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Dawgs Land Top Remaining 2023 TE Target in 4-Star Lawson Luckie

January 12, 2022

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Georgia’s Todd Hartley can take a vacation or two this summer. 

After signing his top target in the 2022 class in four-star Oscar Delp, Hartley added his second tight end commitment in the 2023 class in four-star Lawson Luckie‍ from Norcross.

Hartley already has four-star Pearce Spurlin‍ on board, and the tight end from South Walton (FL) is one of the better pass-catching tight ends across the country.

Now they have Lawson on board, and he’s one of the top tight end prospects in Georgia.

So what will Luckie bring to Athens?

Another pass-catching weapon with reliable hands.

The 6-foot-3 225-pounder is a jumbo-athlete who can make plays at tight end, out wide as a receiver, or out of the backfield from the fullback position. He’s a tough blocker on the edge, but he’s a reliable pass catcher with the ability to get yards after the catch.

Luckie also shows big-play ability in the redzone with the ability to go up and snatch the ball away from defenders. He can sneak out of the backfield for close receptions, and once he gets going in space, he can be tough to bring down for smaller defenders. 

He’s not a burner, but he runs well for his size. Like some of Georgia’s other tight ends, he knows how to run routes, get open underneath, and shows great ball skills. 
Luckie has held a Bulldog offer for a while, and there’s a reason why Hartley went after him so hard. Georgia recruits tight ends from all over the country, but Luckie’s size, hands, and athleticism made him an easy take in the 2023 class?

With two tight ends on board early on, Dawg Post does not expect the Bulldogs to take another in the 2023 class.

Luckie becomes Georgia’s 9th commitment in the 2023 class. He’s ranked as the No. 14 TE prospect in the country and the No. 287 overall prospect in the country.


The Georgia Bulldogs are national champions once more. 

Kirby Smart and his No. 1 Dawgs have run through the 2021 season - knocking out Nick Saban and Alabama in Indianapolis to win it all in the College Football Playoff National Championship Game. 

Now you can own this commemorative keep-sake hardcover book to remember the season. DAWGSTRUCTION will print in late January when the season concludes. The cover is subject to change. 

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