Top Targets Remaining in the 2022 recruiting class

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It’s late October, early national signing day isn’t for another 54 days and Georgia has 21 commits in the 2022 recruiting class.

Under typical circumstances in prior years, Georgia would be pressed up on numbers already.

Though thanks to the NCAA’s new scholarship rules, they can take up to 32 prospects in one class, depending upon the number of players they’ve lost to the NCAA transfer portal. So, this year’s class is expected to be larger than usual. Sources have indicated between 27 and 30 players could be signed this year.

So, who does that leave room for?

We have our Top 10 remaining targets, ranked based on the likelihood of being in the class and priority.

1. Kamari Wilson, DB

With the lack of depth Georgia already has at safety, combined with the potential for the room to be even thinner following the season due to the NFL Draft, Wilson has long been a priority in this class. Will Muschamp has been in charge of this recruitment from the moment he got on campus and has done a tremendous job.

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