Georgia Recruiting: Top Prospects Tunsil and Adams Will Be Signing Day Battles [VIDEO]

Georgia is in it for both Montravius Adams and Laremy Tunsil, but if I were the betting kind (and I have been known to spin the bottle a time or two) I would lean towards the Bulldogs landing Tunsil.

That said, you can bet teams will be using every tactic they can find down the stretch to land a player and Georgia has seen their name on the wrong side of negative recruiting more than enough to know that they will have no room for error—particularly with defensive guys like Adams—so now that the entire coaching staff is in place and back at it, you an bet they’ll be pulling out all the stops so they can close out strong.

Remaining Battles:

Alvin Kamara, RB: Alabama and Georgia will battle it out for him; the Bulldogs get the final visit.

Laremy Tunsil, OL: It comes down to relationships with this one. Will his friendship with Derrick Henry be enough for the Tide to land him?

Shaq Wiggins, DB: Richt recently asked Wiggins if he was still Georgia or not? Shaq said Richt did not need to worry, he is still “100% committed”. We’ll see.

Montravius Adams, DL: Clemson looks to be the lead horse on this one, but Georgia definitely has a shot.

Reuben Foster, LB: His good friend Dee Liner recently de-committed from Auburn and rumor has it that Liner will be a ‘Bama commit before too long; with Foster having at one time been a Tide devotee, and his familial commitments pulling at him to stay close to home, will Foster end up back where he started?

Toby Johnson, DL: Despite the departure of Rodney Garner, Johnson still remains solid in his love for Georgia. That said, Johnson will take a visit to Auburn and see what’s new on The Plains.

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