Monday, June 13, 2011
Class of 2012
The Mark Richt Football Camp this weekend was a success. At least as far as Georgia fans are concerned. I have no idea how many kids were involved, how much work got done, or if any real improvements were made. But I do know that Richt's camp gives him the opportunity to meet high school fb players face-to-face and it helped net four commits for next year. And, while it's always nice to sign four players, it's especially nice to land "the state’s No. 1 package deal." The package is DE James DeLoach and DT Jonathon Taylor (4-stars), from Jenkins County HS. Kipp Adams (UGA/rivals) describes Taylor as "the most talented defensive tackle to come out of Georgia the last five years..." While he might be a little too raw for a five star rating right now, I'll bet his senior season might get him there. The two D-linemen will make a nice signing class compliment to Leonard Floyd (Dodge Co.), a 4-star DE who committed back in April. The Dawgs also landed Pierce County High School FB Quayvon Hicks (3-stars) and Cartersville High School P Collin Barber this weekend.