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UGA Football Offers Top 2026 In-State Prospects

June 19, 2024

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ATHENS - Kirby Smart and the Georgia Bulldogs have held several big big 7-on-7 tournaments and “big man” camps this summer, looking for new prospects to target down the road.

The Dawgs had plenty of promising in-state prospects in town on Tuesday who left Athens with a big offer.


Buford (GA) DL Bryce Perry-Wright‍ 

It took a little longer than expected, but Tray Scott and the Dawgs finally offered one of the very best 2026 prospects in Georgia. This interior defensive tackle may not bring ideal size at just 6-foot-2 250-pounds, but he plays much bigger than that. He’s strong, shows outstanding burst off the snap, and lived in the backfield last year as a sophomore on an extremely talented Buford defense. The playmaking defender made 51 tackles last fall with 9 TFLs, 7.5 sacks and 13 more QB hurries. He was incredibly disruptive last fall and is bound for a massive junior year this fall. Now, he holds an offer from the in-state Bulldogs.


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Woodward Academy (GA) ATH Blake Stewart

One of the top two-way athletes in Atlanta for the 2026 class, Stewart is a playmaking defensive back who roams the middle of the field at safety who can make a play on the ball. A strong tackler with good size, at 6-foot-1 175-pounds, Stewart’s versatility, instincts, and natural athleticism were on full display last year as a sophomore. There’s a lot to like about his game, and he should only improve at a place like Woodward Academy this fall. He already reeled in several respectable D1 offers, but with Georgia on board, look for more to come his way sooner than later.


Brooks County (GA) WR/TE George Lamons Jr.

One of the top young prospects across Georgia, Lamons Jr. is a South Georgia pass-catcher with an excellent frame already at 6-foot-4 210-pounds. An impressive athlete who runs like a deer and shows terrific hands, Lamons Jr. tracks the ball well in the air and will win most of the jump-ball opportunities that come his way. A weapon in the red-zone who can jump and snatch the football over smaller defenders, this rising sophomore checks a lot of boxes as a dynamic receiver. Even as a freshman, Lamons Jr. put the state on notice as one of the very best across the state. His best football is years down the road, and if he continues to work on his route-tree and can create separation on a consistent basis, more major offers should come his way. 


Tucker (GA) DB Djimon McLendon

A versatile defensive back who can play multiple positions in the secondary, McLendon’s future at safety looks bright due to his instincts in coverage, reaction time, and ability to make a secure tackle on the ball-carrier. At 6-foot-1 175-pounds, McLendon brings length, athleticism, and covers a lot of ground down the field. He’s a rangy defensive back who closes well and shows a lot of promise if he continues to develop properly over the next two years. His recruitment could take off soon, and this offer from Georgia could be the start of it all.


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