The 2014 signing class is complete for the Georgia Bulldogs, and they came away with what they wanted.
The Bulldogs laid the groundwork for them to get back into the SEC title mix as well as competing for a spot in the College Football Playoff.
From the top players in the state to players who were overlooked by other schools, the Bulldogs came away with a very good class, and Mark Richt told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that he’s as excited as he’s ever been.
But as good as the class was, it could have been better if they would have hit on a few more targets. But those few players decided that UGA was not the right fit for them and signed somewhere else.
Here’s the best and worst of national signing day for the Bulldogs.