No wonder Georgia football ends up in Jayden Wayne’s Final 6

After an official visit to Athens to revisit Georgian football, Jayden Wayne announced his top six teams and, unsurprisingly, the Dawgs made the cut.

It wasn’t long before Wayne announced his top schools, and with them coming so soon after the visit, Georgia fans should feel confident.

Georgia rolled out the red carpet and reports indicated Wayne was having a great time in Athens and that his family were enjoying the trip.

As a West Coast kid, it might be a tough move from Oregon, but it seems like he’ll want to play on the East Coast from the finalist who made his roster.

Georgia Football is one of six finalists for 5-star player Jayden Wayne.

Alongside the Dawgs in Wayne’s top six teams are Oregon, Alabama, LSU, Michigan State and Miami.

The 6-5, 245-pound edge-rusher has a tough decision to make, but among his top six schools, Oregon and Georgia feel they have the advantage.

Wayne has been retweeting a lot of Ducks and Dawgs stuff lately, so I think they’re the top two teams for him. However, Georgia has a lot going for the program right now, and after 15 players were drafted in the 2022 NFL Draft, it’s hard to believe the Dawgs are leading its picks.

However, there’s still a long time between now and December’s Early Signing Day, so anything could happen, but if he chose tomorrow, Georgia would be the team I think.

According to 247Sports Composite Rankings, Wayne is #28 overall, #3 in edge rusher, and #1 in Washington.

He’s a beast, to put it plain and simply. Wayne has that gritty, evil, hard-nosed, old-fashioned way about him that screams perfect fit for Georgia football.

Outside linebackers coach Chidera Uzo-Diribe is working hard to land this guy, and when he does, it will be a tremendous addition to the new coach’s recruiting résumé. Not to mention that it would be incredible to see Wayne working alongside Uzo-Diribe and defensive line coach Tray Scott.

He’s the kind of player these two coaches want because they can add a little weight to his body without sacrificing his physical speed or talent.

Wayne is unique because he played both ways in high school. He played a receiver where he recorded 18 catches for 269 yards and five points. However, he is a much better edge rusher.

This guy will explode if he can just focus on being an edge rusher, and he could be a future first-round draft pick, especially if he picks the Dawgs.

Seeing Georgia in the last six should get the whole fanbase excited because if that coaching staff keeps pushing him, as I think, he’ll sign with the Dawgs in December.

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