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Brooks Austin
Brooks Austin


Just nine days before Georgia heads up to Fayetteville, Arkansas to take on the Razorbacks, they took over social media by unveiling their newest uniform combinations for the 2020 football season. 

We saw social media respond with overwhelming approval from the Georgia fan base, but what about the recruit's opinion of the newest uniforms? 

Well, we've reached out to several current commits and top targets in the 2021, 2022, and 2023 recruiting classes and have heard back. 


Brock Vandagriff responded that he thinks they are sharp, and he really liked the new design and how the numbers look on the jerseys. He went onto say that the "Together / Equality" patch on the left shoulder of both uniforms is "An important addition to the new stitches." 

David Daniel with "That black jersey is HARD, but they don't wear them enough." A sentiment that many Georgia fans share with the 2021 safety commit, and perhaps the overwhelming response will lead to Georgia wearing them a bit more often. 

Micah Morris said, "I think they are a good mix of old and new, Go Dawgs!!"

Nyland Green agreed with Daniel saying "Those black ones hit." With Green being one of the biggest remaining targets for Georgia in the 2021 cycle, everything helps at this point. Especially considering the ban on in-person recruiting has been extended to January 1st of 2021. 

In typical Amarius Mims fashion, he was quick and to the point with a simple, "They hard."


Jacurri Brown, a quarterback down at Lowndes High School just recently received an offer from Georgia and he just said, "Pretty Drippy" with a fire emoji. 

2022 UGA commit, Marquis Groves-Killebrew said "I really like the white on red though!!! Definitely my favorite." 

WR Target, Sam M'Bake said they were "Tuff" with a fire emoji, and said that the "Together and Equality" patch was unique, that he hadn't seen that. 


Caleb Downs is one of the nation's top overall prospects in the 2023 class. The Mill Creek safety prospect has over a dozen Power-5 offers and is already committed to the Adidas All-American, he said "Yea those are hard especially the white and red one." When asked if uniforms will impact his recruitment he said "I mean a little. I don't want to play for a school that doesn't have unis." 

Justin Benton is a UGA legacy (his father Phillip Benton was a teammate of Kirby Smart's), He said, "Them things are straight fire! I like them better than the red and grey." 

Aveion Terrell, one of the nation's top corners in the 2023 class and younger brother of Atlanta Falcon first-round pick, AJ Terrel said "OMG, those are hard." 

Cayden Lee, a wideout from Hillgrove High school in Cobb County said, "I like the collar with the spike and the red and white. I didn't even notice the patch. That's the best thing out of the whole unis. I like the national championship patch as well. 

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