Insider Note Rivals Camp Series Atlanta - Quick Hits

Jake Reuse

Pillar of the DawgVent
Sep 26, 2013
Greetings from South Cobb High, where we're apparently going to be trapped in the gym thanks to inclement weather. Despite the elements, a number of top players across the southeast have shown up and many were talking about the Dawgs. Paul and Patrick will be chiming in soon, as well.

- First off, Rivals100 Georgia cornerback commit Jalen Perry says he's solid on his commitment and is working to recruit others for 2019, including fellow defensive backs Andrew Booth and DJ Turner. Perry is continuing to take visits, as he was just at Florida and Florida State and plans to find his way up to Michigan and Penn State over the summer. Even so, all signs point to Athens here, and that's great news for the Bulldogs.

- 2020 defensive tackle Jayson Jones (Calera, Ala.) plans on announcing his college decision coming up on July 4, and Georgia is atop the list currently. Alabama and Auburn are players here, but as of now, Jones says the feeling he gets in Athens is just different. Tray Scott is working this one hard, and the love is mutual.

- Rivals250 offensive tackle Amari Kight dropped his top schools recently, and the Bulldogs made the cut. Kight attributes that largely to the relationship he shares with Sam Pittman. He tells me the Bulldogs have told him they would like to take three tackles in this class. No decision timeline for him yet, as he admits he's flip-flopping a bit on when. He'll see Athens again before making the call.

- 2020 defensive end/outside linebacker Zykevious Walker lit up when speaking about Dan Lanning and Kirby Smart, though the Schley County pass rusher admits he grew up a Gators fan and is hoping for an offer from Florida. He'll be in Athens for practice on Tuesday. His recruitment is really just starting to take off, but expect Georgia to stay heavily involved.

- 2020 Hillgrove defensive end Myles Murphy has visited Georgia numerous times to this point, and the Bulldogs have made him a priority. One thing he's seen from the Bulldogs that he's impressed with is the attention to education, including the focus on improving their architectural program. While Murphy doesn't have a top group yet, he says Georgia would be in it if it were to drop.

Like I said, more to come, but something to whet the appetite. Happy Sunday to all.

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