Ten prospects that Georgia could land 

May, 23, 2013
As we approach the end of the spring evaluation period, the University of Georgia appears to be in great shape to land several top prospects in 2014. DawgNation takes a look at 10 targets that could end up listed in the Bulldogs’ commitment list before all is said and done.

Isaiah Wynn
Tom Hauck for Student SportsThe chance to play with ESPN 150 RB Sony Michel could help land lineman Isaiah Wynn.
DT Lamont Gaillard (Fayetteville, N.C./Pine Forest)
The Bulldogs are the outright leaders for the No. 10 prospect in the country, taking the top spot from Florida after a miscommunication in April with the Gators’ coaching staff led to them getting eliminated from consideration. Schools such as Clemson, LSU and South Carolina could get visits from Gaillard in the next two months, as he is looking to see if any program can shock him and overtake Georgia. But the Bulldogs are likely to get a return visit from the five-star defensive lineman, and a possible summer decision could give Georgia its first five-star commitment in the class.

CB Malkom Parrish (Quitman, Ga./Brooks County)
After two visits to Atlanta, Parrish had Georgia Tech in the lead. The only thing is, at the time those were the only two college visits on which the ESPN 150 athlete had been. A trip to Athens earlier this month shook things up, and now both in-state programs are battling it out for Parrish. His desire to play cornerback in college could give the Bulldogs an advantage over their rivals. Parrish hopes to decide before the end of the summer.

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