With the success of the 2012 season, the Bulldogs are looking to do better in 2013 and it starts in recruiting.
They have already have 29 players verbally committed and of those 29, 13 of them have enrolled early.
However, 10 of the recruits will count towards the 2012 class so the Bulldogs can sign up to 35 players on national signing day.
With the extra players the Bulldogs will have this year, they are looking to target some of the best players in the country to make their class even stronger.
Here's the Bulldogs' national signing day wish list.
The Bulldogs would love nothing more than to nab the top inside linebacker in the country when national signing day arrives.
Foster is the top player in the state of Alabama, and he recently decomitted from Auburn after the disaster of the 2012 season for the Tigers.
Foster is originally from Georgia and is scheduled to visit UGA on Jan. 25.
But Alabama, LSU, Washington and even Auburn are still in the mix. If the Bulldogs are able to nab Foster, it will make their recruiting class complete.
Kamara is considered as one of the best all-purpose backs in the country, and the Bulldogs are working hard to keep him in the state of Georgia.
The only other school Kamara is looking at is Alabama, a school which he visited last week.
Kamara is set to visit UGA this weekend and don't be surprised to see the officials go all out for the running back from Norcross, Ga.
The Bulldogs already have Keith Marshall and Todd Gurley, who will be sophomores this upcoming season.
But both players could leave after the 2014 season, which would mean they need someone to step in quickly and Kamara could be that guy.
This would be a huge get if Thomas signs with the Bulldogs.
Considered as the best outside linebacker in the country, Thomas could be the next star defensive player for the Bulldogs.
Thomas has the Bulldogs high on his list and he's set to make an official visit on Feb. 1.
The only problem is team, like Florida State, Alabama, Miami and USC are competing for the kid.
The coaching staff is going to have to do a lot of work to get Thomas to stay in Athens.
There may not be a more dominant defensive tackle in the country like Adams.
The 6'3'', 290-pound athlete from Dooly County, Ga., would be a perfect fit a the nose tackle position.
The UGA coaches would love to keep this guy in the state of Georgia, but Alabama, Auburn and Clemson are a few schools that would love to have a guy like Adams on their roster.
Adams is set to visit UGA on Jan. 25. Rivals has him listed as the third-best player in the state and the 25th-best player in the country .
Tunsil is the best offensive tackle in the country and the 11th-best player in the country according to Rivals.
Tunsil is set to visit Athens this weekend, and it will be either the Bulldogs or Alabama that will get the 5-star prospect.
With a few offensive linemen leaving after the 2013 season, Tunsil will add much-needed depth to an offensive line that needs it.
And if John Theus continues to improve, he along with Tunsil could make the best offensive tackle combinations in the country.