National Signing Day 2015: Who are Georgia’s Top Remaining Targets?

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Feb 5, 2014; Norcross, GA, USA; Norcross High School defensive end Lorenzo Carter holds a stuffed bulldog after announcing that he will sign with the Georgia Bulldogs at Norcross High School. Mandatory Credit: Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

National Signing Day is only a few weeks away, so who do Mark Richt and the Bulldogs have high on their list of uncommitted targets?

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The fallout from Mike Bobo and Will Friend leaving the Georgia football program has been fairly minimal in terms of recruits, and now with Brian Schottenheimer hired as the team’s new offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, the focus on new recruits can resume.

There are still some 4-star and 5-star recruits who have yet to announce their choice of school, and some of these highly sought-after players are on Georgia’s radar.

But the Bulldogs have some other, lesser-known targets in mind as well, and there will be a renewed focus on finding some top offensive line prospects within the state of Georgia’s borders.

Some of these targets might be long shots, but nothing gained, nothing lost if Richt doesn’t at least take a shot at them. While others have Georgia high on their lists, and it could come down to an actual National Signing Day decision.

Will the hiring of Schottenheimer make finding some more offensive recruits easier, and can Jeremy Pruitt keep up his track record of recruiting success? Here’s some targets that might help answer those questions.

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