Surprisingly Georgia football recruiting will be more intimidating now

Georgia football recruiting is already one of the best in college football, but now you throw in a national championship, and it will be downright brutal to out-recruit the Dawgs.

Head coach Kirby Smart is already a mastermind on the recruiting trail, and his coaching staff follows his lead, so just imagine what this title does for recruiting?

Some may say because the Dawgs are already one of the best this one effect recruiting much, but we beg to differ.

Georgia football recruiting will be even harder to beat after winning a national title.

The Dawgs picked up 2022 offensive tackle Earnest Greene ahead of the national championship game and then not three days after the big win Georgia landed a legacy commitment in 4-star 2023 tight end Lawson Luckie.

Georgia’s Todd Hartley landed Darnell Washington, Brock Bowers and Oscar Delp ahead of the natty and now he is already red hot for 2023.

All of these tight ends are different, none are built the same or bring the same kind of talent to the team, which makes them all that much more usable for the Dawgs.

This first commitment is just the beginning for the Dawgs in terms of what will likely be another top three 2023 recruiting class. Georgia is still finishing up the 2022 class and adding Greene was a massive boost after what seemed like an underwhelming National Signing Day.

The Dawgs have a few more spot left for the 2022 class with their eyes on Christen Miller and Shemar Stewart, which now seems even more likely to happen than before the national title.

By winning a national title it proves to the kids who may not have thought Georgia could ever beat Alabama that the Dawgs are really working on becoming the next great dynasty. Yes, it’s just one national title, but if you continue to recruit at the level Georgia has through the first six years of the Smart era, it’s safe to assume, they will be contending year in and year out.