The Georgia Bulldogs, now at 28 commitments for the 2013 class, have built up quite a bit of recruiting momentum going into the college football season. While the coaching staff tries to hold on to all of the top talent now on board, because of attrition and a smaller class last year there are still needs to fill in this class. DawgNation takes a look at the 10 prospects the Bulldogs are in the mix for to claim the final spots available.
Montravius Adams, DT (Vienna, Ga./Dooly County)
The No. 3 prospect in Georgia and No. 11 prospect in the country, Adams is one of the most disruptive interior defensive linemen in the 2013 class. His mom has taken two visits with her son and both were to Auburn, so the Tigers are definite contenders for the Under Armour All-American. Clemson offered first and has been in it since then. The chance to play in Georgia with several other Bulldogs commitments who are friends has intrigued Adams, who early on had his mind set on leaving the state for college. A signing day decision is expected.