Peach State Quick Hitters 

March, 30, 2012
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The Peach State has firmly entrenched itself in producing the fourth most FBS talent in the country, and while Georgia has some growing to do before it catches California in overall talent, it trails only Florida in FBS signees per player. Over 100 prospects from Georgia in the 2013 class are already claiming offers, with close to 10 in the 2014 class. In today's Peach State Quick Hitters, one glance at the number of schools mentioned by the prospects and it becomes evident that colleges from coast to coast are hoping to sign players from Georgia. Get the latest on several of the top recruits in Georgia right here:

  • Defensive lineman Marcus Adams (East Point, Ga./Tri-Cities) says Ole Miss has offered.
  • Running back Peyton Barber (Alpharetta, Ga./Milton) says Ole Miss, Purdue, Clemson, UNC, Vanderbilt, UCF, Kentucky and Louisville have offered.

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