JACKSONVILLE, FL – OCTOBER 28: The Georgia Bulldogs mascot ‘Uga’ barks in the end zone during a game against the Florida Gators at Alltel Stadium on October 28, 2006 in Jacksonville, Florida. Florida defeated Georgia 21-14. (Photo by Marc Serota/Getty Images)It’s still early in the 2020 recruiting process, but the Georgia Bulldogs haven’t gotten off to the same fast start as some of their SEC rivals. They’ll have a chance to catapult to the top of recruiting rankings if they can land five-star receiver Rakim Jarrett.This past Monday, Jarrett announced on his Twitter account that he would be taking a visit to Georgia next week. Such a visit would be his second in as many months.The wide receiver from Washington D.C. is already weighing offers from just about every top program in the country. Per 247Sports, he is the No. 17 overall prospect in the country, the No. 2 wide receiver in the country, and the No. 2 prospect from the District of Columbia.Jarrett has previously spoken glowingly about the Georgia campus, so the second visit could very well be the chance to make a lasting impression.UGA next week— Rak (@RakimJarrett) March 13, 2019This could be a big opportunity for Georgia, as Jarrett seems ready to make a choice. Two days ago, he hinted at an upcoming commitment.Commit coming soon..🥳— Rak (@RakimJarrett) March 12, 2019Recruiting experts are not entirely sold on the idea of Jarrett going to Georgia, though. 78-percent of the analysts that have logged 247Sports Crystal Ball Predictions have him going to Ohio State instead.As it stands, Georgia has the No. 12 ranked recruiting class in the Class of 2020, per 247Sports Composite Team Rankings. However, it’s only the sixth-best class in the SEC so far.The Bulldogs currently have commitments from one five-star recruit and four four-star recruits.