Georgia Football Recruiting 2012: Auburn Commit JaQuay Williams Visiting Athens

The University of Georgia will host a set of key recruits this weekend in hopes that two of them will commit to UGA and defect from Auburn.

At the top of the list is the state's No. 1 overall wide receiver prospect JaQuay Williams of Sandy Creek High School, who committed to Auburn, but has taken visits elsewhere in the wake of the Tigers' changes to their offensive coaching staff. Williams is considered the top receiver in the state, and Scout.com has him rated the 16th best wideout in the nation and the 100th best overall prospect.

Another Auburn commitment, wide receiver Ricardo Louis of Miami Beach, Florida, will visit this weekend. Receiver is an area of need for a UGA team that only has one wideout currently committed, ML King High School's Blake Tibbs. Georgia is also pursuing Cordarrelle Patterson, considered the top junior college wide receiver in the country.

For more on the Georgia Bulldogs, check out Dawg Sports. For news on everything in college football, go to SB Nation's college football page.

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