Top Georgia Target Decommits From Auburn

Top Georgia Target Decommits From Auburn

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Top Georgia Target Decommits From Auburn


Four-star athlete Andy Boykin, a key class of 2020 target for the Georgia Bulldogs, announced his decommitment from Auburn today. The Troup County High (LaGrange, GA) defensive end is the nation’s No. 12 junior at his position. He opted to re-open his college recruitment via this Twitter post:

The 6-foot-3, 257-pound standout originally committed to Auburn in November 2017.  He is the 19th overall ranked player in the Peach State. With depth along Georgia’s defensive front line an issue, Boykin’s decision is intriguing for the Dawgs. Georgia has 2020 commitments from four-star defensive tackles Nazir Stackhouse and Jamil Burroughs, but the Bulldogs will need to replenish the defensive front.

Boykin is close to Burroughs (who committed to UGA on August 25) and the pair has made it known that they would like to play together in college. “We need to get Andy to be a Dawg for Georgia,” Burroughs told DawgNation.com last week.

Georgia currently has the nation’s No.8 ranked class for 2020. The Dawgs’ No. 1 rated 2019 class has seven defensive linemen commits, including the nation’s overall No. 1 player, WDE Nolan Smith from Savannah.

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