- Chris Low, ESPN Senior Staff Writer
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Georgia's 2013 class includes 32 signees, and that includes 13 players who're already enrolled in school.
The Bulldogs missed out late on several of the state's top prospects, including defensive tackle Montravius Adams (Auburn) and running back Alvin Kamara (Alabama). Nonetheless, they wound up No. 10 in the current ESPN class rankings.
Their highest ranked signee was cornerback Shaq Wiggins of Tyrone, Ga. He's No. 39 in the ESPN 150 and ranked the No. 6 cornerback in the country. The Bulldogs signed five ESPN 150 prospects and nine more prospects in the ESPN 300.
Among the players already enrolled in school are quarterback Brice Ramsey, safety Tray Matthews and receiver Tramel Terry, all ESPN 150 players. Terry, the No. 2 prospect from the state of South Carolina, is recovering from ACL surgery.
Georgia coach Mark Right was unfazed by those players the Bulldogs didn't get on signing day and said, "As far as I'm concerned, I think we got the No. 1 class in America."
To see Georgia's entire 2013 signing class, click here.
4hGreg Ostendorf and Andrea Adelson
4hAndrea Adelson and Austin Ward
5hKevin Gemmell and Sam Khan Jr.
6hAndrea Adelson and Austin Ward
7hJosh Moyer and Tom VanHaaren
6hAlex Scarborough and Jesse Temple
6hKyle Bonagura and David Hale
8hDavid M. Hale