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Two In-State Prospects Earn UGA Football Offer

February 10, 2024

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ATHENS - Some promising prospects all over Georgia saw their recruitment take off over the last several weeks, and two new prospects to know earned an offer from the in-state Georgia Bulldogs.

Those two prospects were 2025 ATH Gerritt Kemp (Hebron Christian) and 2027 RB Quinterrius ‘Moonie’ Gipson.

Kemp, an explosive two-way athlete on the rise in Gwinnett County, is a versatile player with an impressive combination of size and ball skills at 6-foot-3 18-0-pounds. An impact receiver with good instincts in the secondary, Kemp is a natural in both positions. He was a playmaking machine last fall, and now he holds an offer from Georgia. He’s coming off a tremendous junior season and also added recent offers from Virginia, N.C State, Ole Miss, and Indiana, among others. 

As a prospect, he runs well for his size with an excellent frame and impressive burst. On offense, Kemp only caught 16 passes, but he took them 514 yards and scored seven touchdowns. Defensively, the sure-tackling safety made 36 tackles, three INTs, and two fumble recoveries. He’s a big-play machine and more offers are likely on the way. He’s one of the best 2025 prospects across the area and in Gwinnett County, and now he’s an in-state Bulldog target to know in the 2025 class.


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Then there's Gipson, one of the top freshmen running backs not only across Georgia but across the South for the 2027 class. Now, the promising Kell Longhorn back holds an offer from the Dawgs. 

The Cobb County back is coming off a very productive 2023 season where he carried the ball 99 times for 771 yards and 13 touchdowns. Just a freshman, Gipson is a bigger back for his age at 5-foot-11 200-pounds who already knows how to keep the chains moving while picking up yards after initial contact. The offers are rolling in, with one from Georgia in hand, look for more to follow. As a runner, Gipson shows good footwork and burst for his size while still bringing a tough, physical presence as well. He’s a back who can keep the pile moving while picking up those tough yards between the tackles. His stock is clearly on the rise, and he could be bound for a truly massive season as a sophomore in 2024.


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