The Morning After: What Were The Biggest Hits And Misses In Georgia's 2014 Signing Class?

Kelly Lambert

Signing Day 2014 is in the books, and the consensus among Bulldog fans seems to be that this one was a success. Georgia avoided any last minute defections and unlike in past years didn't find itself needing multiple bigs recruits to fall its way, only to have those recruits go elsewhere.

That said, no class is perfect. We'd love to hear your thoughts on the biggest hits and misses in this class. For my money no hit was bigger than the bounty at tailback. I think it's likely that either Nick Chubb or Sony Michel will develop into a stellar SECA tailback, and there's a solid chance that both will. I'd also consider the Staff's signing of Isaiah McKenzie with an eye toward improving kick returns as a solid triple, if not a homerun.

I would have liked to have seen another offensive tackle who could play right now, but recognize that the number of scholarship linemen currently on campus made that difficult both mathematically and in terms of roster appeal. I also might have liked to see another speed rushing defensive end like Lorenzo Carter. Many of our defensive ends are more big-bodied, 3-4 types, so it would be nice to see another couple of guys in that mold to rush the passer from the end position in a 4-2-5 alignment.

What about you? At what positions do you think the 'Dawgs could (and couldn't) have done better?

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