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Winter weather: What is the coldest temperature ever recorded in each state?

You don’t need someone to ask, “Cold enough for you?,” or hear “Bundle up!” when you head out.

The nation is in the grip of an extended spell of cold weather that has seen temperatures plummet to as low as 33 below zero (in Whitehead, N.H. on Tuesday morning.)

As the cold weather has taken hold across the country, records have been set and broken. Even states in the usually moderate South have seen lows in the 20s and teens.

The list below shows the coldest temperature ever logged in all 50 states since such records have been kept, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

Only one state, Hawaii, has escaped a record low below zero. The coldest recorded low was in Alaska where on Jan. 23, 1971 in Prospect Creek, the temperature was recorded at -80 degrees.

  1. Alabama: −27 °F, Jan. 30, 1966, New Market
  2. Alaska: −80 °F, Jan. 23, 1971, Prospect Creek
  3. Arizona: −40 °F, Jan. 7, 1971, McNary
  4. Arkansas: −29 °F, Feb. 13, 1905, Gravette
  5. California: −45 °F, Jan. 20, 1937, Boca
  6. Colorado: −61 °F, Feb. 1, 1985, Maybell
  7. Connecticut: −37 °F, Feb. 16, 1943, Norfolk
  8. Delaware: −17 °F, Jan. 17, 1893, Millsboro
  9. District of Columbia: −15 °F, Feb. 11, 1899, Washington
  10. Florida: −2 °F, Feb. 13, 1899, Tallahassee
  11. Georgia: −17 °F, Jan. 27, 1940, Chatsworth
  12. Hawaii: 15 °F, Jan. 5, 1975, Mauna Kea Observatories
  13. Idaho: −60 °F, Jan. 18, 1943, Island Park
  14. Illinois: −36 °F, Jan. 5, 1999, Congerville
  15. Indiana: −36 °F, Jan. 19, 1994, New Whiteland
  16. Iowa: −47 °F, Feb. 3, 1996, Elkader
  17. Kansas: −40 °F, Feb. 13, 1905, Lebanon
  18. Kentucky: −37 °F, Jan. 19, 1994, Shelbyville
  19. Louisiana: −16 °F, Feb. 13, 1899, Minden
  20. Maine: −50 °F, Jan. 16, 2009, Clayton Lake
  21. Maryland: −40 °F, Jan. 13, 1912, Oakland
  22. Massachusetts: −40 °F, Jan. 22, 1984, Chester 
  23. Michigan: −51 °F, Feb. 9, 1934, Vanderbilt
  24. Minnesota: −60 °F, Feb. 2, 1996, Tower
  25. Mississippi: −19 °F, Jan. 30, 1966, Corinth
  26. Missouri: −40 °F, Feb. 13, 1905, Warsaw
  27. Montana: −70 °F, Jan. 20, 1954, Lincoln (Rogers Pass)
  28. Nebraska: −47 °F, Dec. 22, 1989, Oshkosh
  29. Nevada: −50 °F, Jan. 8, 1937, San Jacinto
  30. New Hampshire: −47 °F, Jan. 22, 1885, Randolph
  31. New Jersey: −34 °F, Jan. 5, 1904, River Vale
  32. New Mexico: −50 °F, Feb. 1, 1951, Gavilan
  33. New York: −52 °F, Feb. 18, 1979, Old Forge
  34. North Carolina, −34 °F, Jan. 21, 1985, Burnsville
  35. North Dakota, −60 °F, Feb. 15, 1936, Parshall
  36. Ohio, −39 °F, Feb. 10, 1899, Milligan
  37. Oklahoma, −31 °F, Feb. 10, 2011, Nowata
  38. Oregon, −54 °F, Feb. 10, 1933, Seneca
  39. Pennsylvania, −42 °F, Jan. 5, 1904, Smethport
  40. Rhode Island, −28 °F, Jan. 17, 1942, Richmond
  41. South Carolina, −22 °F, Jan. 21, 1985, Landrum 
  42. South Dakota, −58 °F, Feb. 17, 1936, McIntosh
  43. Tennessee, −32 °F, Dec. 30, 1917, Mountain City
  44. Texas, −23 °F, Feb. 8, 1933, Seminole
  45. Utah, −50 °F, Jan. 5, 1913, Strawberry Tunnel
  46. Vermont, −50 °F, Dec. 30, 1933, Bloomfield
  47. Virginia, −30 °F, Jan. 22, 1985, Pembroke
  48. Washington, −48 °F, Dec. 30, 1968, Mazama
  49. West Virginia, −37 °F, Dec. 30, 1917, Lewisburg
  50. Wisconsin, −55 °F, Feb. 4, 1996, Couderay
  51. Wyoming, −63 °F, Feb. 9, 1933, Moran

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  • BOSTON (AP) - A surprising roster shakeup didn't disrupt the power surge that has the Boston Red Sox back in first place. Hours after Boston designated Hanley Ramirez for assignment, Mookie Betts and three teammates homered as the Red Sox beat the Atlanta Braves 6-2 on Friday night. 'Offensively, don't get me wrong - we've done an outstanding job - but we feel that we're going to be better,' manager Alex Cora said. Betts hit his major-league leading 17th home run and J.D. Martinez slugged his 16th for the Red Sox, who had just seven hits in the game. Mitch Moreland, the newly anointed regular first baseman with Ramirez now gone, hit his seventh homer of the year, and Xander Bogaerts also went deep. 'I don't think we had a ton of hits, but the ones we did have counted,' Moreland said. 