A news roundup for the Georgia Bulldogs, with a lot to discuss when it comes to football recruiting.
The top recruit in the 2024 class, quarterback Dylan Raiola, is setting his schedule to make some official visits. Per 247 Sports, Raiola is going to be visiting both Georgia and Georgia Tech before heading to Nebraska, where Matt Rhule will undoubtedly try to make a big impression. Georgia is still in the running for the Phoenix, Az native with USC being the projected leader right now.
In more recruiting news, Pine Forest high school offensive tackle Jonathan Daniels is reportedly talking to the Georgia recruiting team every day. While the Pensacola native is currently projected to land at FSU, Daniels recently told Dawg Post that he has a “great relationship” with Georgia assistant coach, Stacy Searels.
Georgia is also trending for four-start athlete Aaron Butler. According to On3 Sports, the Dawgs are in prime position to land the highly sought-after player listed as one of the top five cornerbacks in the nation. Butler was previously committed to USC, but now Georgia looks to be the runaway leader.
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The XFL is back, and Georgia has five former players — punter Cameron Nizialek, defensive back Maurice Smith, tight end Isaac Nauta, defensive lineman Davin Bellamy, and offensive lineman D’Marcus Hayes — currently on XFL rosters, as well as Georgia legend Hines Ward who is the head coach of the San Antonio Brahmas. Dawgs filling up rosters in every league!
The No. 7 Georgia men’s tennis team had a convincing 5-2 match win over Texas A&M on Thursday. The Bulldogs will now welcome Vanderbilt to Magill Tennis Complex on March 11.
The Georgia men’s basketball team ended their season with a resounding thud, losing to LSU in the first round of the 2023 SEC Tournament. It’s unlikely Georgia will get an invite to either the NCAA Tournament or the NIT. The women’s team was also defeated by LSU in their SEC Tournament quarterfinal game.
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The Pac-12’s four corner schools (Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, and Utah) are reportedly in discussions with the Big 12 about potentially joining the conference. The final decisions of the four schools could depend on the Pac-12 media rights deal, which currently is up the air with only ESPN offering a deal of much less than what the conference belives it is worth.
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