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Monday, February 4, 2013
Possibilities and predictions: Georgia

By Radi Nabulsi

ATHENS, Ga. -- Last Friday demonstrated the reason why the recruiting hotboard in the Georgia coaches’ meeting room is kept on a dry erase board. As the day started, the Bulldogs had 10 targets in mind for signing day. By midnight, the erasers had been worked hard. Let’s review what happened so we can gauge the possible commits on signing day.

All that brings us to the likely possibilities for Georgia on Wednesday:

Possibility No. 1: Montravius Adams (Vienna, Ga./Dooly County)
The nation’s No. 2 defensive tackle trimmed his list to four schools after visiting Auburn on Friday. Adams will choose between Alabama, Auburn, Clemson and Georgia. On Sunday, Adams reiterated what he has said about Clemson all along, that the Tigers were the first school to offer and he loves everything about the school. He has been considered a Clemson lean for months and often says he can see himself there. But Adams also said that one of the deciding factors in where he goes will be how his mother feels about the programs in question. When describing Georgia, Adams mentions how much his mother likes the Bulldogs.
Prediction: Georgia

Possibility No. 2: Davin Bellamy (Chamblee, Ga./Chamblee)
The ESPN 300 defensive end recently decommitted from Florida State after taking visits to Tennessee and Georgia. On Friday, Bellamy took an official visit to Oregon, having received an offer from the Ducks last Tuesday. Upon returning to the Peach State, Bellamy said the Bulldogs are still his leader, a position Georgia achieved at the conclusion of his visit to Athens. The 6-foot-5 senior is projected to play outside linebacker in a 3-4 defense, a prospect that has Bellamy excited.
Prediction: Georgia

Possibility No. 3: George Adeosun (Alpharetta, Ga./Alpharetta)
The word ‘sleeper’ is overused in recruiting, but Adeosun is the embodiment of a recruit that falls through the cracks and is discovered just before signing day. Last month he was committed to William & Mary. Two weeks ago he had no FBS offers. On Friday, as he boarded a plane to take an official visit to Arizona State, Adeosun received word that his ninth FBS offer was from the home state Bulldogs. Georgia offensive line coach Will Friend told Adeosun that after seeing his film, the Georgia staff wanted Adeosun to play in Athens. Friend and offensive coordinator Mike Bobo met with Adeosun’s family on Saturday, as well. He spoke to Mark Richt on Sunday. The flurry of offers and the short time for analysis might cause Adeosun to push his decision past Wednesday.
Prediction: Georgia

There is still a possibility that the Bulldogs pick up some of their other targets on signing day. Kamara has had Georgia as a co-leader for months. Before Friday, Tunsil had been telling Georgia coaches and Georgia commitments that he was headed to Athens. Foster has friends on the Georgia team and loves the coaching staff. Seymour still could qualify, and the only visit he has taken has been to see the Bulldogs. But if today were signing day, we predict Georgia would sign Adams, Bellamy and Adeosun.