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May 16, 2013

UGASports.com Hot Board - Offense

Here is the latest UGASports.com Football Hot Board. For more information, including verbal commitments, prospect database, and scholarship distribution see the following:

RUNNING BACK

99%

Sony Mitchel
5-11, 205-lbs., 4.5 -- American Heritage, Plantation, Fla.

Michel committed to Georgia this spring and says he will only visit UGA.

65% Nick Chubb
5-11, 218-lbs. -- Cedartown HS, Cedartown, Ga.

Set to decide on May 28 between UGA, Auburn and South Carolina. Appears to be a Bulldogs vs. Gamecocks battle with Auburn having a shot.

30%

Joe Mixon
6-2, 207-lbs. -- Freedom HS, Oakley, Calif.

Says UGA stands out but distance and numbers will factor in. Mixon is likely to stay on the west coast but the Bulldogs are on him hard.

45% Adam Choice
5-9, 190-lbs., 4.5 -- Thomas Co. Cent. HS, Thomasville, Ga.

Has named UGA his leader but the Bulldogs could fill up at the position. Keep an eye on Clemson and South Carolina.

40%

Darrel Williams
6-1, 200-lbs. -- John Ehret, Marrero, La.

UGA is in the top group and could turn up the heat if it misses on Chubb. Florida is also heavily in the mix with LSU lurking.

It appears that Georgia will only take two running backs in this class. If Chubb joins Michel on UGA's commitment list later this month, the Bulldogs will likely continue to recruit other running backs in case one of those two gets cold feet. We don't, however, expect Georgia to take more than two running backs in 2014.

WIDE RECEIVER

99%

Krenwick Sanders
6-2, 190.-lbs. -- Wayne Co., Jesup, Ga.

Sanders likes FSU a lot and the Seminoles could be a factor here, but as of now he is still a firm commitment to Georgia.

15% Shaq Davidson
6-0, 170-lbs., -- Gaffney HS, Gaffney, SC

South Carolina is the leader for Davidson and that isn't likely to change. Georgia could make a move but it is unlikely.

10%

Cameron Sims
6-4, 190-lbs., -- Ouachita Parish, Monroe, La.

If Georgia can get him on campus, the Bulldogs have a chance. Until then UGA isn't a serious player.

Hillgrove wide receiver Emmanuel Beal could be close to a UGA offer and the Bulldogs would be in strong position should that offer go out.

TIGHT END

99%

Jeb Blazevich
6-5, 240-lbs -- Christian, Charlotte, NC

Blazevich said he is finished with recruiting and is solid to the Bulldogs.

OFFENSIVE LINE

90%

Dyshon Sims
6-5, 275-lbs., --Lowndes Co., Clyattville, Ga.

The early bird could get the worm with Sims as Georgia is the first BCS offer for the Peach State lineman. UGA has a big lead.

60% Isaiah Wynn
6-2, 269-lbs., -- Lakewood HS, St. Petersburg, Fla.

Georgia is in great position with the fast- rising lineman. Florida, Vanderbilt, and Ole Miss are also heavily in the mix.

55%

Nolan Kelleher
6-6, 285-lbs., -- Wando HA, Mt. Pleasant, SC

If Georgia continues to pursue the Palmetto State lineman heavily, it could land the talented prospect. FSU is the main competition.

49%

Dontavius Blair N/A
6-8, 300-lbs., -- Garden City CC, Garden City, Kas.

Blair has yet to visit UGA, and the Bulldogs are poised to make a big move once he does. Other SEC schools are strongly in the mix.

33%

Corey Martinez
6-4, 290-lbs., -- Tampa Catholic, Tampa, Fla.

FSU would have to be considered the leader here, but Martinez is likely to visit Georgia again either unofficially or officially.

30% D.J. Foster
6-3, 312-lbs., -- Southeast HS, Lincoln, Neb.

UGA's chances could dramatically increase if Foster takes a visit to Athens. Nebraska could be tough to beat as his brother plays there.

25%

Brian Wallace N/A
6-6, 304-lbs., -- Christian Bros. Col. HS, St. Louis, Mo.

As is the case with Foster, UGA could make a big move if Wallace visits. A visit could happen this summer.

10% David Sharpe
6-8, 275-lbs., -- Providence School, Jacksonville, Fla.

Sharpe has interest in Georgia but Florida and FSU are going to be tough to beat. UGA hopes to get him on campus soon.

Due to academic issues, there is a solid chance that 2013 signee DeVondre Seymour will end up signing again with Georgia in the 2014 class. UGASports will monitor that situation closely over the next couple of months. If Seymour ends up at UGA this fall, then the Bulldogs might decide to take one less offensive lineman in 2014.


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