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Georgia looking to add to impressive 2018 recruiting class

08 February 2018

That certainly was not the case. They finished with the top-ranked class in the country, and signed a staggering seven five-star prospects, including No. 2 cornerback Tyson Campbell.

It's official. After originally committing to the University of Virginia for wrestling, the FOX 8 Friday Night Touchdown Player of the Year, Joey Baughman from Wadsworth High School has changed his mind and is now headed to Elon to play college football. That's pretty incredible, considering the Seminoles finished the early signing period at No. 36.

The No. 162-ranked prospect out of Seffner, Florida, had been committed to coach Willie Taggart at OR, but decommitted in December. Harrison joins fellow West Coast recruits Jaiden Woodbey and Camren McDonald. Georgia also flipped four-star linebackers Otis Reese and Quay Walker from MI and Alabama, respectively. They don't have to wait for one day in February to decide on their futures now that there are three days in December during which they can sign on the dotted line. Clay Helton and staff entered the day with eight ESPN 300 commitments, then proceeded to add No. 1 athlete Devon Williams, ESPN 300 cornerback and one-time UCLA verbal Olaijah Griffin, ESPN 300 cornerback Isaac Taylor-Stuart and ESPN 300 linebacker Solomon Tuliaupupu. With more than 70% of the class of 2018 already locked up, the past six weeks have been a little lighter on the craziness typically associated with peak recruiting season, as all sides can take stock of their options a little more deliberately.

The same thing happened the day before signing day to Texas, though the account was re-opened about an hour later.

Heartbroken Georgia fans still not over last month's crushing national championship game loss to Alabama received a big consolation prize. "I kind of like the early signing period". Oklahoma and Texas, however, led a huge rebound Wednesday. Penn State backed off his offer after a.

LSU: It was a day of tough losses for the Tigers.

Washington was hopeful of putting a major cap on its class, but star defensive end Jeremiah Martin from Southern California committed to Texas A&M. On top of that, the Tigers missed on receiver Mario Goodrich, who signed with Clemson. The Seminoles closed strong enough to have a borderline top-10 class. Oh, but what could have been.

Four-star DE Andrew Chatfield (No. 159 in ESPN 300) from Plantation, Florida signs with the Gators.

The Bulldogs are still in the running for four-star defensive tackle Rick Sandidge as well.

Georgia looking to add to impressive 2018 recruiting class