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Quote:Donovan Baldwin DB 6-1/175 Plantation, FL
Roderick Battle DE 6-3/236 Atlanta, GA
Jamar Bryant WR 6-3/190 Chatham, VA
C.J. Byrd ATH 6-3/185 North Augusta, SC
Tripp Chandler TE 6-5/22740 Woodstock, GA
Jamar Chaney LB 6-0/216 Ft. Pierce, FL
Antavious Coates DB 6-4/185 Greenwood, SC
Joe Cox QB 6-1/192 Charlotte, NC
Darius Dewberry LB 6-4/218 Fort Valley, GA
Bryan Evans DB 6-0/175 Jacksonville, FL
Tavares Kearney LB 6-1/210 Tucker, GA
Mohamed Massaquoi WR 6-2/190 Charlotte, NC
Corey Moon DE 6-4/235 Decatur, GA
Mike Moore WR 6-2/187 Coconut Creek , FL
Jeff Owens DT 6-2/263 Plantation, FL
Brandon Sesay DT 6-5/250 Atlanta, GA
Ian Smith OL 6-3/277 Cartersville, GA
Marcus Washington LB 6-2/210 Keysville, GA
Kade Weston DT 6-5/315 Red Bank, NJ
02-02-2005 04:01 PM
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Some analysis from SI...they had our class ranked third in the nation.

Quote:Georgia Bulldogs
HEAD OF THE CLASS:
WR Mohamed Massaquoi (14), DT Kade Weston (3)
NEWBERG'S ANALYSIS: Once again, Mark Richt reeled in a super class that is loaded on the defensive side of the ball. The headliner is athletic DT Weston (Little Silver, N.J.). The Dawgs also landed DLs Roderick Battle (Atlanta), Brandon Sesay (Atlanta), Corey Moon (Decatur, Ga.) and Jeffrey Owens (Plantation, Ga.). This is the best crop of DLs in the country. UGA's LBs are almost as impressive, with Marcus Washington (Waynesboro, Ga.), Tavares Kearney (Tucker, Ga.) and Jamar Chaney (Fort Pierce, Fla.). All three of them can really run and will light you up. UGA needed help in the secondary and two of the standouts here are safety C.J. Byrd (North Augusta, Ga.) and cornerback Bryan Evans (Jacksonville, Fla.). Offensively, the Dawgs landed a record-setting duo from Charlotte, N.C., in quarterback Joe Cox and wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi. Eleven of Georgia's 18 commitments are from out-of-state. This is an interesting twist considering that over the previous three seasons UGA had only signed 13 out-of-state players.
BIG FISH THAT GOT AWAY: LB Tray Blackmon (LaGrange, Ga.) -- Auburn
02-02-2005 04:04 PM
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Thanks GDAWGS!! Great work--

3rd? Wow!!!!!!
02-04-2005 09:34 AM
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Thanks.

It's good to see that losing Van Gorder didn't hurt our recruiting. Looks like Willie Martinez will have a lot of talent at his disposal! 04-cheers
02-04-2005 02:47 PM
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