Georgia Locks Up 2018's Top-Ranked Recruiting Class, Edging Ohio State


Andrew Chatfield kicked it off at American Heritage.

The Bulldogs are still in the running for four-star defensive tackle Rick Sandidge as well.

It was quite a signing ceremony at American Heritage High School in Florida.

The same thing happened the day before signing day to Texas, though the account was re-opened about an hour later.

Accounts are often suspended for tweeting or retweeting copyrighted material such as images and songs. He first picked up the Tennessee hat, then tossed it aside.

The state of Florida could help deliver drama Wednesday with four recruits being some of the biggest prizes available.

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As National Signing Day winds down, the Georgia Bulldogs have the nation's No. 1 overall 2018 recruiting class.

However, coach Kirby Smart, while understandably thrilled with his 2018 class, said during a press conference on Wednesday that he knows there's still a lot of work to do.

Most FBS teams filled the majority of their 2018 classes during the new early signing period in December.

Alabama has taken home the top class in each of the past seven years but this time around the Crimson Tide is on the outside looking in with the program featuring the sixth-best overall class in the country.

Campbell is the No. 2 ranked corner in this class, behind Surtain Jr., and is the 12th commitment for Georgia ranked in the top-5 of his position. LSU and Alabama are among his choices.