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Georgia Bulldogs Make "Top 4" For Speedy WR Target

July 7, 2022

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ATHENS - Can the Georgia Bulldogs land one of the fastest prospects in the country?

Earlier this week one of the nation’s fastest prospects in the 2023 class, wide receiver Anthony Evans‍ our of Judson (TX), included the Bulldogs in his “Top 4”.

Other schools that joined Kirby Smart’s squad in the final group include Oklahoma, Texas A&M, and Penn State.


This comes as no surprise to Dawg Post members as Evans has always been high on Georgia and had a very successful visit to Georgia in the middle of June.

“Georgia a very special place because of the people to me” Evans told Dawg Post after his official visit to Georgia. “They flat out care about the person first and the player second. I’ve connected with Coach BMac from day 1. He’s been where I’m trying to get to, so having him as my position coach and having someone I can relate to is very important. His track record on the players he’s coached speaks for itself, and there’s not many receiver coaches in the country as good as him in my eyes.”

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The Bulldogs are always looking for more speed at the receiver position, and that’s exactly what Evans brings to the table.

The speedy Texas native runs a 4.36 40-yard dash and has been timed at 10.27 in 100-meter, making him one of the fastest prospects in the country.

Bryan McClendon has put the Bulldogs in a favorable position for some of his top targets including four-stars Tyler Williams‍ and Hykeem Williams‍. Dawg Post feels both are higher on Georgia’s board than Evans is, but they don’t have the speed that Evans does.

Georgia has one commitment on board already in four-star Raymond Cottrell‍, and sources say the Georgia staff feels good about the class they can bring in at wide receiver.

Georgia put themselves in an excellent position for Evans, but the Oklahoma Sooners have always been towards the top of his list, and a recent official visit to Texas A&M may have put the Aggies in an excellent position as well.

We’re not ready to say Georgia leads just yet for the speedy wideout, but they certainly have his attention.

Evans also announced that he will be making his commitment on August 26th. He’s ranked as the No. 43 WR prospect in the country and the No. 59 prospect in Texas according to the 247 Composite Rankings.


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