DN Roundtable: Prospect impressions 

July, 18, 2012
Brandon KublanowRadi Nabulsi/ESPN.comBrandon Kublanow, who is known for being a great pal off the field (as evidenced by his free ride for prospect Alvin Kamara at Dawg Night), is more well known for being a terror on the field.
In the past five days, Georgia has picked up three verbal commitments from Friday’s Dawg Night. With more than six months until signing day, the Bulldogs have 22 commitments -- after signing only 19 last year. With only 74 players on scholarship now, Georgia still hopes to add at least 10 prospects in February. UGA's Class of 2013 is ranked 10th in the country and has 11 players listed in the ESPN 300. While every recruiting class is important, this class will be critical to replenishing the Bulldogs’ roster. Many of the committed prospects will need to contribute as freshmen. With that in mind, this week’s DawgNation Roundtable discussion question for the staff, our national recruiting analysts and a DawgNation Insider is:

“Which of Georgia’s 2013 committed prospects are you looking forward to seeing play this fall?”

David Ching: A guy that intrigues me -- not that I think he's likely to start in 2013 -- is quarterback commit Brice Ramsey. Thanks to the run-heavy offense he directs at Camden County, Ramsey does not get to show off his significant passing skills as much as he might elsewhere. That might have factored into Georgia earning his commitment, as well, since he joined the Bulldogs' 2013 class a year ago at Dawg Night before his recruiting profile really exploded.
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