'It's nice to be able to never feel like you're out of the game. One swing of the bat can get you right back in it. It's a lot easier to put up crooked numbers that way.' Boston got its fifth win in six games and welcomed back All-Star second baseman Dustin Pedroia, who was activated from the DL earlier Friday but did not play. The Red Sox needed a roster spot for Pedroia, expected to make his season debut Saturday, and made the stunning and likely costly move to option Ramirez, the struggling slugger they signed to an $88 million, four-year deal before the 2015 season. One of the reasons the Red Sox cited for the move was wanting to get Moreland more time at first, where he's an improvement defensively, as well as at the plate, where he delighted Boston fans with a solo homer to center in the eighth. 'It felt good to add another run and join all the other guys that hit homers today,' Moreland said. Eduardo Rodriguez struggled early but managed to hold Atlanta to just a pair of runs on six hits with three walks in 5 2/3 innings. Rodriguez (5-1) struck out seven despite his early control issues and walked three. Nick Markakis hit a two-run double for the Braves, who have lost three of four. Julio Teheran (4-2) pitched six innings, allowing three runs on four hits, walking three and striking out four. 'I've seen him a lot sharper obviously, but he kept us in the game and kind of battled his way through it,' Atlanta manager Brian Snitker said. 'We kept the game manageable, just had a hard time putting anything together.' Martinez pulled Boston within 2-1 with a leadoff homer in fourth on a line drive that clipped the top of the Green Monster. Bogaerts tied it two batters later on a solo shot that left the ballpark entirely. Boston took its first lead in the fifth when Jackie Bradley Jr. tripled to center with one out and scored on Andrew Benintendi's sacrifice fly. 'There are certain guys that struggled in the first part of the season but they're working at it. They're getting better. You can see the progress with Jackie,' Cora said. 'Obviously with Dustin coming in, it's going to help.' Rodriguez appeared headed for a short night when he allowed two or more baserunners in each of the first three innings. Atlanta scored twice in the third when Ronald Acuna Jr. and Freddie Freeman started the inning with back-to-back singles and Markakis drove in both with a double to left. Atlanta didn't get another hit until Dansby Swanson's one-out double to left in the ninth. 'We're going to go through really good stretches, and through some tough ones like the last couple of games that we haven't been able to win,' said center fielder Ender Inciarte, who went 0 for 4. 'But we keep grinding at it and hopefully it's going to go our way the rest of the series.' FOND FAREWELL Ramirez, 34, was hitting .254 with six homers and 29 RBIs in 44 games this season while splitting his time between first base and designated hitter. He hit .163 with three homers and 12 RBIs in May after starting the season with a .330 average, three homers and 17 RBIs. He bid farewell to Boston in a Tweet. 'Thank you #RedSoxNation. It's been real. Love you always.' POWERFUL RELIEF Atlanta had just as many hits as Boston, but six of the seven came in the first three innings as Rodriguez struggled. Rodriguez was pulled after his 101st pitch. Heath Hembree finished off the Braves in the sixth, the Joe Kelly, Matt Barnes and Craig Kimbrel delivered one scoreless inning apiece. 'I've been pleased the whole season,' Cora said of his bullpen. 'If you look at them as a whole, they're great.' TRAINER'S ROOM Braves: Placed LHP Luiz Gohara on the bereavement list, allowing him to return to Brazil to spend time with his mother as she recovers from heart surgery. ... Atlanta recalled RHP Matt Wisler from Triple-A Gwinnett and he pitched the final 1 1-3 inning, allowing Betts' and Moreland's homers. Red Sox: Activated second baseman Pedroia (offseason knee surgery), but did not start him. Dave Dombrowski, president of baseball operations, said the Red Sox are going to let the four-time All-Star and 2008 AL MVP ease back into the lineup, likely starting Saturday. 'He feels good. He's not having any pain so we think that he'll be fine to go out there but we are going to be careful in that regard,' Dombrowski said. UP NEXT Braves: A rookie who grew up in Massachusetts, Sean Newcomb (5-1, 1.29 ERA) is 4-0 with a 0.36 ERA in four starts this month and is making his first appearance against the Red Sox. The Middleboro High School alum had a stretch of 21 consecutive scoreless innings before the Miami Marlins scored one on him in the second last Saturday in Atlanta's 8-1 win. Red Sox: LHP Drew Pomeranz (1-2, 5.97) lasted only four innings against Baltimore on May 18, allowing five runs - four earned - on seven hits while striking out a season-low two. ___ More AP baseball: https://apnews.com/tag/MLBbaseball
