Georgia football is already off to a quick start for the 2020 class. With G-Day drawing a massive crowd, we at Dawn of the Dawg take a crack at predicting who we think will be in this class.
The 2020 class is already impressive for Georgia football. According to 247Sports team rankings, Georgia has the No. 10 class in the country and the No. 4 class in the SEC. The Bulldogs commits have a 93.72 average rating.
Georgia currently has one 5-star and six 4-stars in its 2020 class.
The lone 5-star is Broderick Jones an offensive tackle from Lithonia, Georgia. He’s 6-5 and 75 pounds. According to 247Sports 2020 Composite rankings, he ranks as the No. 19 overall player, the No. 2 OT and the No. 3 prospect in Georgia.
Jones committed to Georgia a year ago on April 26. He currently has four offers and chose the Bulldogs over Alabama, Maryland, and Tennessee. Clemson showed some interests as well but hasn’t offered yet.
He is one of the most committed members of the 2020 group, and I don’t see him winding up anywhere but at Georgia.
The four stars for the Dawgs are Carson Beck, a four-star quarterback, from Jacksonville, Florida. He is the No. 3 PRO-QB in the 2020 class and the No. 7 prospect in Florida.
Jamil Burroughs and Nazir Stackhouse are the two four-star defensive tackles of the 2020 class. Both of them are from Georgia and rank in the top 25 of the state. Burroughs is No. 10 DT and the No. 12 Georgia prospect. As for Stackhouse, he is the No. 22 DT and the No. 23 Georgia prospect.
Georgia’s second offensive linemen of the class and the most recent commit for the Dawgs is Akinola Ogunbiyi, a four-star offensive guard from Sugar Land, Texas. He is the No. 12 OG and the No. 34 prospect in Texas. Ogunbiyi committed to Georgia on April 20 after the G-Day game.
Jalen Kimber is the second player from Texas in this group. He is a four-star cornerback from Arlington, Texas. He ranks as the No. 16 CB and the No. 34 player in Texas. Kimber committed to the Dawgs on April 17.
Finally, the last member, for now, of the 2020 class is Justin Robinson, a four-star wide receiver. He’s 6-4 and 200 pounds going into his senior year, and this frame is what Georgia needs. Robinson is from Mcdonough, Georgia and ranks as the No. 63 WR and the No. 31 prospect in Georgia.
Now that you know who the current commits are let’s take a look at who I think will make up Georgia’s entire 2020 class.
I give my prediction, followed by a 1-3 rating of how confident I am that Georgia lands the player, and I provide a few ‘other targets’ names to keep an eye out for during this cycle.