February 2, 2011 by staff
Isaiah Crowell, The University of Georgia head coach Mark Richt football holding their collective breath, hoping that ESPN’s five-star running back Isaiah Crowell will choose to play between the hedges in Athens in the fall. The native of Columbus, GA, is the No. 1 running back in the nation, ESPN and No. 4 players together. Crowell (5’11 “, 210) is the only rookie RB class hopes in 2011 for UGA. If he decided to sign a letter of intent with his other apparent first choice, the University of Alabama, he would leave a huge hole in Mark Richt’s Dream Team recruitment year.
Currently, UGA rushing game, consisting mainly of Washaun Ealey and Caleb King is ranked No. 10 in the SEC (which has only 12 teams, remember) and 73 in the nation. The Bulldogs are weak in the running game, no doubt, and need the talents of Crowell, who has been compared by manyanlysts to Michael Dyer Auburn and South Carolina’s Marcus Lattimore.
Rivals.com national recruitinganlyst Mike Farrell told the Athens Banner-Herald, “If they are not Crowell, there is a huge glaring weakness in this class. Running back is probably the most important position of need in this class. ”
Wednesday will be a huge day for the Bulldogs, who are already walking towards the finish line. The nation’s top running back prospect, Isaiah Crowell (Columbus, Ga.), linebacker Kent Turenne (Lauderdale Lakes, Fla.) and defensive linemen Jeoffrey Pagan (Asheville, North Carolina) and John Jenkins (Mississippi Gulf Coast College) remain strong possibilities. Take these potential signatories above perspectives Top100 Malcolm Mitchell, Jay Rome (Valdosta, Ga.) and Drew Ray (Thomasville, GA) – have all committed to the Bulldogs in recent weeks – and that’s impressive finish recruitment Mark Richt and staff of Georgia.
Roughly one day that Wednesday is for Georgia, it is equally important to the Crimson Tide. Kouandjio is scheduled to make its announcement around 9:00 one of two “franchise players” in the recruitment cycle based 247Sports, Kouandjio expected to recover by the tide or Auburn. Alabama fans will also watch the ads and Crowell Pagan and mindful of the decision Nickolas Brassell (Batesville, Miss.). February 14, Alabama know if there is no one-nation perspective, defensive end Jadeveon Clowney (Rock Hill, SC). It seems Clowney decision will down by the tide or South Carolina.
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