After running back Branson Robinson and edge rusher Dani Dennis-Sutton announced their commitments on Thursday, two more high-profile targets are off the board.
Robinson pledged his service to the Bulldogs, becoming the 12th commit for Georgia in the 2022 class. He is the second running back to commit, pairing with fellow tailback Jordan James.
Meanwhile, Dennis-Sutton announced he will play for head coach James Franklin at Penn State. The Bulldogs were enamored with Dennis-Sutton and will still be recruiting him hard up until early national signing day.
There are still several targets on the board for Georgia that remain uncommitted. Keep in mind they will still push after several players that are already committed in addition to Dennis-Sutton.
CJ Madden, OLB
Madden plays for Cedar Grove High School in Ellenwood, Ga. He originally committed to play for Colorado before attending numerous college camps over the summer and blowing away many coaching staffs.
Georgia offered him on June 17, less than 24 hours after his unofficial visit to Athens. Madden has stated that he will be cutting down his list on Aug. 5, his birthday.
His athletic profile suggests that he could become a solid linebacker for Georgia with a few years of refinement in college. Defensive coordinator and outside linebackers coach Dan Lanning is the lead recruiter for Madden. The two have sat down and talked about his potential role with the Bulldogs during the offseason.
Shemar Stewart, EDGE
Stewart is an athletic marvel that has impressed in various workout settings during the offseason. The schools in contention are Georgia, Ohio State, Florida, Miami and LSU.
This name should not be new to Georgia fans. He has always been a target, but the Bulldogs will ramp up their pursuit in this recruitment. The field is still wide open for Stewart, and this decision may come down to early national signing day.
He is 6-foot-5 and 260 pounds with scary athleticism coming off the edge. He needs some technique work, but the upside is very high.
He has been on campus in Athens during the summer and has developed a relationship with some staff members. He immediately becomes one of the top edge targets on the board for Georgia moving forward.
Enai White, EDGE
White is another name that is not new to most Georgia fans, but he is now a top priority. In May, he cut his list down to eight schools and could be nearing a decision.
White is 6-foot-5 and 230 pounds with the ability to add 20-plus pounds of muscle to his frame in college.
He also offers positional versatility at the next level. White is a freak athlete with solid burst and recovery speed. He has solid bend off the edge and has shown the potential to become a high-profile edge rusher in college.
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