Peach State Super 60 continues
Dawgs traditionally hunt best talent in state, and 2013 class looks to be loaded
Updated: October 11, 2011, 11:42 AM ETBy Kipp Adams | DawgNation
- Through the last five years, 75 of 112 players (67 percent) signed by the University of Georgia have been in-state prospects. The Bulldogs coaching staff continues to make the Peach State a recruiting priority, with 11 of 15 commitments (73 percent) in the Class of 2012 coming from Georgia. Looking ahead to what is considered a strong 2013 class, Mark Richt and Co. will continue that trend of trying to reel in the elite local talent. Two prospects, quarterback Brice Ramsey (Kingsland, Ga./Camden County) and safety Tray Matthews (Newnan, Ga./Newnan), have made early commitments to Georgia.DawgNation has identified 60 Peach State juniors to keep an eye on for 2013 and will be revealing six a day through Oct. 20, listed alphabetically:[+] EnlargeTom Hauck for ESPN.comBig corner Darius Curry is the brother of Oklahoma State recruit C.J. Curry.
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