Georgia football has flipped multiple players this recruiting cycle, more than usual, so it seems, and it’s turned this 2022 recruiting class into something extraordinary.
Today is the day we’ve been waiting on for months. Who will the Dawgs finish with, and will they keep their No.1 recruiting title? As the momentum would suggest, the answer will be positive for both questions.
Georgia’s “Bo22Moves” class is turning into something historic after Tuesday evening’s pick-up of Daylen Everette, a five-star flip from Clemson.
As of Wednesday morning before 8 a.m., the Dawgs have flipped eight of their current 27 guys. The crazy thing is a couple of more flips could occur today.
Georgia football isn’t considering any commitment — everyone is on the table if they want them.
On Tuesday, the Dawgs flipped 4-star wide receiver CJ Smith and then Drew Bobo from Auburn on Monday. There have been three flips in the last three days — talk about elite recruiting status.
That puts the count at three flips. Other names that were committed to other schools at one point are:
- Daylen Everette from Clemson
- CJ Smith from Florida
- Drew Bobo from Auburn
- Mykel Willimans from Southern California
- Jaheim Singletary from Ohio State
- Julian Humphrey from Florida
- Aliou Bah from FSU
- Shone Washington from LSU.
Georgia’s 12-0 regular-season record, 8-0 SEC start, and the way they’ve dominated teams all season is one of the many reasons so many have gravitated towards the Dawgs.
That domination along with the fact that Georgia is only losing their defensive coordinator at this point, helps kids know there is some security in Athens.
With a bang, the Dawgs are looking to close out this 2022 recruiting class. There could be a couple of more flips, but the Dawgs are eying a handful of highly-touted recruits ready to don the Red and Black.
Some of the current pledges could flip elsewhere to make room for someone of these names looking to pledge on Early Signing Day, but the next 12 hours should be exciting to watch because anything could happen.