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No. 2 Ranked Recruit Bryan Bresee Visiting Georgia This Weekend

Georgia's two mascots sitting on the field together before a game.

ATHENS, GA - NOVEMBER 29: Georgia Bulldogs mascots Hairy Dawg (R) and UGA VII pose together for photos before the game against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets at Sanford Stadium on November 29, 2008 in Athens, Georgia. The Yellow Jackets defeated the Bulldogs 45-42. (Photo by Mike Zarrilli/Getty Images)

Five-star defensive end Bryan Bresee was the No. 1 ranked recruit in the class of 2020 until recently. Texas running back Zachary Evans has jumped him for the top spot in 247Sports' composite rankings.

Nevertheless, the Maryland native is one of the most coveted players in the country. He has the offer sheet to prove it.

So far, he has 33 reported offers, per his 247 profile. Back in November, he announced a top six of Alabama, Clemson, Georgia, Michigan, Ohio State and Penn State.

One of those six is getting a visit very soon.

This weekend, Bryan Bresee will be in Athens to visit with the Georgia Bulldogs.

According to DawgNation.com, this is at least his fourth trip in the last 14 months, signaling some pretty serious interest, especially considering Athens isn't right around the corner.

Per the Georgia site's write-up, this is a big visit, in which he's bringing a ton of important family members.

This will not be a casual trip. Bresee told DawgNation that both parents, his sister and her boyfriend will be joining him for the visit.

The 5-star recruit is a clear priority for the Bulldogs. The staff has been up to see him consistently during every contact period, including last month during the stretch run for the 2019 class.

Bresee's recruitment seems to be pretty open among those finalists. Of the 10 recruiting analysts who have cast predictions for where he'll wind up, Clemson, Ohio State, and Penn State have three each, and Maryland, the in-state Big Ten program that wasn't in his top six, has one. That came from Demetric Warren in February 2017, so it is a bit outdated.

[DawgNation.com]