The Georgia Bulldogs currently have 11 commits in the 2014 class, with a heavy emphasis on offensive skill position talent. Three of those talented offensive players are headed to Oregon to represents the Bulldogs at The Opening.
QB Jacob Park, Goose Creek (S.C.) Stratford: The 6'4, 200-pound Park is a consensus four-star recruit and one of the most heavily recruited prospects nationally. Named to the D.C. All-NFTC Team, he also shined at the D.C. Elite 11 Regional. As a junior he passed for 2,239 yards and 24 touchdowns while rushing for over 700 yards and seven scores. Park had a dozen offers including Alabama, Auburn, Florida State, Louisville, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Notre Dame, Tennessee, and Virginia Tech, but committed to Georgia on June 14. Park is on Twitter @JacobPark10, and his highlights are available here.
RB Nick Chubb, Cedartown, (Ga.): The 5'10, 210-pounder rushed for over 2,700 yards and 38 touchdowns as a junior, holding offers from Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Tennessee and several others before committing to Georgia in June. A consensus four-star prospect, Chubb is the No. 73 overall player in the country according to the 247Sports composite rankings and posted the second-best SPARQ rating at the Atlanta NFTC with a 122.43 on a 4.58 in the 40 and a 40.4-inch vertical. The team Vapor Carbon member can be found on Twitter @NickChubb21.
TE Jeb Blazevich, Charlotte (NC) Christian: The consensus No. 5 tight end nationally, Blazevich was a 3A All-State pick in 2012 when he caught 30 passes for 379 yards and five scores. He comes from a family of football talent: his grandfather, Ed Tate Parker, played at Ole Miss and his father, Jim Blazevich, played at Northwestern. The latest in the line of athletes was offered by 20 schools before choosing Georgia in April over other programs such as Ohio State, Ole Miss, Notre Dame, and Alabama. Give him a follow on Twitter @JebBlazevich and stay tuned for his work with team Apocalypse as he shows off the pass-catching ability that makes him such a special prospect.