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Impressive California Receiver Calls UGA His "Dream School"

June 27, 2022

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ATHENS - As we all know by now, Kirby Smart and the Georgia Bulldogs are known across the country as one of the most respected college football programs.

While recruiting the very best in Georgia is always a priority, Kirby Smart and the Bulldogs go after the very best each and every year, no matter where they live.

It’s clear the Bulldogs have made their presence known in California with current players like Brock Bowers, Kendall Milton, and Earnest Greene on the roster.

The Bulldogs offered two prospects recently out of California, and both told Dawg Post that they grew up watching Georgia play, and often dominate, in the SEC.


Phillip Bell - Christian Brothers (CA)

The fast-rising playmaker from California is coming of an outstanding freshman season where he caught 56 passes for 1,002 yards and 12 touchdowns. His recruitment is taking off and he recent picked up an offer from the Bulldogs after impressive at a camp in front of the staff.

“When coach Kirby Smart offered me I couldn’t do nothing but smile, it was huge to me. I was excited and happy for my dreams to come true, especially from the University of Georgia. Which has been a dream school to me since I’ve been little. UGA is special to me because it felt like home, I got along with the coaches really well. Talking to them was nice. All the players showed love, the staff showed love and it was a great environment to be in.”


Jordan Anderson - Millikan (CA)

One of the top junior receivers in California, the 6-foot-0 175-pounder is a big-play waiting to happen with breakaway speed. He’s dangerous in the open field and can score on any particular play. As a sophomore last year, Anderson caught 32 passes for 576 yards and 9 touchdowns.

“My reaction when I got the UGA offer was crazy”, Anderson said. “At first, it was like a dream come true because I have watched a lot of Georgia football growing up as a kid. Everything makes UGA a special place in my eyes but the thing that really stood out to me was how the coaches treat their players and how good their off-the-field relationship with the players are.”

“I most definitely want to get back to UGA soon as possible with my little sister and mom to see how they like it”, Anderson added. “UGA is in a good position on my list. I’m just wanting to see how hard they recruit me this upcoming season.”


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