Georgia Bulldogs Add Another Commitment

September 8, 2020

Jackson Meeks, at 6-2, 190-pound WR from Phenix City, AL picked the Bulldogs on Tuesday.

The Bulldogs add their second wide receiver in the 2021 class today as up and coming wideout Jackson Meeks has committed publicly to Georgia.

The three-star receiver is coming off an junior season where he was mostly injured, but had his coming out party last month in the Central (AL) opener where he had 10+ catches for over 200 yards and 3 touchdowns with another called back.

One source who was at that game against Hoover told Dawg Post he looked like a “Young Terrell Owens”.

Runnig backs coach Dell McGee extended an offer to Meeks the day after he torched Hoover’s talented defense and the Bulldogs were to beat ever since. 

Meeks took an unnofficial visit to Georgia with his family this month to get all of his questions answered. He didn’t wait much longer, and now he’s committed to the Bulldogs.

So what is Georgia getting in Meeks?

They’re getting a fully helathy receiver now with good size and big-play ability.

He does ‘t have a ton of film, but what he’s showed so far this year is the ability to play physical on the outside and use his body to his advantage. At 6-foot-2 190-pounds, Meeks is put together well and has the hands and athleticism to back it up. He showed that he has SEC-level speed and knows how to find the end-zone. If he can continue to develop and work on his route running, Meeks could be the steal of Georgia’s 2021 classs.

Sources in Colombus tell Dawg Post that Meeks is very similar to two other Central receivers in the past in Clemson signees Justyn Ross and E.J Williams.

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