  • BOSTON (AP) - Mookie Betts hit his major-league leading 17th home run, J.D. Martinez slugged his 16th homer and the Boston Red Sox beat the Atlanta Braves 6-2 on Friday night hours after a surprising roster shakeup. Boston got its fifth win in six games shortly after announcing it had designated Hanley Ramirez for assignment. The move freed up a roster spot for Dustin Pedroia to be activated from the DL, and also created the chance for regular playing time at first base for Mitch Moreland, who had a solo homer in the eighth. The Red Sox fared fine without Ramirez, the struggling slugger they signed to an $88 million, four-year deal before the 2015 season. Xander Bogaerts also had a solo homer as Boston converted big time on its seven hits. Eduardo Rodriguez struggled early but managed to hold Atlanta to just a pair of runs on six hits with three walks in 5 2/3 innings. Rodriguez (5-1) struck out seven despite his early control issues and walked three. Nick Markakis hit a two-run double for the Braves, who have lost three of four. Julio Teheran (4-2) pitched six innings, allowing three runs on four hits, walking three and striking out four. Martinez pulled Boston within 2-1 with a leadoff homer in fourth on a line drive that clipped the top of the Green Monster. Bogaerts tied it two batters later on a solo shot that left the ballpark entirely. Boston took its first lead in the fifth when Jackie Bradley Jr. tripled to center with one out and scored on Andrew Benintendi's sacrifice fly. Rodriguez appeared headed for a short night when he allowed two or more baserunners in each of the first three innings. Atlanta scored twice in the third when Ronald Acuna Jr. and Freddie Freeman started the inning with back-to-back singles and Markakis drove in both with a double to left. Betts' and Moreland's homers came off of reliever Matt Wisler. TRAINER'S ROOM Braves: Placed LHP Luiz Gohara on the bereavement list, allowing him to return to Brazil to spend time with his mother as she recovers from heart surgery. ... Atlanta recalled RHP Matt Wisler from Triple-A Gwinnett. Red Sox: Activated second baseman Pedroia (offseason knee surgery), but did not start him. Dave Dombrowski, president of baseball operations, said the Red Sox are going to let the four-time All-Star and 2008 AL MVP ease back into the lineup, likely starting Saturday. 'He feels good. He's not having any pain so we think that he'll be fine to go out there but we are going to be careful in that regard,' Dombrowski said. UP NEXT Braves: A rookie who grew up in Massachusetts, Sean Newcomb (5-1, 1.29 ERA) is 4-0 with a 0.36 ERA in four starts this month and is making his first appearance against the Red Sox. The Middleboro High School alum had a stretch of 21 consecutive scoreless innings before the Miami Marlins scored one on him in the second last Saturday in Atlanta's 8-1 win. Red Sox: LHP Drew Pomeranz (1-2, 5.97) lasted only four innings against Baltimore on May 18, allowing five runs - four earned - on seven hits while striking out a season-low two. ___ More AP baseball: https://apnews.com/tag/MLBbaseball
  • It was close, but Georgia got the runs it needed early on Friday and held on to defeat Tennessee in Game 1 of the NCAA Super Regional at Jack Turner Stadium in Athens. An early outburst from the Bulldogs offense in the first three innings spotted an early 4-0 lead, but the Volunteers would make a comeback, scoring 2 runs in the 6th inning before putting up just 1 run in the 7th inning. The win gives Georgia a 1-0 lead in the NCAA Super Regional. Three who mattered Alysen Febrey – The sophomore had 2 RBI for the Bulldogs, including a solo home run in the 3rd inning that put the lead at 4 runs. Alyssa Dicarlo – The shortstop hit one over the fences right before Febrey in the 3rd inning. Mary Wilson Avant – Coming on in relief, Avant closed out the game for the Bulldogs, giving up just 1 run in an inning of work. What’s next The Bulldogs and Volunteers will meet again on Saturday at 3 p.m. ET in Game 2 of the NCAA Super Regional. The game will be broadcast live on ESPN. The post Georgia holds on to defeat Tennessee 4-3 in Game 1 of NCAA Super Regional appeared first on DawgNation.
