There actually hasn't been a ton of drama surrounding Georgia recruiting as in previous years leading up to National Signing Day. The Dawgs had 23 solid commitments already in the fold, with nine of those prospects already in Athens and practicing with the team. There were only four primary targets left on the board heading into today, with a few transfer portal targets left to decide.
The one who made the most noise as far as UGA is concerned is Daniel Harris. The 4* DB actually committed to UGA on July 1st and stayed that way until he decommitted on Novemner 14th. Since that time it has been back and forth daily between the Dawgs and Penn State. Being cmmitted to Georgia for so long kind of showed where his heart was, but Penn State was likely able to show a more clear path to early playing time.
Georgia has proven on multiple occasions that if you come in and work hard, you can still play early regardless of more experienced players in front of you. Kirby Smart and compnay can also point to the development aspect, as they have guided a multitude of players to the NFL, including many who didn't get much playing time their first year or two in Athens.
Harris joins AJ Harris, Chris Peal, Justyn Rhett, and Joenel Aguero as the secondary prospects to sign with Georgia in this class. He is actually one of the most underrated recruits in my mind, not only on our commit list, but one of the most underrated in the nation. You just can't teach his length and instincts. I see Harris as one of those players who could earn early playing time in a pretty deep position room. The Dawgs are lucky to get him back in the fold.