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From a UGA perspective:
WR Josh Malone (Station Camp; Gallatin, Tenn.) - Malone was unstoppable at the Rivals Camp series stop in Atlanta and a lot of that has to do with his combination of size, speed, and quickness. At 6-foot-3, Malone possessed elite length and strong hands. He also has the speed to stretch the field, and the most impressive part of his game is how he accelerates out of his cuts. He gets into his break quickly and gets out equally as fast. There will be some excellent defensive backs in Chicago, but Malone should make his fair share of big plays and he will have a chance to make a case to be the top receiver in the country.
Where UGA stands: A few weeks ago, no one would have though Georgia had a chance with Malone. As a matter of fact, the Bulldogs had yet to offer. But once UGA decided to target the four-star receiver, things started to get interesting. Malone visited Athens last weekend, and came away having decided to take one of his five official visits to UGA. Notre Dame, Tennessee, and Vanderbilt are all in the mix, but Georgia is the only school that has essentially secured as spot in his top five. Add that to the fact that his family holds Mark Richt in high regard, and Georgia could be considered a favorite for his signature at this time.
OL Isaiah Wynn (Lakewood; St. Petersburg, Fla.) - Wynn was one of the biggest movers in the last Rivals.com recruiting rankings because of his performance at the Rivals Camp in Atlanta. Wynn has tremendous length for an interior offensive lineman, and excellent feet. One could make an argument that the 6-foot-3, 270 pounder it the best athlete of all the offensive linemen in Chicago. He has the strength to handle interior rushers, and the combination of length, quickness, and patience to handle guys on the edge. He should be fun to watch.
Where UGA stands: Wynn has named Georgia his leader with Vanderbilt and Florida being the Bulldogs' main competition. The Commodores got on Wynn early, but after a visit to Athens and an offer, Georgia appears to be the team to beat. This one is a long way from over as Wynn wants to visit a number of campuses with his family, but Georgia is in strong position as of now.
But will UGA still have a slot for Wynn? It ifs hard to tell where Wynn will end up. He loves all the publicity for sure...which if I was in his shoes I would be doing the same.
Barton Simmons | 247Sports | National Recruiting Analyst | Twitter: @bartonsimmons
UGA will save a spot for Malone if he wants to come to UGA. Wynn and Willaims I am not sure about
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