Ingram-Dawkins of 6 feet and 298 kilograms is included by Top247 as the country’s defensive tool № 5 and overall 86th perspective. The space nut in the middle, which also has a presence for a quick pass, is a commitment № 18 for a head coach Kirby Smart and its staff in the 2021 cycle, adding to a class that ranks 6th nationally according to 247Sports Composite.
“They just recruited me very hard and showed me love ever since they came for my recruitment,” Ingram-Dawkins said. “I am close with coach Smart, coach (Dan) Lanning, coach (tray) Scott and coach (Glen) Schumann. It is very tight. Always a great conversation. “
Georgia offered Ingram-Dawkins back in January and took him to campus in March. Meanwhile, the link and the product on Saturday, Ingram-Dawkins said the bulldogs had separated from the rest of the pack.
“It was just their scheme,” he said. “My style of play fits into their defense. I fit well into their program. Watching them in their first double matches really opened my eyes and how great their defense was and how it will be in the future.
“They are improving every year. It’s great right now and it’s only going to get better. “
247Sports National analyst Charles Power compares Ingram-Dawkins to that of Jerry Tiller who was selected in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft by Notre Dame.
“It has a significantly larger frame with long arms and large arms,” Power wrote in his assessment. “He grew over an inch and added at least 60 kilograms from his sophomore to his junior years. He has proven himself as a good athlete in the settings of combines, especially in the explosion and explosion of short sections. He plays for one of the best high school programs in the state of South Carolina and sees strong competition. Uses its speed and length to create high-speed interference. Represents a mismatch as an interior gap, but also has the length to be edge to edge on the outside. It moves smoothly and can break and complete the game in space. His considerable length helps as a running defender as he makes plays even when he is still engaged by a striker. He will have to continue to add technical nuance to his game and improve his hands at the point of attack. It is designed as a Power Five starter up to become the NFL Draft pick. “
“I’m really aggressive, I have great hands, great speed from the ball,” added Ingram-Dawkins.
He is ready to start working in Athens and is excited to play with this class in 2021.
“A lot of great players who will come in and work hard,” he said. “I have a lot of positive energy. They already have a lot of positive energy, I still carry. I have a hard job, a great teammate, a great person, a great player. “