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Georgia Bulldog WR Commits Having Strong 2022 Seasons

October 19, 2022

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ATHENS - When Kirby Smart hired Bryan McClendon back in June to be the Georgia Bulldog receivers coach, he knew exactly what the former Bulldog wideout was bringing to the table.

Not only does he know how to coach and develop, but he’s an outstanding recruiter as well.

The Bulldogs need to bring in some playmakers in the 2023 class, and the three receivers they have on the commit list are having big senior seasons this fall.

One of Georgia’s newest commitments, four-star Tyler Williams‍, is proving why he’s one of the top sure-handed receivers in the South. The 6-foot-3 200-pounder out of Lakeland (FL) plays for a team that doesn’t throw the ball much as they’ve done a great job of running through opponents all season. While Williams has been a willing blocker on the outside in the run game, he’s still a major weapon in the passing game. He’s not lighting up the stat sheet, but still making a giant impact with his 12 catches for 238 yards and four touchdowns. Of course, Tyler Williams isn’t a “me” guy. He’s all about the team and will do whatever it takes to win. That’s just one reason why the Bulldogs went hard after the big, physical, playmaking wideout. 



Three-star receiver Yazeed Haynes‍ is another commitment off to a strong season. Don’t let the low ranking fool you, he’s a guy the Georgia staff is very excited about and he’s been putting on a show this fall. The speedy, explosive receiver has dominated so far this season, catching 43 passes for 859 yards and 8 total touchdowns while torching opponents in the return game as well. He may not play against the best competition, but speed is speed, and Haynes has plenty of it.




Then there’s four-star Raymond Cottrell‍. Another strong, possession receiver from the Sunshine state, Cottrell as caught 32 passes so far this season for 388 yards and five touchdowns through his first seven games, averaging over 12 yards per catch. The Milton (FL) star has been reliable all season long and has a knack for finding the end-zone. He’ll give McClendon another receiver with size, strong hands, and the ability to score whenever he has the ball.



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