Mark Richt Camp: Top performers 

June, 17, 2012
ATHENS, Ga. -- Saturday's one-day Mark Richt Camp at the University of Georgia showcased an abundance of the region’s top athletes. The prospects were put through drills and testing by the Georgia coaches for more than five hours. The Bulldogs’ director of on-campus recruiting, Daryl Jones, told the campers that Saturday’s events were equivalent to a job interview. Here are 10 players (in alphabetical order) who made the best case for being hired.

2013 TE Jordan Davis (Thomson, Ga./Thomson): The long and lanky Davis came into the camp looking for an offer from the Bulldogs. He left with his mission completed. After seeing Davis beat several linebackers off the line of scrimmage, Richt offered Davis before the second session. Davis created separation in his routes and was open all day.

2014 QB Cole Garvin (Tyrone, Ga./Sandy Creek): Although a bit undersized, Garvin has a big arm and passing accuracy. He threw a series of bullets that had receivers wanting to join his repetition during the pass skeleton drill. Garvin was recently invited to the Rising Seniors program's Georgia Junior Bowl, and he demonstrated Saturday why Sandy Creek will be force in the upcoming season.
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