has quite the haul for AP All-SEC 2018 Pre-Season Selections

Offensive selections

Quarterbacks

 

Running backs

 

Wide receivers

 

All-Purpose Offense

 

Centers

Guards

 

Tackles

Tight ends

Defensive selections

Defensive ends

Defensive tackles

Linebackers

Cornerbacks

Safeties

Special teams

Kickers

Punters

All purpose/return specialist

 

 

This looks quite a bit different from what will be the AP 2018 All-SEC football team Post-Season.  Still Polly Wolly Doodle All the Day would seem the general sentiment of the inclusion of a dozen UGA Georgia Bulldogs on the AP Poll 2018 Pre-Season All-SEC football team.

 

 

 

 

(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-dKLQSjxWHI)

 

https://georgiadogs.com/roster.aspx?path=football&roster=1058&sort=name

 

6-4-2018

The Top 50 Most Important Players for The Mighty Georgia Bulldogs 2018 season – these guys should make the most impact 2018 for us

  1. Justin Fields
  2. D’Andre Swift
  3. J.R. Reed
  4. Jake Fromm
  5. Brenton Cox 5-Star Stockbridge 6′ 4″ 250 lbs. # 33 nation overall # 2 DE
  6. Richard LeCounte
  7. Zamir White 5-Star Scotland NC  6′ 1″ 220 lbs. # 6 nation overall # 1 RB
  8. Mecole Hardman
  9. Terry Godwin
  10. Natrez Patrick
  11. Riley Ridley
  12. Jeremiah Holloman
  13. Kearis Jackson Peach Ft Val 4.53 in 40-yard dash # 26 nation overall # 4 WR
  14. Elijah Holyfield
  15. Jonathan Ledbetter
  16. D’Andre Walker
  17. Deandre Baker
  18. Isaac Nauta
  19. Ahkil Crumpton
  20. Monty Rice
  21. Robert Beal Jr.
  22. Brian Herrien
  23. Tyler Clark
  24. Trey Hill Houston Warner Robins 6′ 3.5″ 346 lbs. # 38 nation overall # 2 Guard
  25. Andrew Thomas
  26. Netori Johnson
  27. Ben Cleveland
  28. Cade Mays 5-Star Knoxville  6′ 6″ 318 lbs. # 16 nation overall # 2 OT
  29. D’Marcus Hayes
  30. Isaiah Wilson
  31. Charlie Woerner
  32. DaQuan Hawkins-Muckle
  33. Rodrigo Blankenship
  34. Jamaree Salyer 5-Star Pace Academy 6′ 4″ 342 lbs. # 10 nation overall # 1 OG
  35. Tyson Campbell 5-Star Am Heritage Ft Lauderdale # 12 nation overall # 2 CB
  36. Adam Anderson 5-Star Rome  6′ 5″ 225 lbs # 18 nation overall # 1 OL
  37. James Cook 5-Star Miami Northwestern 5′ 11″ 183 lbs. # 22 national # 3 RB
  38. Quay Walker 5-Star Cordele # 2 best OLB nation # 31 overall JaQUAvian
  39. Luke Ford Illinois 6′ 6″ 252 lbs. # 49 nation overall # 2 Tight End
  40. Azeez Ojulari Marietta  6′ 3″ 230 lbs. # 79 nation overall # 7 Defensive
  41. Otis Reese Leesburg GA # 56 overall prospect in the nation # 5 OLB
  42. Channing Tindall Columbia SC 6′ 2″ 218 lbs. # 91 nation overall # 5 OLB
  43. John FitzPatrick Marist School  6′ 6″ 230 lbs. # 121 nation overall # 5 TE
  44. Chris Smith Hapeville Atlanta # 295 nation overall # 29 cornerback
  45. Devonte Wyatt Towers 6′ 3″ 301 lbs. DL # 10 JUCO nation # 4 JUCO DT
  46. Nadab Joseph Miami 6′ 180 lbs. # 155 nation overall # 10 Cornerback
  47. Warren Ericson North Gwinnett 6′ 4″ 315 lbs. # 222 nation overall #11 OG
  48. Jake Camarda Norcross Keith Maloof 6′ 2″ 175 lbs. # 7 Kicker nation and Punter
  49. Tommy Bush Samuel Clemens Schertz Texas # 196 overall # 37 top WR
  50. Jay Hays DT transfer from Notre Dame

 

https://georgiadogs.com/roster.aspx?path=football

 

These are ALSO the ones I see with NFL potential.

 

As you can SEE HERE the # 1 recruiting class in the nation makes up quite a bit of our talent 2018.  If Kirby HOLDS THEM BACK 2018 then 2018 is shot and we shall NOT make our potential.

 

29 seasons Mighty Georgia Bulldogs won 80 percent of our games and this will be 30 seasons college football play-off final 4 team – if we get these 50 on the field doing the heavy lifting and if Justin Fields and James Coley can do SOMETHING about only 31 percent of our plays all last season passing plays and the # 105 Passing Offense awful numbers we put up for all of last season. We need our freshmen and Kirby has held back freshmen both 2016 and 2017 seasons costing us.  He pulls that again 2018 and we will not achieve what we could 2018.

 

 

5-3-2018