The University of Georgia has recruited on a premier level for three-plus years now under Kirby Smart and staff, and the linebacker position is no exception. 

When the fall of 2020 rolls around and the ensuing recruiting class arrives on campus, the only two members on the depth chart that will be out eligibility will be Tae Crowder (Senior) and most likely Monty Rice (Via draft) 

So that being said, the LB's room will still be crowded come the fall of 2020 with the likes of Quay Walker, Nakobe Dean, Mekhail Sherman, Trezman Marshall, and plenty more. 

Noah Sewell (LB) is one of the more intriguing players in the 2020 Class

Noah Sewell (LB) is one of the more intriguing players in the 2020 Class

However, football players as unique and talented as Noah Sewell don't just grow on trees. We are talking about a 6'2 266lb athlete that has the ability to play sideline to sideline at linebacker and hurdle would-be tacklers at tailback. (Yea, he's running the football for his high school team)  

I would assume Georgia would ask Sewell to remain as an inside linebacker, though I could see him being an incredible blitz package threat as early as his freshman year if he chooses Georgia. 

Georgia cemented itself in Sewell's top-8 and a commitment is around the corner. 

Now, you will notice that just about every major SEC school is present in Sewell's top-8, along with Oregon (where his brother plays) and Ohio State. 

The good news? Sewell will be on campus for his official visit on September 21st when the Dawgs take on Notre Dame in one of the biggest regular-season games of the 2019 NCAA schedule. 

We will keep you up to date on all things Noah Sewell here on The Bulldog Maven, but in the meantime, take a look at what Sewell brings to the field.