The Alabama-Georgia fight for recruiting questions is still alive

Georgia is still in the hunt for a few more recruits, and its recruiting battles are only getting tougher.

But it appears that the two biggest rivalries in the SEC will be heading to a fight for the top recruits in the country.

Georgia has a very strong relationship with Alabama.

But, according to 247 Sports, Georgia and Alabama have been feuding ever since the two schools agreed to a deal in January that included a six-figure payout for a player.

That player was Nick Saban, and 247 says Alabama is currently in the process of wooing a number of other top players.

The Bulldogs are also looking to add another top prospect, but that process is taking longer than anticipated.

Georgia is also going through a recruiting process of its own, and Georgia has been a top target of some of the top prospects in the nation, including Florida State defensive end Jadeveon Clowney.

The Seminoles have had a few big offers for the 6-foot-4, 265-pounder, including a $10 million offer from Auburn.

Clemson, Alabama, Florida and Ohio State are also all considered possibilities for Clowney, but Alabama hasn’t been in the mix yet.

The Tigers have also been linked to LSU wide receiver Jaelen Strong, but LSU’s official website says Strong is still committed to Georgia.

Strong was the No. 2 overall recruit in the class of 2018 and has since decommitted from Georgia.