Georgia Southern Football announces December signing class, Eagles look to officially add 19 commits

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  • Curtis Rainey is a senior who will be leaving the Eagles after this year as recruitment has been focused on finding his replacement.

Kaitlin Sells

Georgia Southern football’s newest commits have become official as of Wednesday morning as the December signing period began.

Of the December signing class, the Eagles added 19 new recruits to their roster officially. Of those recruits 11 are being added to the defense and eight fall to the offense.

{{tncms-inline account=”Camellia Bowl Champs” html=”<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">WELCOME TO NATIONAL SIGNING DAY 2019!!!We'll have updates on the newest members of Georgia Southern Football all morning.<a href="">#HailSouthern</a><a href="">#GATA</a> <a href=""></a></p>— Camellia Bowl Champs (@GSAthletics_FB) <a href="">December 19, 2018</a></blockquote>” id=”″ type=”twitter”}}

GS focused on heavy recruiting for the offensive line as they’re losing important players like Jeremiah Culbreth and Curtis Rainey and were successful in their recruitment as they are adding five offensive linemen to the offensive roster today. Of those five offensive linemen, GS added players like Aaron Pyron, Griffin Carder, and Javonte McGriff.

Of those 19 commits, 12 players came from Georgia, three from Alabama, and one from both North Carolina and South Carolina.

The Eagles landed other big recruits such as running back Gerald Green, quarterback Jaden Jenkins, and safety Treun Pace.

Georgia Southern Athletics have announced each signee as well as having their bio and player card posted on the roster on their website.

Kaitlin Sells, The George-Anne Sports Editor,