Headquarters for Georgia Bulldogs football’s National Signing Day

Wednesday doesn’t look like it’s going to be a very busy day for Georgia. However, there are three names to watch for the Bulldogs as the February signing period officially opens:

Five star T.E Dossie Robinson

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Georgia tight ends coach Todd Hartley He helped reload the tight end’s December room by signing a four-star Pierce Spurlin And Lawson Lucky. While Spurlin and Luckie have a lot of promise, Hartley and the Bulldogs are chasing a big tight end from the West.

The 6-foot-6, 225-pound Robinson stands as the No. 1 tight end in the country, and his services are highly sought after by a number of schools. Georgia and USC seem like the favorites to land Robinson, but we may not get an answer today — multiple reports suggest Robinson will wait to make his final decision.

Probably a major in baseball as well, Robinson will have his name heard in the June MLB draft. This part of the equation seems to complicate matters as he looks forward to choosing a school.

Four star T.E Walker Lyons

Walker Lyons
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Another talented tight end out of the West, the Folsom, California native was a one-time Stanford native before reneging on his pledge David ShawDeparture as head coach.

Georgia appears to be gaining momentum in hiring the 6-foot-4, 230-pound Lyon, but he may also be waiting to make a college decision. Lyons is coming on his own Mormon mission that will push his arrival at college again until approximately August 2024. Lyons can go ahead and make it official with the school today, or he can bide his time since he won’t be joining the program. choose anytime soon.

Three stars OT Jamal Maryweather

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The player most likely to sign with Georgia today is a three-star offensive tackle Jamal Maryweatherthe only verbal commitment to a team not yet officially signed.

Meriwether was UCF’s commitment for about eight months before flipping his commitment to Georgia on December 5.

“First, I want to thank the University of Georgia Central Florida staff for taking the time to recruit me and giving me the opportunity to be a part of the program, especially Joss MalzanCoach Hand, William Lee, Alex Mathis,” the Brunswick native wrote on social media. However, after speaking with my family, I chose not to commit to the University of Central Florida. I wish you all the best. With that being said, I will flip my commitment to the University of Georgia as well as a 100 percent hiring closure. GoDawgs. “

Meriwether became the fifth offensive lineman in the class of 2023 to commit to play for the Georgia assistant Stacy Cyrillsjoining the Mount Pleasant (SC) Oceanside Collegiate Academy Top 100 Offensive Tackle Monroe FrielingFairburn (JA.) Langston Hughes four-star offensive tackle Bo HughlyColumbus (Georgia) Carver is a four-star inside offensive line Kelton Smithand Colonial Heights (Va.) Life Christian Academy Interior Attensive lineman Joshua Miller. All four other linemen signed with the Bulldogs during the early signing period.

Meriweather was named one of the OL’s MVPs at Lowndes Camp MVP this past February and then served Brunswick’s starting right back that fall. With the help of Meriweather, the Pirates went undefeated in the regular season before losing in the first round of the GHSA Class 6A state playoffs.

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