NCAA Football News
The job of building a college football powerhouse is an ongoing process for every coach across the nation. Every season, coaches must juggle lineups depleted by graduations or early departures while plugging the next great campus legend into the mix. The result is an ever-changing landscape of great—and not-so-great—position groupings.
With spring practices behind us, we now have a pretty good picture of what each team's roster will look like come fall camp. We also have a better idea about what to expect from each position grouping come the fall, although there's still plenty of time for changes between now and Week 1.
Here, we'll take a look at those returners, as well as some young blood in an attempt to identify each team's strength and weakness on the field heading into the 2014 college football season.
With it now being the (unofficial) start of summer, the Georgia Bulldogs will have time to focus on the 2015 recruiting class before the entire team comes back to Athens for preseason practice.
So far, the coaching staff has done a good job of getting some top recruits to commit, ranking 14th in the 247Sports Composite Rankings.
But they know they can do better, and there are five recruits that could make or break the Bulldogs' recruiting class heading into the 2015 season.
Here’s a look at the top five recruiting targets for the Bulldogs.