08 February, 2018
Georgia's class - which ranks third all-time behind Florida's 2010 class and Alabama's 2017 class according to 247Sports Composite - now boasts 12 top-100 players and seven top-25 players, all five-star recruits.
The top unsigned prospect is Patrick Surtain Jr., a cornerback from Florida whose father played in the NFL.
Campbell chose Georgia over Alabama and Miami. The lone defensive back commit not from Miami is Chris Smith, who attends high school at Hapeville Charter in Atlanta.
However, coach Kirby Smart, while understandably thrilled with his 2018 class, said during a press conference on Wednesday that he knows there's still a lot of work to do.
Georgia has the No. 1 class in the country. The Bulldogs could keep Tyrique McGhee outside or move him inside to the star position.
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Before Campbell's decision, Georgia was only the fifth team to land six five-star players, based on the 247Sports.com composite, in one recruiting class.
The state of Florida could help deliver drama Wednesday with four recruits being some of the biggest prizes available.
The son of the former National Football League player by the same name was considered the top unsigned prospect left to commit.
During the December early signing period, the Bulldogs landed Zamir White, the top-ranked running back in the country, OT Cade Mays, the No. 1 player in the state of Tennessee and guard Trey Hill's one of the nation's best interior linemen.