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In-State Prospect On The Rise Breaks Down New UGA Football Offer

May 8, 2024

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ATHENS - Georgia Bulldog spring practice is over, but it’s just getting started across high schools across the state.

Kirby Smart’s staff is on the road looking for new prospects, and two new in-state prospects were able to land offers this week from the mighty in-state powerhouse.


One new offer went out to Sprayberry (GA) ATH Jorden Edmonds‍. This two-way athlete holds a giant offer list already, and now he’s earned one from Georgia defensive backs Travaris Robinson. This receiver/defensive back has a long, promising frame already at 6-foot-3 180-pounds with terrific ball skills and the ability to make a tough catch in traffic.

As a sophomore last fall, Edmonds showed that he can run and jump with the best across Georgia in the 2026 class. Defensively, he made 28 tackles and two INTs. His potential at defensive back is easy to see as he plays the position like a receiver when the ball is in the air. He covers a lot of ground in coverage but is physical enough to make a big tackle against the run. He could have every offer in the book when it’s all said and done, and he’s one Georgia fans should watch closely over the next year and a half. 

“I was very surprised and excited about the Georgia offer”, Edmonds told Dawg Post. “I just know they have a great football program and are a powerhouse. I took a visit to Athens for a spring practice at Georgia and am looking to get back up there.”

“They’ve always been one of if not the most dominant program in the country”, Edmonds added. “Georgia’s stable. A lot of schools have had a lot of changes in coaching. There has been a lot of change with most schools, but Georgia is and has always been the team! Tough Georgia football is not a secret. That's what makes them special. They seem to be the template. They dominate.”




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Another Cobb County prospect who earned an offer from the Dawgs this week was McEachern’s Jayreon Campbell. An explosive runner with good size at 5-foot-11 190-pounds, Campbell proved last year that he’s one of the best running backs across Georgia regardless of class. A versatile weapon who can catch passes out of the backfield, Campbell brings plenty of speed to the table while showing the ability to bounce off defenders for extra yards. He’s explosive with the potential to score from anywhere on the field.

Now that Georgia has offered, look for many more to come Campbell’s way. The state of Georgia appears to be deep at running back in the 2026 class, and Campbell is one of the best. As good as he was as a sophomore, look for this promising back to have a dominant junior season in 2024.


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