National Signing Day 2016 is less than a week away, but the Bulldog coaching staff still has a lot of work to do. Partially because of the staff turnover, and perhaps because they're going after so many really big targets, the Bulldog coaches will be waiting on several players to make their college choice on National Signing Day, and likely beyond in at least one case.
No one knows where all of the Dawgs remaining targets will end up. I suspect some of the blue chippers will end up in Athens while others will end up in Tuscaloosa, Auburn, Tallahassee, and Gainesville (poor bastards). You can't win them all on National Signing Day. And that's why it's important to win the right ones.
So I ask you, Dawg Sports readers: which uncommitted prospect is most important for Georgia's 2016 recruiting class?
An argument could be made for most every player in the poll below. Many play positions of acute need. Others are versatile enough to play more than one position. Several are the type of instate, five star recruit who Kirby Smart cannot afford to allow to escape, and whom fans never forget when they do. So vote early, and if you're from Dodge County vote often. And feel free to explain your answer in the comments below. Until later...