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Two Peach-State Receivers Talk UGA Football Visit

February 4, 2024
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ATHENS - During the final weekend of the dead period on the recruiting calendar, Kirby Smart and the UGA football staff hosted some top prospects in town over the weekend.

Two prospects in town were in-state receivers Nalin Scott (Kennesaw Mountain) and Jamauri Brice (Cartersville).

On Sunday both of them caught up with Dawg Post to break down their visit.

One receiver to know for the 2025 class is Cartersville (GA) standout Jamauri Brice. One of the top receivers in North Georgia for the 2025 class, Brice can’t be considered “under the radar” anymore after earning a big offer from the Georgia Bulldogs late last month. The impressive pass-catcher out of Cartersville stands at 5-foot-10 175-pounds and is coming off a strong 2023 season where he caught 34 passes for 530 yards and five touchdowns.

“What stood out to me about UGA is what I think about their player development”, Brice told Dawg Post. “I want to be an elite player at the next level and the attention to detail makes me excited how much they strive to being the best.”

As a prospect, he’s excellent in jump-ball situations and has some of the best hands of anyone in the area. He’s a vertical threat who can also pick up big yards after the catch. He’s a fluid runner and a very dependable option in the Cartersville passing game. Look for Brice to have a giant senior season next fall.



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Scott, a speedy, explosive pass-catcher with good size at 6-foot-3 200-pounds from Kennesaw, Georgia, is an in-state receiver to know in the 2026 class. A vertical threat who knows how to break tackles after the catch, Scott didn’t light up the stat sheet last year, but his talent, and size is easy to see.

“A big takeaway from my UGA visit today was the hospitality I felt from everyone I talked too”, Scott said. “No matter if it was a coach or the recruiting directors, everyone had an amazing approach to everything. UGA is special to me because it’s close to home and it’s been a school I’ve been watching my whole life.”

 

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