The Bulldogs have 18 players committed, according to 247Sports, and one of the players (quarterback Jacob Park) is already enrolled at UGA.
That means the Bulldogs will have to make sure the 17 players that are committed will sign on February 5. And they also have to get two or three players that have not committed to sign with the team, such as defensive end Lorenzo Carter and cornerback Tavon Ross.
There is always a surprise or two on National Signing Day, and the Bulldogs have been a part of that in the past—good and bad. Will Georgia have its share of surprises next week, or will it be a very calm and productive day where they get all the players that committed and a few additional players to put icing on the cake?
Here’s our prediction of all the commits that will sign on National Signing Day.