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Insider Recruiting Notes: Georgia Bulldogs Extend New 2024 Offers

May 20, 2022

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Spring practices were held all month for high school programs across the country, and the Georgia staff has been on the road evaluating prospects and updating their recruiting board.

That means new offers are being extended daily, and the staff has extended quite a few throughout this past week.

Here are a few prospects who earned an offer from Georgia this week...


Jamari Howard - DB - Westland Hialeah (FL)

One of the hottest prospects in Miami right now, Howard is seeing a breakout week in his recruitment, earning offers from Georgia, Alabama, and Texas A&M in recent days with more likely on the way. Another long, athletic defensive back at 6-foot-2 175-pounds, Howard is a dynamic athlete who played on both sides of the ball last season as a sophomore. Defensively, Howard made 44 tackles and picked off two passes. He’s one of the fastest-rising 2024 defensive backs in South Florida, and now he holds an offer from the reigning national champions.


Jimothy Lewis Jr. - OT - Madison-Ridgeland Academy (MS)

One of the top 2024 OT prospects in the country, the Mississippi native has a long, lean frame at 6-foot-5 290-pounds who saw his recruitment soar this spring. He shows good footwork and plays with a balanced base, while also playing extremely physical. He plays right tackle right now, and he appears to be a natural there. He’s a 2024 offensive tackle to keep an eye on.



TJ Capers - LB - Columbus (FL)

Another impressive defender from South Florida, Capers is a big-time linebacker at 6-foot-2 230-pounds who knows how to deliver a big hit. He can line up outside and get after the passer, and he can make plays in coverage as well. He consistently flashes on film and has the potential to be one of the best linebackers in the Miami area this fall. He was impressive as a sophomore, and he’s only getting better.



Mike Matthews – ATH – Parkview

One of the top two-way players in Gwinnett County last fall, the dynamic sophomore showed why he’s one of the leading receivers in the state for his class, showing great hands along with his 6-foot-3 180-pound frame. While many schools have offered him to play safety, Matthews will continue making big plays for the Panthers as a receiver in 2022. He shows good ball skills, the ability to break tackles, and shows decent speed for his frame. The Parkview standout can make plays down the field, but he’s a weapon in the screen game and short passing game as well. He was outstanding as a sophomore last fall, catching 48 passes this year for 764 yards and 7 touchdowns. It has led to offers from Notre Dame, Arkansas, and Georgia Tech. He’s an impressive safety prospect as well, and he’ll likely get a look there wherever he ends up at the next level.



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