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Saturday, April 20, 2013
DawgNation week in review

By David Ching

ATHENS, Ga. -- Short of national signing day itself, nothing creates a bigger buzz around RecruitingNation than when we unveil and update the ESPN 150.

That list of some of the nation’s top prospects dropped on Thursday, with a number of Georgia targets making the list. Georgia doesn’t count an ESPN 150 member among its three 2014 commitments thus far, but that could change soon.

This week, we took a look at Georgia’s chances of landing some of the top ESPN 150 players on its board and also updated the Bulldogs’ efforts to land some other top talent, including:
On the team side, we started our post-spring depth chart analysis this week with the offense, and the defense will follow next week. For each position group, we examined its past performance and expectations for 2013 and also looked at a player to watch within each group:
Speaking of Marshall, our ESPN SEC blogging cohort Edward Aschoff recently caught up with him during a visit to Georgia’s campus and posted a video from that interview this week.

There was also some big basketball news this week, as Georgia’s SEC Player of the Year Kentavious Caldwell-Pope announced he was entering the NBA draft, leaving Georgia’s roster young and thin at a couple of spots.

Bulldogs coach Mark Fox announced a new signee three days after KCP’s announcement, with Kenny Paul Geno becoming the third signee in Georgia’s class.

At the UGA Day meeting in Macon on Thursday, Fox discussed Geno’s signing, the Bulldogs’ further recruiting efforts for the 2013 class and how the newly revamped roster might affect their scheduling for the upcoming season.