  • ATHENS — A Georgia football player was arrested earlier this week for felony eavesdropping/surveillance due to an incident alleged to have occurred last fall. Bishop Detravion “Tray” Bishop, a redshirt freshman defensive back from Dawson, was booked into Athens-Clarke County Jail at 12:25 p.m. on Wednesday and released less than an hour later on $5,700 bond. The arrest came after UGA Police began investigating an individual’s complaint made on April 28 for an incident alleged to have occurred on Nov. 5, 2017. That was the Sunday after Georgia played South Carolina. “The complainant wished to report that there was a student going around showing people a sex tape of her … without her consent,” the police report said. “… A subsequent investigation into this incident led us into determining that the crime of unlawful eavesdropping occurred on 110517. The investigation showed that Detravion Bishop had recorded [victim’s name] inside his dorm room without her permission and without her knowledge.” A warrant was signed by Athens-Clarke County Magistrate Judge Patricia Barron on Tuesday and Bishop was contacted by police at 4:08 that afternoon. He turned himself into jail the next day. Georgia is aware of the situation. “Certainly it’s disappointing when a player or any other young person under our charge is arrested and we don’t condone any illegal or improper behavior,” Georgia coach Kirby Smart said through a UGA spokesman Friday. “That being said, we are investigating the matter and it’s important that we gather all information relevant to the situation before we determine what policies may come into play. Then we can take appropriate action if necessary. “ Bishop did not play for the Bulldogs last season. Primarily a quarterback at Terrell County High School, he was redshirted while making the transition to defensive back. He was competing for playing time at safety during spring drills. Bishop was named a U.S. Army All-American after his senior season at Terrell County High, where he also qualified for the state championship as a sprinter. He was the subject of a Next Generation profile last May. Bishop (6-foot-3, 210-pounds) is competing for playing time at safety. He had three tackles for the Red team in the G-Day Game last month. The post Breaking News: Georgia football player arrested on felony charge appeared first on DawgNation.
  • This is the weekend to not think so hard about those 5-star recruits. Please pour some of your mental energy and boundless appreciation toward our 50-star recruits instead. Those prospects signed a binding letter of intent to serve the United States of America. There were no reporters around when they did. Every signee also started out with the exact same ranking. I’m sure the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines made a lot of top 4s when those decisions were being weighed. When that commitment was made, there was no problem whatsoever respecting that decision. Take some time out this weekend to honor our military. The Josh Belk storyline will still be there. So will the most recent thoughts from 5-star ILB Nakobe Dean and his family. Yes, it looks as if Georgia will get a much-needed, methodical two-day visit from Derick “Rambo” Hunter early next month, too. Want a speed read on the week? These were the major DawgNation recruiting storylines over the last seven days: Elite 2020 safety Lejond Cavazos continues to tout UGA as his top school Mother of 5-star Nakobe Dean on UGA: ‘Best visit so far’ Georgia doesn’t seem to be in any ‘Trouble’ with elite LB Rian Davis Why the nation’s No. 2 RB Noah Cain still sees a possible future at UGA Report: Clemson transfer Josh Belk plans to visit UGA Nation’s No. 1 RB Trey Sanders still has a lot to say about Georgia Where UGA recruiting ranks in 2019 Georgia has eight commitments for 2019. Trezmen Marshall , a 4-star athlete, was the most recent  pledge back on April 27 . Marshall, the nation’s No. 7 athlete and No. 98 overall prospect, did extend a silent pledge to the program a few weeks prior to the public reveal. UGA sits at No. 6 nationally in the 247Sports composite team recruiting rankings. The Bulldogs actually moved up a slot in those standings after a recent de-commitment affected the ranking of another school. Georgia