Georgia's 2013 Dawg Night turns up 4 big football commits


After an impressive weekend recruiting haul, Georgia's 2014 class ranks in the top five nationally.

Georgia had a big recruiting weekend thanks to its annual Dawg Night event, picking up four additions to its 2014 class. The Bulldogs added offensive line prospects Isaiah Wynn and Dyshon Sims, as well as wide receiver Shakenneth Williams and defensive back Kendall Gant.

Those additions moved Georgia's 2014 class from 13th nationally to third in the 247Sports composite team rankings. The Bulldogs trail only Alabama and Florida State for the best class in the country.

Wynn, a consensus four-star recruit, is the most highly regarded prospect of the group. He is considered one of the best 10 or 15 players at guard in this class, and 247 rates him as the No. 139 overall player. Rivals has him in its top 100.

Gant is also a consensus four-star prospect, and he boasts an impressive offer list that includes Alabama, Florida and Florida State. He is projected by several services to play safety at the college level, and he has the size to do so.

Sims and Williams are consensus three-star guys, though 247Sports is considerably higher on both than the general opinion. Georgia beat out a number of power-conference schools to land the two in-state products.

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