Dawgs working to get top talent on campus 

November, 15, 2011
With one more home game left for the 2011 season, the University of Georgia will once again host several highly coveted prospects as they look to reel in yet another top 10 recruiting class. A recent change of plans puts only one official visitor on the docket currently, but the vital target will be accompanied by several big time prospects in Athens this weekend.

Linebacker Joshua Harvey-Clemons (Valdosta, Ga./Lowndes) will be in town for the Kentucky game, making this the second unofficial visit to Georgia of the season for the top recruit in Georgia. As it stands now, it might be a two-team race between Florida and Georgia for the 6-foot-5, 205-pound ESPNU 150 prospect, with Alabama and Florida State also in the mix. If his team is not in the state championship game, Harvey-Clemons is likely to take his official visit to Georgia for the GALA banquet December 9th, with a possible decision at the Army All-America Bowl in January.

Georgia is hoping to bring in more than one running back in the 2012 class, and four-star prospect Todd Gurley (Tarboro, N.C./Tarboro) is one of two tailbacks currently being pursued by the Bulldogs. Gurley took his official visit to Georgia back in September for the South Carolina game, and will be back in Athens on Saturday to watch the Kentucky game. Clemson and North Carolina appear to be the biggest competitors for the 6-1, 215-pound prospect.
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