Georgia’s impressive win over No. 6 LSU on Saturday couldn’t get any better, especially with the top recruits in attendance.
One of Georgia’s top 2014 recruits were present in the stands, offensive tackle David Sharpe (Jacksonville, Fla./Providence School). Sharpe, a ESPN 300 15th-ranked prospect overall, went home very impressed after the 44-41 win over the Tigers.
“The Georgia visit was great,” Sharpe said via text. “It was a great game, great atmosphere and a great win.”
At the beginning of the season, the Florida Gators were in favor to land Sharpe but Georgia got in the way.
ESPN Junior 300 Chuma Edoga (Powder Springs, Ga./McEachern High) was suppose to be in attendance but said via twitter that his mom made him stay home to finish school work. Edoga tweeted; “This is gonna be game of the year #LSUvsUGA.”
Five-star defensive tackle and Georgia commitment Lamont Gaillard (Fayette ville, N.C./Pine Forest High) described his experience on Sunday.
“CRAZZZYYY!!! I couldn’t even hear myself talk,” The No. 12-ranked prospect in the ESPN 300 said. “Georgia did what they had to do to get the win, and I’m glad I was there in person to see that.”
Georgia offensive line commit and No. 110 overall in the ESPN 300 Isaiah Wynn left a response on his Twitter that shows no doubt he is all Georgia. “Next officials after this weekend: UGA, Georgia, and University of Georgia. Lol”
ESPN Junior 300 running back Eric Swinney (Tyrone, Ga./Sandy Creek) showed up at the game and was quite impressed.
ESPN Junior 300 wide receiver Tavin Richardson (Duncan, S.C./Byrnes High) took a trip to the game and was super stoked.
“It was a once in a lifetime feeling!” Richardson said via text Saturday night. “Because it was a big conference game for the two SEC teams, everybody was into the game…and it was a real college experience game.”
[Quotes by ESPN’s Gerry Hamilton.]