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Recruiting Tuesday: Asking A Simple Question.

The Bulldogs' 2013 class is rounding into shape with 28 commitments so far. The list includes a possible franchise quarterback, a quartet of bruising, ball hawking safeties, five (!) wide receivers, and four offensive linemen capable of playing up and down the line of scrimmage. There are defensive tackles of impressive size and quickness, and more linebackers than you can shake a stick at. All of which leads to a simple question, recruiting fans: if only one more uncommitted recruit in the class of 2013 were allowed to pledge to the University of Georgia, who would you want that recruit to be?

Perhaps future bookend offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil or powerful North Carolina guard prospect Tyrone Crowder?Are you holding out for a tailback like Alvin Kamara, Derrick Green, or Greg Bryant? Perhaps big defensive tackle Montravious Adams out of Dooly County? Or maybe phenomenal receiver Marquez North?

The decision in my mind comes down to two distinct criteria, how good is the player and how badly is he needed. For example, Greg Bryant is an outstanding tailback. But at this point, if we didn't secure a bluechip tailback how sad would you really be? I'm not dropping my choice (yet) but I'm anxious to hear yours. With some key conference home games coming up and a big, nationally-televised win over Missouri in the rearview it's safe to say that some of the guys listed above will be coming to Athens soon for a visit. The question is, which one do you want to stay? Also, feel free to pepper the comments with any other recruiting news or reflections you may have. Until later,

Go 'Dawgs!