Tuesday, November 1, 2005

Recruiting Tidbits

Despite losing 14-10 to Florida and falling out of the national championship hunt this past Saturday, Mark Richt's Bulldogs remain in great shape for several top prospects on their recruiting board. Stephenson defensive end Jermaine Cunningham, Heard County running back Carlos Brown, Fort Campbell (Ky.) defensive end/linebacker Micah Johnson and Middletown (N.J.) South running back Knowshon Moreno all went on the record as saying the game had no bearing on their interest in the Bulldogs.
Rest of the SEC

Georgia Tech
The Yellow Jackets became the first school to extend a scholarship offer to Chesapeake (Va.) Greenrbriar Christian fullback Trevor Bray. The 5-foot-11, 228-pound Bray plans to visit Atlanta the weekend of Nov. 25, when Tech plays host to archrival Georgia. "I'd like to commit to a school before January, but if I still need to take my visits and everything, then I will make a decision late," Bray said. "It's up in the air right now." West Laurens wide receiver Demaryius Thomas (6-4, 210) says he plans to visit Tech the weekend of Dec. 9.
Rest of the ACC

1 comment:

  1. Trevor Bray has now committed to the Jackets.


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