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Kirby Smart, Glenn Schumann Visit LB Commitment Troy Bowles

December 7, 2022

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ATHENS - The recruiting contact period is here, which means Kirby Smart and the Georgia Bulldogs are out making in-home visits with some of their top commitments and targets in the 2023 class. They were in Floriday today checking on multiple commitments.

As we reported earlier this week, Kirby Smart and Todd Hartley made an in-home visit with four-star tight end commit, Pearce Spurlin‍. An elite pass-catcher and one of the biggest playmakers in Florida, Spurlin was injured for most of his senior season, playing in just two games as a senior. Spurlin caught six passes for 132 yards and three touchdowns in those two games.

As a junior in 2021 the 6-foot-6 2230-pounder caught 74 passes for 1,404 yards and 20 touchdowns. The South Walton (FL) standout is ranked as the No. 2 TE prospect, the No. 21 prospect in Florida, and the No. 92 overall prospect in the country. 


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Smart also went with defensive coordinator Glenn Schumann to visit with four-star linebacker commitment Troy Bowles‍ in Tamp, Florida. The speedy 6-foot-1 205-pounder is one of the better linebackers in coverage across the country, making five INTs this past fall as a senior. The son of Tamp Bay Buccaneers coach Todd Bowles, the high four-star prospect will bring more natural instincts and ball skills to Glenn Schumann’s linebacker room next season. 

Bowles is ranked in the 247 Composite as the No. 4 LB prospect, the No. 13 prospect in Florida, and the No. 64 overall prospect in the country.



We also reported this week that Kirby Smart and Glenn Schumann would be making an in-home visit with four-star Raylen Wilson‍. Another linebacker with speed, Wilson made 120 tackles, 20 TFLs, 11 sacks and forced one fumble this past fall. He's ranked as the No. 3 LB prospect and thee No. 49 overall prospect in the country.


Defensive Line coach Tray Scott made the trip to Pennsylvania to meet with new target, Vincent Carroll-Jackson. One of the fastest-rising prospects in the Northeast, Carroll-Jackson is a promising interior defensive lineman with plenty of raw tools and potential. He plans to take an official visit to Georgia in January.


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