Deondrick Glass  - Class of 2019 RB -  Katy High School, TX  (Photo from Deondrick Glass /Twitter)

Deondrick Glass
– Class of 2019 RB –
Katy High School, TX
(Photo from Deondrick Glass /Twitter)

 

 

Today on Bulldawg Illustrated’s UGA recruiting daily we take a look at several 2019 running back prospects.

 

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TODAY’S FEATURED PROSPECTS

If position ranking is noted, unless otherwise stated, it is 247 Sports latest composite ranking of the player.

 

NOAH CAIN

CLASS: 2019

POSITION: No. 2 RB

HT, WT: 5 foot 11, and 207 lbs

SCHOOL: IMG Academy, Bradenton, FL

CITY, STATE: From Guyer High School, Denton, TX

STATUS: Undeclared

UGA OFFER: Yes, offered on 03/03/2017.

# OFFERS: 24

NEWS & NOTES: Noah Cain received an offer from Georgia back last spring on March 3rd and the IMG Academy running back keeps piling up more offers. So far, he has over 23 FBS scholarship offers. Cain visited the Bulldogs last March, and he then camped and visited at UGA on June 15th. Cain is one of the top running backs in the 2019 class, and his recruitment is wide open at the moment.
 
2017 JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS- CLICK HERE
 
2016 SOPHOMORE HIGHLIGHTS – CLICK HERE
 
2015 FRESHMAN HIGHLIGHTS – CLICK HERE
 
 

QUAVARIS CROUCH

CLASS: 2019

POSITION: No. 3 RB

HT, WT: 6 foot 1.5, and 224 lbs

SCHOOL: Harding University High School

CITY, STATE: Charlotte, NC

STATUS: Undeclared

UGA OFFER: Yes, offered on 11/4/2016.

# OFFERS: 17

NEWS & NOTES: Quavaris Crouch is another very talented RB out of the state of North Carolina. UGA offered THE Harding University High School phenom back in 2016 on Nov. 4th. Like 2018 RB Zamir White, Crouch already looks the part of an SEC tailback as a junior in high school at 6 foot 1.5 and 224 lbs.
 
Back during the fall, Crouch took visits to several different programgs including Clemsonon Sept. 9th, and then on Sept. 16th, South Carolina. On Oct. 5th he visited NC State, and then he was at Florida on Oct. 7th. Crouch was back in Columbia to visit South Carolina on Nov. 25th and again on Dec. 16th.
 
2017 JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS – CLICK HERE
 
2016 SOPHOMORE HIGHLIGHTS – CLICK HERE
 
OTHER HIGHLIGHTS – CLICK HERE
 
 

DEONDRICK GLASS

CLASS: 2019

POSITION: No. 10 RB

HT, WT: 5 foot 11, and 195 lbs

SCHOOL: Katy High School

CITY, STATE: Katy, TX

STATUS: Undeclared

UGA OFFER: Yes, offered on Thursday, Jan. 11

# OFFERS: 20

NEWS & NOTES: The Georgia coaching staff just offered Deondrick Glass on Thursday, Jan. 11th. The talented 2019 tailback from the Longhorn state of Texas has 20 scholarship offers so far.
 
2017 JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS – CLICK HERE
 
2016 SOPHOMORE HIGHLIGHTS – CLICK HERE
 
2015 FRESHMAN HIGHLIGHTS – CLICK HERE
 
 

TREY SANDERS

CLASS: 2019

POSITION: No. 1 RB

HT, WT: 5 foot 11.5, and 216 lbs

SCHOOL: IMG Academy, Bradenton, FL

CITY, STATE: From Port St. Joe, Florida

STATUS: Undeclared

UGA OFFER: Yes, offered on 02/21/2016

# OFFERS: 9

NEWS & NOTES: UGA offered Trey Sanders almost two years ago back in February of 2016. The Sunshine State running back committed to Alabama just a few months later in April of 2016, but he recently de-committed from the Crimson Tide on Jan. 1. Just a couple of days later, on Jan. 3rd, Sanders said that Bama is still his top school.
 
So why did Trey Sanders de-commit from Alabama just to name the Tide his leader two days later?
 
Sanders committed very early on as a sophomore and after finishing his junior season at IMG Academy, he wanted to make sure of his final decision with his senior year looming in 2018. I expect more offers to flow his way and for him to visit a number of programs before he commits to a school again. Plus, there is the whole getting to go through the red carpet and VIP treatment of the recruiting process as a high school senior. But by naming Bama his leader, it also lets me know that programs will have their work cut out to recruit him away from Nick Saban and the Crimson Tide.
 
2017 JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS – CLICK HERE
 
2015 FRESHMAN HIGHLIGHTS – CLICK HERE

 


 

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Bob Miller