Monday, February 4, 2013

Countdown to NSD - 2 days

And so we enter the dead period having trimmed our board of target names down considerably. Could something dramatic happen to where the likes of Reuben Foster, Alvin Kamara or Laremy Tunsil sign with Georgia on Wednesday? Well, sure. College football recruiting has proven this year to have more than a flair for the dramatic. Much.

But let's face it, we need to move on.

Late bloomer Adeosun
Devondre Seymour - Facing possible non-qualifier status. He's only visited Georgia so far. We might get his letter of intent Wednesday, but he might also decide to push back his decision to see what specifically happens academically. Can't say that I blame him at all.

Montravius Adams - For Georgia to get his LOI we'd have to prove to be as attractive a landing spot for the Vienna GA product as the school that has been with Adams all along, Clemson. The Georgia coaches have done just that. Appears the Dawgs lead the for his signature.

Davin Bellamy - The Chamblee defensive end/outside linebacker returned from his official to Oregon over the weekend with Georgia on his mind still. Grantham really sold Bellamy on his scheme and how he would fit. He walked away from his commitment to FSU looking for a new home and found one in UGA.

George Adeosun - We'll take a closer look at the Alpharetta offensive tackle tomorrow as he's come out of nowhere recently, going from a William and Mary commitment to having several BCS school offers in a couple of weeks. He was at Arizona State this weekend (even as Friend and Bobo met with his family in Alpharetta) and has also visited Oklahoma. He won't make a visit before signing day mostly due to the timing of the offer and also the dead period we're in, so it's possible he too might delay his decision. But right now it looks good for Georgia to get his signature on Wednesday.