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Thursday, January 27, 2011

More recruiting: Another name for Georgia

While we await Ray Drew's announcement, set for Friday morning, another top defensive prospect is back to the forefront for the Georgia football team.

Jeoffrey Pagan, a defensive lineman from Asheville, N.C., has de-committed from Clemson and could be switching to Georgia. That's according to Paul Strelow of Clemson's 247 site, who reports that "all signs pointed" to Pagan announcing for Georgia on Wednesday.

Pagan is a four-star prospect according to Rivals, Scout and 247, and ranked the nation's No. 42 overall prospect by

Pagan, listed at 6-foot-4 and 270 pounds, is regarded as a defensive end in a 3-4 scheme, and could play tackle in a 4-3. So basically Pagan is not the answer for Georgia at nose tackle: That remains John Jenkins, the junior college prospect.

Jenkins plans to announce his college decision on Feb. 5 at the high school he attended in Meriden, Conn. He played last season at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.

Jenkins is visiting Florida this weekend.

As for Drew, who has been intentionally sending mixed signals - a nice way of saying he's been having some fun with people - the Thomas County Central star set to make his announcement on Friday at 10 a.m. The nation's ninth-ranked overall prospect according to, Drew is expected to choose Georgia - unless he wasn't kidding earlier this week when he said he had eliminated Georgia, Auburn and LSU.

(I suspect he was kidding.)

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