still is the only team in the nation’s top 14 that has fewer than nine commitments. Georgia has an average rating of 95.78 per commit. That’s the highest average per pledge in the nation. Alabama has 14 pledges and continues to hold the top spot . Texas A&M and its 12 pledges rank No. 2 in the SEC and chart at No. 3 nationally. Jadon Haselwood, a 5-star wide receiver (Cedar Grove H.S./Ellenwood, Ga.), is the highest-rated Georgia commit. He is the No. 5 overall player in the nation, according to the composite. Haselwood is ranked as the nation’s No. 1 receiver prospect for 2019. UGA also has two pledges for 2020. The latest is tackle Broderick Jones .  He committed to the Bulldogs twice earlier this year and revealed that decision to DawgNation last month. The 4-star prospect drips with 5-star potential and rates on 247Sports as the nation’s No. 36 prospect for 2020. Jones slots as the nation’s No. 6 tackle in his class, according to 247Sports. If you’d like to see the big picture on UGA recruiting each week, please join that Sentell guy on Facebook Live. That’s where we stream our Wednesday Night Live recruiting special every week. That program has been going strong for more than two years on Facebook. Did you see Before the Hedges earlier this week? Do you know the drill? Hannah Chalker hosts a weekly UGA recruiting show called Before the Hedges every Monday night on the DawgNation Facebook page . We did our own scavenger hunt this week on the program, looking for the missing pieces and the pieces to watch out for that might check off certain positions of need for the 2019 class. As a courtesy reminder, we will offer our regular Monday Before the Hedges program next week. That will be Memorial Day for all of us and our families, too. How the 2019 UGA recruiting class is being built June 11, 2016: 4-star tackle Luke Griffin (North Murray/Chatsworth, Ga.) commits to UGA Jan. 29, 2017: 5-star DE Nolan Smith (IMG Academy/Bradenton, Fla.) commits to UGA Feb. 18, 2017: 4-star DT Rashad Cheney Jr. (Washington High/Atlanta) commits to UGA March 16, 2017: 5-star WR Jadon Haselwood commits to UGA July 15, 2017: 4-star LB J.D. Bertrand (Blessed Trinity/Roswell, Ga.) commits to UGA Nolan Smith was the first UGA commit for the class of 2019. (Jeff Sentell/DawgNation) July 16, 2017: 5-star WR Dominick Blaylock (Walton/Marietta, Ga.) commits to UGA Oct. 30, 2017: 4-star CB Jalen Perry (Dacula/Dacula, Ga.) commits to UGA Jan. 25, 2018: Rashad Cheney Jr. de-commits from UGA Feb. 7, 2018: 4-star TE Ryland Goede (Kennesaw Mountain/Kennesaw, Ga.) commits to UGA March 18, 2018: 4-star DE Bill Norton (Christian Brothers/Memphis, Tenn.) commits to UGA April 1, 2018: Luke Griffin de-commits from UGA April 27, 2018: 4-star ATH Trezman Marshall commits to UGA Which players are 2019 misses for UGA recruiting? Owen Pappoe chose Auburn on May 1. That was a rare miss of late of a highly sought in-state prospect. The Bulldogs have been reeling in the big fish for Georgia as of late. But no college program goes 100 percent with its top-tier targets. Which 2019 priorities have the Bulldogs have missed on? Pappoe tops the list, but he wasn’t the only one UGA would’ve liked to have seen join its 2019 class. BIG 2019 MISSES  Owen Pappoe, 5-star OLB, Grayson High/Loganville, Ga: Pappoe committed to Auburn. The Bulldogs recruited him to play ILB and that’s a better fit for him than on the edges of an SEC defense. Auburn hopes to see him play a role at the Star or Money position in their defense. That’s probably the best position fit for a 6-foot, 209-pound athlete with rare acceleration and explosiveness. Owen Pappoe chose Auburn over Georgia on May 1. (Jeff Sentell/DawgNation) Chris Hinton, 5-star SDE, Greater Atlanta Christian/Norcross, Ga.: Hinton chose Michigan last August. The 5-star defensive end is the son of former NFL great Chris Hinton. He ranks as the nation’s No. 15 overall prospect in 2019. Hinton and his family stress academics. UGA will continue to recruit him until he signs. But things could get interesting if the Wolverines have another average season. Kyle Hamilton, 3-star S, Marist/Atlanta: Hamilton chose Notre Dame right after G-Day. Don’t let his 3-star rating fool you. The 6-4, 188-pound prospect starred as an all-state performer for a