The answer: DEFINITELY! I'm reading as many as 4 commits may fall this weekend and, no doubt, additional ground will be paved for future commitments as well. Who might be getting the patented Mark Richt commitment hug? Well, my guess is Quincy Mauger (will be there with his mom and will likely earn an offer) - and don't be mistaken about Mauger, he is a good enough safety prospect to earn his offer on his own. Gaining his commitment will likely solidify his teammate and friend Brendan Langley, but this is not a 'Cootieship'. Speaking of safeties, I also think we gain the commitment of JUCO target Shaq Fluker. That's 2 top safeties to accompany the stud DBs we already have on board (Shaq, Tray, Nelson, Wilkerson and JJ) - looking like an incredible DB haul this year! Now, 2 commits ... how about a couple big men - Kelsey Griffin and DeVondre Seymour. Griffin is out of nearby Hoschton and recently named the Dawgs his leader. He's very quick for a big man (allegedly runs a 4.7 40!) and, unless he outgrows the position, would seem to fit nicely at defensive end in the 3-4 scheme. Seymour is the cousin/adopted son of former UGA All-American, NFL All-Pro and Super Bowl champion Richard Seymour. He plays on the opposite side of the ball, but you gotta love those blood-lines!! Those would be 4 awesome guys to get on board, but that might not be it. Watch out also for LB Tim Kimbrough, and even outside changes that stud RB Alvin Kamara and Langley could commit. And of course, you just never know about future classes - we could see guys like Raekwon McMillan (2014 stud LB) or Bo Scarbrough (2014 stud RB) or even a 2015 guy commit.
That would be one helluva DawgNight for sure, but that certainly won't be the end of it. I fully expect for Tray Matthews, Shaq Wiggins, Alvin Kamara, and yes, current Bama commit Reuben Foster to announce their intentions to play together at UGA before the start of their senior football seasons. All signs point to Langley announcing to UGA at the Corky Kell Classic (further solidified if his buddy Mauger does in fact opt for the good guys). With UGA leading as well for OT Laremy Tunsil, OT Trenton Brown and TE Josh McNeil and still high on the list for super-stud d-lineman Montravius Adams, this class could redefine "Dream Team"!!