In Kirby Smart's first two full recruiting cycles at Georgia, he has signed a pair of classes ranked no lower than No. 3 in the nation. His 2018 haul was ranked No. 1 in the country according to the industry-generated 247Sports and key to that success on the trail has been his ability to keep the best players in state.

In 2017, when the Bulldogs finished No. 3 in the 247Sports Composite, they signed five of the state's top 10 players, nine of the top 15, and 11 of the top 20 (technically 12 but D'Antne Demery was released from his letter of intent after an off-field incident the spring.

UGA went right back to work the next cycle with seven of the state's top-10 prospects, including the second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh-ranked players in Georgia. That class didn't fare as well in the top 20, signing eight in that group.

As things stand now, Georgia ranks No. 7 in the nation in the team rankings with a trio of five-star prospects already committed and five more players who rate four-stars or higher.

But how are things stacking up on the home front? For the answer to that question, we take a look at the 247Sports Crystal Ball.