state finalist team last season. We’re told Kirby Smart only needed to see the first two or three plays of his tape to offer. Hamilton spent a lot of time with UGA freshman Justin Fields on his unofficial visit for G-Day. He also values the academic fit, having scored a 30 on his ACT. OTHERS TO CONSIDER: 4-star DL Antonio Alfano (Alabama); 4-star OLB Stephen Herron Jr. (Michigan); 4-star tackle Amari Kight (Alabama) UGA recruiting by position in 2019 5-star DT Travon Walker looks like the most important remaining uncommitted target for UGA in 2019. (Jeff Sentell/DawgNation) Which positions are the major priorities for 2019? The receiver spot was one, but that has been checked off by a pair of 5-star prospects (Blaylock and Haselwood), who rate as the nation’s top two receivers. Here’s a look at the cupboards left to stock in terms of positional priorities for the class: Defensive tackle (2 or 3 more) Tackle (2) Cornerback (1 or 2) Safety (1 or 2) Inside LB (at least 1 more) Quarterback (1) The weekly pinch of UGA recruiting perspective Georgia’s 2019 class is ranked No. 6 nationally and No. 3 in the SEC. The Bulldogs had only one member — two if we count Adam Anderson, who de-committed and eventually re-committed — on the board at this time a year ago. That was eventual 4-star cornerback Chris Smith. Lest we forget, the Bulldogs wound up with the nation’s No. 1 recruiting class for 2018, according to the 247Sports team composite ratings. That class broke a seven-year run for Alabama at the top spot. Georgia will not sign as many prospects as it did in the 2018 class (26) and that should keep it from successfully defending the No. 1 ranking in 2019. Check out the UGA recruiting Question of the Day feature DawgNation answers a Recruiting Question of the Day on Tuesdays and Thursdays. You can ask questions on Facebook Live ,  Twitter  or the  DawgNation Message board forum .  Previous questions can be found on our question of the day archives page . You also can send your queries to jeffsentellajc@gmail.com. We do appreciate the supply of questions we get from our readers. The aim is for our audience members to feel engaged and that they can ask anything they might want to know about UGA recruiting. In case you have missed any, here are the most recent questions: Which non-border states could UGA do better recruiting in the future?  How will class size affect the final 2019 UGA team national ranking?  What will the late spring and early summer recruiting calendar look like for UGA?  Has the hyped in-state recruiting class for the state of Georgia lost a little steam?  Which top uncommitted targets can UGA sign in 2019? What do the stats say about UGA recruiting the elite prospects from Metro Atlanta?  Breaking down an ideal scholarship breakdown at UGA  What will be the instant impact from the No. 1 class on the team this year?  Who are the big targets fans aren’t talking about yet?  How were the UGA commits and targets affected in the latest rankings?  Is it fair to say that UGA has come up short on elite DT prospects? What is the OL recruiting snapshot for 2019?  2019 UGA recruiting offers by the numbers (as published by 247Sports) Reported offers: 259 (+3 since last week) 5-star offers: 31 Florida recruits offered: 59 (+1) In-state recruits offered: 42 Texas recruits offered: 37 Mississippi recruits offered: 13 California recruits offered: 16 Louisiana recruits offered: 13 (+1) Receivers offered: 33 Cornerbacks offered: 28 Tackles offered: 24 (+1) Safeties offered: 21 (+1) Defensive tackles offered: 22 Quarterbacks offered: 18 (+1) Running backs offered: 13 Inside linebackers offered: 3 Athletes offered: 19 2019 UGA recruiting position breakdown Here’s a breakdown of the number of commits by position and how many are projected to be signed: QB: 0/1 RB: 0/1 TE: 1/1 (Goede) WR: 2/2  (Blaylock, Haselwood) OL: 0/2 DE: 1/2 (Norton) DT: 0/3 LB: 0/1 ILB: 2/2 (Bertrand, Marshall) OLB: 1/2 (Smith) CB: 1/2 (Perry) S: 0/2 Totals: 8/21 Geographical UGA recruiting breakdown Here’s a breakdown of the current UGA commits by state: Georgia: 6 (Bertrand, Blaylock, Goede, Haselwood, Marshall, Perry) Florida: 1 (Smith) Tennessee: 1 (Norton) The post Take some time this weekend to focus on America’s 50-star recruits appeared first on DawgNation.