With the 2014 recruiting season coming to an end, the coaches at the University of Georgia are gearing up for the 2015 recruiting class.
Because the 2014 season is not underway yet, the coaches can’t go full steam ahead with recruiting.
That has not stopped them from giving offers to some of the top players in the state and the country. And while they have already gotten four commits for the 2015 season (via 247 Sports), they are looking to have more quality players just like this year.
The Bulldogs have done a good job of recruiting since Mark Richt has been at the helm, which is not easy because the SEC has at least six to eight teams in the top 10 each year when it comes to recruiting classes. But if they continue to get top-quality recruits, the 2015 class will be better than 2014.
Here’s a closer look into next year’s class.