Jake Ganus to UGA


Former UAB linebacker and leading tackler Jake Ganus has committed to transfer to UGA. Disbanding the UAB football program put a lot of quality players in a tight spot. After playing with his brothers at UAB, Jake Ganus suddenly found himself without a team. He looked to UGA for the solution.


Losing Armalo Herrera and Ramik Wilson after this year puts UGA in a situation where A LOT of young guys will have to play early at the two inside linebacker positions. It’s a no-brainer to bring in a D1 player with experience and especially on that led his team in tackles the previous year. Ganus had 70 tackles, 16.5 TFL, 6 sacks, and a fumble recovery that he returned 56 yards for a TD his junior year. Jake tells us that he can enroll early and not count against one of UGA’s coveted EE spots. Obviously, he will count against the 85 man limit. Jake was also being heavily recruited by Marshall.

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Best case scenario, and what Jake will be striving for, is having Ganus come in and earn a starting job at one of the ILB spots. Worst case scenario is Jake provides quality depth at a thin position, earns a spot on special teams, and becomes a senior leader of a young position group. Either way, join us in welcoming the newest Georgia Bulldawg! Welcome Jake Ganus!!! DAWGSONTOP

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Recruit Spotlight: 2015 CB Kareem Orr

Photo Courtesy of Hudl

Photo Courtesy of Hudl

Notre Dame High School (Chattanooga, TN) three-star cornerback Kareem Orr recently received an offer from the Georgia Bulldogs. The 6-foot, 190-pound standout was offered by Georgia defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt.

Orr is currently ranked as the No. 113 cornerback in the country, according to 247Sports Composite rankings. He holds nearly 20 offers, including ones from Georgia, Clemson, Mississippi State and Indiana. The talented two-way player does have a handful of schools at the the top of his list.

“Arizona State, Oklahoma, Georgia, Mississippi State, Clemson and Indiana, in no particular order,” Orr told Field Street Forum.

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Some recruiting news to start our day off:

-2016 TE Isaac Nauta is announcing in mid December, choices seem to be Ole Miss, USCe, UGA, FSU……UGA has come on very strong here

-Marlon Character Ath 2016 has told Jake Reuse that he has trimmed his list to three Alabama, UGA and Ole Miss and he is to announce later this month

-Looks like Khalil Ladler 2016 #2 CB according to Rivals has also trimmed his list down to three FSU, LSU, UGA likely will not decide until next season

-Van Jefferson commit is really shaky right now, UTk and possibly the new coach at UF will have something to say about this before it is over.

-No word yet on Slayton

-Georgia did not make a big push for Juwaun Briscoe on his visit

-Vasser is being left behind and will announce for Texas likely very soon, concern of Vasser’s is they do not have the numbers to allow him to EE

-Sweat and Huggins remain our two top targets if there is room to EE, on Huggins no word yet on how his OV went at Clemson

-Breaking news Shaqery Wilson has solidified his commit to UGA and Josh Sweat scheduled an in home visit with UGA coaches and Huggin has inhome with Coach Ekeler today

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Weekend Updates

What a win by our Dawgs Saturday, 66-0 over Troy!!! As usual, FSF has updated the appropriate pages after another weekend of college football. It is truly going by too fast:

Weekly Chat with Troy Highlights:  Classic City Chat

Weekly Podcast (every Wed. at 9pm):  FSF Radio

Recruiting Board/Predictions for 2015 Class:  2015 Recruiting Board

Recruiting Board/Predictions for 2016 Class:  2016 Recruiting Board

Updated SEC Standings:  SEC Standings

AP Top 25:  AP Top 25

Coaches Top 25:  Coaches Top 25

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VIDEO: Malcolm Mitchell Book Club

This is one of my favorite features of any UGA player ever. GATA #26!!!

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