2011 Georgia Bulldogs Football Recruiting: Isaiah Crowell and the 'Dream Team'

Joey HnathCorrespondent IFebruary 1, 2011

2011 Georgia Bulldogs Football Recruiting: Isaiah Crowell and the 'Dream Team'

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    Tomorrow is National Signing Day, and the Georgia is still one of the teams that can jump up the rankings.

    The Bulldogs already have a solid class, highlighted by five-star defensive end Ray Drew.

    Drew has called out other top prospects, saying that he's waiting for them to join the "Dream Team" in Athens, Ga.

    Scout.com and Rivals.com both currently have Georgia's 2011 class ranked seventh overall.

    Here are five players still considering joining the Dawgs.


    Note: All player rankings are from rivals.com

5. Johnathan Jenkins

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    Rank: #6 (JUCO)

    Position: DT

    Also considering: Auburn, Florida, Miami (FL)

    The Dawgs are the favorites to land the 340 lbs. nose tackle from Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.

    Jenkins would be a huge factor for the Dawgs, providing a big body for Todd Grantham's 3-4 defense.

4. Kent Turene

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    Rank: #18 (MLB)

    Position: Linebacker

    Also considering: Texas Tech, Nebraska

    Initially headed to Southern Cal, Turene recently de-committed, giving the Bulldogs another shot at him.

    Georgia fans will be listening closely at 10 am on Wednesday when Turene chooses where he will play this fall.

3. Antonio Richardson

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    Rank: #74 (National)

    Position: OL

    Also considering: Auburn, Miami (FL), Tennessee

    Richardson is another prospect that Ray Drew called out during his commitment speech.

    The seventh-ranked offensive tackle prospect would give stability to the line and help protect Aaron Murray and, in the future, Christian LeMay.

2. Jeoffrey Pagan

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    Rank: #42 (National)

    Position: DE

    Also considering: Alabama

    After de-committing from North Carolina, Pagan is almost a lock for UGA.

    Georgia fans won't have to wait long to find out.  He's expected to announce his decision at 9 am on Wednesday.

1. Isaiah Crowell

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    Rank: #23 (National)

    Position: RB

    Also considering: Alabama

    Considered the top running back prospect, Crowell has narrowed down his choices to Georgia and Alabama.

    Georgia fans have tried to persuade Crowell to come to Athens, even chanting his name at a recent basketball game.

    The Dawgs are the slight favorite to land Crowell, but his intent will be known by all come 1:30 pm on Wednesday.