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Looking for one more receiver

Mailbag: Coveted Tampa prospect Agholor is unlikely, but S.C.'s speedy Davis isn't

Updated: November 18, 2011, 1:14 PM ET
By Kipp Adams | DawgNation
ATHENS, Ga. -- With the loss of Lonnie Outlaw from the 2012 class, what is the latest in the Bulldogs' pursuit of wide receivers? Could Georgia really sign the top two running backs in North Carolina? DawgNation answers those questions and more in this week's recruiting mailbag.

BleacheReportFC: Which receiver do you see us landing, if any ... Patterson or Agholor? Could we steal Ja'Quay Williams from Auburn?

KA: Right now Georgia has one wide receiver committed in Blake Tibbs (Lithonia, Ga./Martin Luther King), and the Bulldogs would like to bring in another wideout to close out the 2012 class. All three of the prospects you named are at the top of the board for the Bulldogs, but it appears Cordarrelle Patterson (Hutchinson, Kan./Hutchinson CC) is the target Georgia has the best shot with right now. Patterson will be in Knoxville this weekend for his official visit to Tennessee. It will be his third trip to see the Volunteers, and they could have a slight edge over Georgia. But the Bulldogs will get their shot to impress the 6-foot-4 juco on Dec. 9 at the senior gala banquet. Until Nelson Agholor (Tampa, Fla./Berkeley Prep) or Williams (Tyrone, Ga./Sandy Creek) schedule an official to Georgia, neither should be considered serious possibilities to end up in Athens. Williams appears solid to Auburn (for now), and while Agholor has kept his recruitment to himself for the majority of this year, Georgia has not been mentioned recently. Two other prospects to watch in the next two months are Quinshad Davis (Gaffney, S.C./Gaffney) and Charlie Hegedus (Marietta, Ga./Lassiter), an N.C. State commitment. They competed at Dawg Night in July and are taller, productive targets who could receive offers if their senior film impresses.

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