Dawgs seek electrifying backfield

QB/RB outlook: Other programs will continue quest for top UGA commits

Updated: May 17, 2012, 3:48 PM ET
By Kipp Adams | DawgNation
Tyshon DyeMiller Safrit/ESPN.comHe might have been considered a lock for UGA early in his recruitment, but RB standout Tyshon Dye, No. 114 in the ESPN 150, has a ton of options now, and more to come.
With commitments shored up at running back and quarterback almost a year ago, the Georgia Bulldogs have not had to worry too much about recruiting efforts for 2013 in the backfield. But with other schools threatening to poach their prized prospects and an elite in-state talent emerging this past winter, the Bulldogs have work to do at both positions to put the finishing touches on the next class.

In the final edition of our recruiting positional outlook, DawgNation takes a look at the quarterback and running back prospects to keep an eye on through the next few months.


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