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UGA Football Recruiting: Remaining targets could give Bulldogs nation's top class

If the Bulldogs are able to land the four high level recruits they're chasing, they will have the nation's number one rated recruiting class for 2013.

Daniel Shirey-US PRESSWIRE

The Georgia Bulldogs currently have the nation's third ranked recruiting class, according to Fox Sports NEXT. If Mark Richt and the Dawgs can land all the players they're still chasing, though, they will have the nation's top rated class for the first time in program history.

The Bulldogs are still in pursuit of GA running back Alvin Kamara, GA defensive lineman Montravius Adams, FL offensive lineman Laremy Tunsil, and AL linebacker Reuben Foster. Adams, Tunsil and Foster are all rated as five star prospects, and Kamara is a four star. Georgia is competing with Alabama for both Tunsil and Kamara, and with Clemson for Adams.

Foster is the nation's number two overall recruit, and just decommited from Auburn following the dismissal of head coach Gene Chizik and his primary recruiter, Trooper Taylor. Foster has said that he will take recruiting visits to Georgia, Miami and Washington before coming to a decision.

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