The spring evaluation period comes to a close this week, meaning college coaches will not be allowed out on the roads again to evaluate prospects until August 1. In order to assess recruits during the summer, schools host on-campus instructional camps, which provide an opportunity for each school to get coveted targets on campus and recruit them. As camp season approaches, DawgNation takes a look at five prospects with whom the Georgia Bulldogs need step up their efforts in order to have a shot at signing for the 2013 class.
Robert Nkemdiche DE
Even though Georgia was the first school to offer Nkemdiche, the No. 1 prospect in the country and widely considered the top prospect to come out of Georgia during the Internet era, the Bulldogs have not been mentioned prominently when speculating on where the five-star defensive end will play at the next level. It is quite possible Georgia is fighting an impossible battle in its attempt to reel in Nkemdiche, but even if he is a lock to Alabama or Ole Miss as is widely perceived, such an elite talent should be deemed worthy of going all-out for. Georgia has not been lacking in effort, but the coaching staff would do well to get Nkemdiche back on campus this summer and continue to strengthen its relationship with the 6-foot-5, 275-pound defensive lineman.