Georgia football target: Jaden Rashada, QB
While it is unlikely that Georgia is looking to add to the quarterback room, the availability of four-star quarterback Jaden Rashada out of Pittsburg, Ca. has raised eyebrows across all of college football.
Rashada had originally committed to the Florida Gators. However, things turned sour when the Florida collective, which is responsible for setting and arranging NIL deals did not come through with a reported four-year $13m NIL deal. Rashada asked for his letter of intent to be revoked and he quickly de-committed from the program.
Rashada’s father played quarterback at Arizona State, so it is the Sun Devils who appear favorites to secure his signature. Washington is also keen on the Californian meaning that the PAC-12 is a likely destination.
But with the likelihood that this is not the last NIL deal to go wrong, this remains an interesting commitment to follow.
Georgia football target: Nyckoles Harbor, EDGE
On the defense, Georgia is relatively well served at edge but the position lacks experience with Chaz Chambliss having the most reps in that position.
Georgia has made an offer to 6’5 defensive end Nyckoles Harbor out of Archbishop Carroll HS in Washington DC., adding to the long list of prestigious schools to have offered Harbor.
Currently, South Carolina appears the favorite to land Harbor, who is also a track athlete that runs 100 meters in 10.3 seconds. With speed being a key quality of the edge position, Harbor is in demand. In fact, Harbor has Olympic aspirations and is targeting running 100 meters in under 10 seconds.
As well as SEC teams’ interest from Georgia and South Carolina, both Oregon and Michigan will also feel confident in securing Harbor’s commitment. Harbor has remained especially tight-lipped on where he will land, saying only that he will announce his commitment on 1 February.