National Signing Day is only a week away, and the Bulldogs have some work to do. 


Georgia has already seen some big names, like 5-star defensive tackle Nolan Smith and 5-star linebacker Nakobe Dean, enroll at the school. Their 2019 class is ranked second in the nation, but there are still some guys they could add that would put them over the edge. 

4-star cornerback Kaiir Elam is likely at the top of Georgia's list right now. Many reports say that he's now between only Florida and Georgia. Head coach Kirby Smart has been keeping in touch with him, despite Elam's perceived lean towards Florida. The Crystal Ball has him going to the Gators, so Smart will have to make a strong push to convince him to come to Athens. 

Another guy that Georgia is targeting is a hot commodity for a handful of teams. Tight end Brett Seither is a 3-star recruit whose top schools include Alabama, Georgia, and TCU. Like Alabama, Georgia is also losing two tight ends, and they're in need of a guy to fill the hole. TCU looks like his preference, but one of these more successful programs might still have a shot. 


Lastly, the coveted 4-star Mark-Anthony Richards is listed as an "athlete"; he can play both sides of the ball at 6-1,195 pounds. Richards has offers from Auburn, Florida, and Miami, along with his Georgia offer. He recently visited Georgia with the other two guys, but it seems like he's not leaning towards the Bulldogs. Smart will have to pull off some magic with Richards if he wants him on his team.