Georgia Football: Bulldog's Get Mulitple Commitments At Dawg Night

DawgNight participant, photo by Sonny Kennedy,

Wide receiver Shakenneth Williams from Rutland High School in Macon was the first prospect to commit to the Georgia staff during the annual Dawg Night camp. At 6-2, 195, he has the prototypical size that the Dawg staff covets in a receiver along with great hands and body control.

The second in-state prospect to pull the trigger was Lowndes County”s big offensive lineman Dyshon Sims, the 6-4, 280 pound tackle has seen his recruiting skyrocket in the past few months

They were joined by Florida safety prospect Kendall Gant (6-2, 185) from Lake Gibson High School in Lakeland.

Rain and lightning forced the group inside the athletic complex where they waited out a severe thunderstorm before resuming the camp on the turf fields.

A couple of top targets remain on campus for the weekend, four star offensive lineman Isaiah Winn from St. Petersburg, Florida and Ole Miss commit C. J. Hampton, a safety from Meridian, Mississippi. Winn is considered a heavy Georgia lean and could commit before leaving campus.

Update: Winn has committed and becomes the fourth new Dawg of the weekend!

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