On Monday evening, Georgia football started the signing day festivities a few days early as the Dawgs landed legacy pledge Drew Bobo.
The 3-star offensive lineman flipped from the Auburn Tigers and decided on the Dawgs.
If his name sounds familiar, it’s because his dad is the Mike Bobo, infamous Dawgs’ offensive coordinator and quarterback.
Georgia football has started the best week in recruiting off with a bam.
According to 247Sports, Bobo is a 3-star, 6-5 300-pound offensive tackle who is the No. 56 tackle and No. 27 player ranked in Alabama. His dad moved their family to Auburn, Ala., when he took the offensive coordinator job.
That job showed Bobo another college atmosphere outside of Athens, and it seemed like while his dad was there, it was a good fit, but not anymore with his dad getting let go from his duties.
Bobo moved around with his dad leaving Colorado, and then South Carolina.
Despite ranking as a 3-star, Bobo likely has a lot of football knowledge and will work extremely hard. He will make a great addition to the offensive line room and appreciate being at the school that made him fall in love with the game.
Georgia runs in his blood, and it doesn’t matter his ranking. A Bobo is supposed to wear Red and Black, and now he will.
Some may think this is a sign that his dad could join the Georgia staff again, but you shouldn’t hold your breath about that. The Dawgs are looking to get away from the kind of offense they’ve run since Mark Richt got to Athens.
Georgia football is looking to close out the 2022 recruiting cycle with a bang, and getting a legacy like Bobo is a great start. There may be one or two de-commit, but the replacements will be even better. The Dawgs are going to finish No.1, and this class will impress.