A Look At Georgia’s 2019 Recruiting Class After Three Decommitments This Week

A Look At Georgia’s 2019 Recruiting Class After Three Decommitments This Week

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A Look At Georgia’s 2019 Recruiting Class After Three Decommitments This Week


The Georgia football program lost commitments this week from three of the nation’s top prep stars.

5-star wide receiver Jadon Haselwood (Ellenwood, Ga.), who ranks as the nation’s No. 3 overall player, announced he has reopened his recruitment after backing off his commitment from UGA.

Shortly after, 4-star defensive back Jalen Perry (Dacula, Ga.) also decommitted from Georgia.

Then the madness was not over, as 4-star outside linebacker J.D Bertrand (Roswell, Ga.) followed suit and withdrew his commitment as well.

However, the Bulldogs 2019 recruiting class still ranks as the nation’s 3rd overall. The Dawgs were at No. 1 before losing Haselwood, Perry and Bertrand, but Kirby Smart still has a great group of players committed to the G, and more to come.

Let’s take a look at who is committed to Georgia in the 2019 class.

Rankings are courtesy of 247 Sports.

  • 5-star defensive end Nolan Smith (IMG Academy, Bradenton, Florida) – No. 2 overall player
  • 5-star defensive tackle Travon Walker (Upson-Lee, Thomaston, Georgia) – No. 22 overall player
  • 5-star running back John Emery Jr. (Destrehan, Destrehan, Louisiana) – No. 25 overall player
  • 5-star wide receiver Dominick Blaylock (Walton, Marietta, Georgia) – No. 31 overall player
  • 4-star outside linebacker Rian Davis (Wekiva, Apopka, Florida) – 67th overall player
  • 4-star inside linebacker Trezman Marshall (Clinch County, Homerville, Georgia) – 98th overall player
  • 4-star defensive end Bill Norton (Christian Brothers, Memphis, Tennessee) – 127th overall player
  • 4-star offensive tackle Xavier Truss (Bishop Hendricken, Warwick, Rhode Island) – 128th overall player
  • 4-star defensive end Jermaine Johnson (Independence C.C., Independence, Kansas) – 2nd overall JUCO player
  • 4-star tight end Ryland Goede (Kennesaw Mountain, Acworth, Georgia) -174th overall player
  • 4-star Makiya Tongue (University Lab, Baton Rouge, Louisiana) – 211th overall player
  • 4-star offensive tackle Warren McClendon (Brunswick, Brunswick, Georgia) – 220th overall player
  • 4-star dual threat John Rhys Plumlee (Oak Grove, Hattiesburg, Mississippi) – 268th overall player
  • 3-star defensive end Zion Logue (Lebanon, Lebanon, Tennessee) – 400th overall player
  • 3-star defensive tackle Tymon Mitchell (Franklin Road Academy, Nashville, Tennessee) – 409th overall player
  • 3-star defensive tackle Tramel Walthour (Hutchinson C.C, Hutchinson, Kansas) – 34th overall JUCO player

The Bulldogs may have lost some star power both literally and figuratively this week, but they still have a lot of talent in their 2019 class. As Kirby Smart proved with the 2018 class, it’s all about finishing strong.

Fans in Athens can take a deep breath and relax for the moment, with Smart leading Georgia to a 5-0 record and the No. 2 rank in the country and another stellar upcoming recruiting class.

Decommitments happen, folks, even at powerhouses.

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