University of Georgia fans received exciting news on Thursday, when the 4-star linebacker from Rome, GA, Adam Anderson announced that he was considering UGA as his college commitment. Anderson is also considering Alabama, and according to Dawgnation, this will be Anderson's final decision. He posted on his Twitter account that his announcement is, “coming out soon”, and according to Dawn off the Dawg, he will reveal the big news on Thursday, October 19.

UGA has received promising commitments for the 2018 season, with some of the most recent being: Tramel Walthour, from Hinesville, GA, Aaron Brule, from Metairie, LA, and Justin Fields from Kennesaw, GA.

The Athens team has also received interest from some very promising athletes, with six-foot-eight Daniel Faalele being one. Faalele moved from Australia in 2016 without any knowledge on how to play American football. He quickly caught on, impressing his coaches and drawing attention from college football scouts. UGA is currently on his top-three list.

Even without Faalee’s commitment, the Bulldogs have secured strong talent for the upcoming season. At tackle, they have Owen Condon, who is a three-star prospect from Oklahoma, Warren Ericson, a four-star offensive guard from Georgia, and UGA has its eye on the nation’s number 1 offensive-line recruit, Jamaree Slayer, who is a five-star offensive-guard from Georgia.

The four-star, Florida State commit, Wanya Morris from Loganville, GA, has also expressed interest in the Georgia Bulldogs. However, Morris also has expressed interest in Florida State and Oklahoma. Ranking No. 53 overall prospect for 2019, according to his 247Sports player page, he currently has 19 offers to choose from.

What does this mean for the Georgia Bulldogs?

If Anderson commits to Georgia on Thursday, this could be a huge win for the dawg nation. He would be the final piece of UGA's pass rushing class trifecta, and he would play alongside Georgia natives, Caleb Tanner and Azeez Ojulari. Unfortunately, fans will have to wait a little longer for the much-awaited announcement.

Even without Anderson, UGA is predicted to have a powerful 2018 season.

Georgia's current ranking

According to CBS Sports, the NCAA ranks the Georgia Bulldogs at No. 3, and power-rankings analyst, Dennis Dodd has ranked them at No. 2, which is great news for Georgia. They have a chance at the No. 1 spot if Alabama or Pennsylvania State lose a game in the weeks to come.