Georgia Football Recruiting 2013: Bulldogs Have Several Commits In ESPNU Top 150

The Georgia Bulldogs are still preparing for the 2012 football season, but they have already received several commitments from prospects for the 2013 campaign. It appears that they've already done a fine job of recruiting for next year.

ESPNU has released their list of the top 150 prospects in the class of 2013. Several of the names on the list have already made commitments to UGA.

Georgia's top recruit to date is No. 45 Derrick Henry, a four-star athlete from Yulee, FL. Close behind Henry is No. 47, Tramel Terry, an athlete from Goose Creek, SC.

Shaq Wiggins appears on the list at No. 86. He's a cornerback from Tyrone, GA who attends Sandy Creek High School. Quarterback Brice Ramsey of Kingsland, GA is No. 110. No. 116 is Tray Matthews, a safety from Newnan, GA. Rounding out the list of commits (for the time being) is No. 148 Johnny O'Neal, an inside linebacker from Dublin, GA.

For more on UGA football, visit Georgia blog Dawg Sports, plus SEC blog Team Speed Kills and SB Nation Atlanta.

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