Mack Brown will be here. So will Garrison Smit and Nikell Robey.
Those are just three of Georgia's remaining top targets who will be in Athens for Dawg Nite festivities taking place on campus Saturday afternoon and evening.
Suffice it to say, it's arguably Georgia's biggest recruiting weekends of the entire year as prospects get an up-close-and-personal tour of the campus, concluded by a two-hour camp at Sanford Stadium.
According to Assistant Director of Football Operations Josh Brooks, the event will be broke up into two sessions, beginning with one in early afternoon for unofficial visits, presentations and tours of the school.
Following a break for an early supper, recruits will take another tour before reporting to Sanford Stadium.
The event is closed to the general public.
Approximately 90 campers are expected to take part in the day-long event, which also feature former Bulldogs like Jon Stinchcomb as guest coaches.
Other recruits scheduled to make an appearance include Georgia commitments Brent Benedict, Kolton Houston, Jalen Fields, Dexter Morant, Demetre Baker, Derek Owens, Kendrun Malcome and Michael Bennett.
Other 2010 recruits confirmed by UGASports include Carver-Columbus' Devin Burns, Brandon Smith, Corey Crawford, Devis Lewis and David Beasley, Andrew Jackson wide receiver Chaz Green, Jackson's Neiron Ball, Stamford's Khairi Fortt and Newnan's Alexander Ogletree.
Key 2011 prospects scheduled to appear include Carver's Isaiah Crowell, Quintavious Harrow and Gabriel Wright, Griffin's Xzavier Dickson, Tucker's James Vaughters, Habersham Central's Austin Brown and White County's Ashley Lowery.
Players to be participating in the camp include Houston, Wade, Burns, Owens, Smith, Benedict, Fields and Morant.
Georgia currently has 15 verbal commitments for the upcoming year.
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