What are the top college basketball recruiting spots in Georgia?
The top four prospects in the state are Georgia’s leading point guards (Cameron Robinson, Dajuan Coleman, J.T. Jones, and Marcus Allen), who are all in their first year of eligibility.
Georgia has a pair of talented wing players (Rashawn Gorman and Marcus Lewis) and a versatile guard (Alex Goger, D.J. Johnson, and Jaron Johnson) who are eligible after this season.
But, while Georgia is the state with the best talent in the country, the Bulldogs also have one of the worst recruiting classes in the nation.
Georgia currently has nine players ranked in the top 100 of ESPN’s recruiting services.
There are a few players who could get a chance at a national title, but Georgia has the worst overall talent.
In 2017, Georgia added four-star guard Rashawn Gogorner, but he has since signed with another program, and his only offer has been for a scholarship.
Georgia’s talent is undeniable, but the Bulldogs can’t get out of their own way.
The best way to keep an elite recruiting class is to get the players to commit to you.
If the players are committed to you, it can only get better.
That means the Bulldogs should focus on getting the right players in for the right reasons.
Georgia has four of the top 25-ranked recruits in the class of 2019, and if you want to stay in the race, you need to be winning.
Georgia is a team with a lot of talented players who are committed, and it has the resources to recruit these players.
If you want Georgia to win, you have to win.
So, to get better at recruiting, you will have to recruit the right people.
You can’t just rely on the fact that every player is committed to the Bulldogs.
You have to have the right recruiters.