Another college football recruiting service has published its big list of 2013 prospects, and, as expected, two Georgians headline the list. The 2013 Scout 300 is led by Grayson defensive end Robert Nkemdiche and Troup County linebacker Reuben Foster. The latter's an Alabama Crimson Tide commit, while the former's narrowed his top five from eight to six; just roll with it.
At No. 11 nationally, there's Dooly County defensive tackle Montravius Adams, with Ridgeland safety Vonn Bell, Camden County quarterback Brice Ramsey, Walton running back Tyren Jones, and Eagles Landing defensive end Isaac Rochell all ranked in the top 100 as well. Ramsey remains a Georgia Bulldogs commit.
Scout is a little bit more generous with its list of viable candidates for each prospect than are other services, putting the Dawgs in the running for 15 of the top 100, and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in the race for eight of them.