Recruitment for the University of Georgia. Four Star Receiver Makiya Tongue (Baton Rouge, La./University Lab) has dedicated herself to the Bulldogs
"I would like to thank all those who not only promoted me but also supported the whole process and Most of all, I want to thank my family for being there for everything and making me make that decision for me, "Tongue said through his personal Twitter account. "But after talking with Coach Smart and my family, I am pleased to say that I will sign up at the University of Georgia … Go Dawgs."
Tongue, the nation's No. 1
I love the family environment there, "Tongue Dawgs247 said about why he chose Georgia." It can be said that all the coaches look for the players and everyone looks after each other, it suits me. "[Tonguethe211stoverallstatementofthecountrysaysthatGeorgiawantsittoplaywidereceiverandthestaffwasimpressedwithhistrainingonFridayTonguethefive-star Jadon Haselwood and Dominick Blaylock closes to end Georgia's broad receiver class for the 2019 cycle, made his official visit to Georgia on June 14.
It was good, I loved it, "Tongue said. "The coaching team there is just fine, and the city there is a great city. They see me as a broad receiver. I like it, as it is a pro-style offense, and after losing Sony Michel 19659005] and Nick Chubb they will radiate it a little more. It's a great school, it's the SEC, you know it's a winning program. They will only get better. "
The addition of Tongue gives Georgia 15 engagements and allows the nation's Bulldogs to follow the nation's second class.The group also features five-star wide receivers Jadon Haselwood (Ellenwood, Ga./Cedar Grove), Five-Star Edge 19659014] Nolan Smith (Savannah, Ga./IMG Academy), Five Star Broadcasting Dominick Blaylock (Marietta, Ga. / Walton), Five Star Defense Line Travon Walker (Thomaston, Ga./Upson-Lee), Four Star Attacking Device Warren McClendon  (Braunschweig (Ga./Brunswick), four-star offensive Tac kle Xavier Truss (Warwick, RI / Bishop Hendricken), four-star in linebacker Trezmen Marshall (Homerville, Ga./Clinch County), four-star defensive magistrate Bill Norton (Memphis, Tenn ./Christian Brothers), four-star cornerback Jalen Perry (Dacula, Ga./Dacula), four-star tight-end Ryland Goede (Acworth, Ga./ Kennesaw Mountain), four-star quarterback John Rhys Plumlee (Hattiesburg, Miss. / Hattiesburg), four-star linebacker JD Bertrand (Roswell, Ga./Blonde Trinity) and three-star defensive lineman Zion Logue (Lebanon, Tenn./Lebanon). The group has the highest average rating per engagement in the country, with an average rating of 94.49 among the 15 verbal commitments to date. It is expected that the Bulldogs will sign over 20 perspectives this cycle.