If there’s a tight end out of high school that Todd Hartley wants, Todd Hartley will go out of his way to have it. Lately it has paid off with Darnell Washington (2020), Brock Bowers (2021) and Pearce Spurlin (2023).
Not to be outdone, Hartley pulled another bunny out of the hat. 2022 West Forsyth Tight-End Oscar Delp engages with the University of Georgia. Delp ranks among the best tight end in the country, it ranks No. 6 in the overall tight end classification in 2022 according to SI All American. It adapts perfectly to the mold of a modern tight end. Tall, but incredibly athletic. He is 6 feet 5 inches, 225 pounds, and moves exceptionally well for his size.
Georgia continues to attract talent to the state, with Delp adding yet another element to the Georgia-Laden Cog which is recruiting class 2022. Georgia’s focus on prospects in the state signals a shift in tactics Recruitment Guidelines for Bulldogs: Choose to forgo long-distance travel for domestic prospects with NCAA transfer rules.
Delp chose the Bulldogs over South Carolina, Michagan and Clemson. This is another major recruiting victory for Kirby Smart and the coaching staff.
Delp is a physical runner, surprisingly fast for a guy his size. He has natural hands and is a great road runner for a tight-end. He also has fantastic knowledge of the terrain which allows him to read defenses and find weak spots in area coverage. Delp will be another fantastic addition to Georgia’s tight room for 2022 and beyond.
- Gunner Stockton, QB
- Oscar Delp, TE
- Dillon Bell, WR
- Cole Speer, WR
- De’Nylon Morrissette, WR
- Griffin Scroggs, OL
- Jacob Hood, OL
- Branson Robinson, RB
- Jordan james, rb
- Tire West, DL
- Milestone Walker, LB
- CJ Washington, LB
- Darris Smith, EDGE
- CJ Madden, EDGE
- Marquis Groves-Killebrew, CB
- JaCorey Thomas, DB
- Malaki Starks, DB
- Brett Thorson, K
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