Georgia Recruiting: Biggest sleepers of 2015 recruiting class

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Nov 29, 2014; Athens, GA, USA; The Georgia Bulldogs players run on the field before the game against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets at Sanford Stadium. Georgia Tech defeated Georgia 30-24 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

Georgia recruiting came away with some big wins on National Signing Day, but what about the guys who you may not look to produce big things.

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Every Georgia coach, player and fan was thrilled when the two 5-star gems in the 2015 recruiting class — Terry Godwin and Trent Thompson — signed their letters of intent, and ended all speculation about possibly wandering elsewhere besides Athens.

But beyond those two potential superstars, and a handful of 4-star prospects who are also gazed at with big eyes and even bigger expectations, there are a few guys who made their commitment to come to Georgia who may be a big surprise for those who follow the Dawgs.

Sometimes these overlooked players can be just as athletic and special as some of the highly touted recruits, but whether due to state, school or other factors, they simply don’t get the notice from coaches the way they should.

Georgia has some this year…a number of them in fact. And while all eyes will fixed upon Godwin and Thompson, as well as guys like Jonathan Ledbetter, Natrez Patrick and Rico McGraw, these up-and-coming players could have huge impacts on the Bulldogs in 2015.

Here are four to really watch closely when practices get rolling

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