The Georgia football recruiting cycle hasn’t seen a lot of news lately, but yesterday the 2024 class took a small hit with a de-commit from a 4-star running back.
De-commits from players are all part of the recruiting game. That doesn’t make it sting any less when it happens to the Georgia football program, and Georgia fans are wincing a little after the recent news.
Four-Star running back Tovani Mizell (DeMatha Catholic, Hyattsville, MD) announced that he is no longer committed to the Georgia 2024 football recruiting class.
Mizell announced his decision via Twitter without a lot of context surrounding his decision.
The 6’1, 193-pound prospect chose Georgia in August of 2022, and had looked like a rock-solid commit until yesterday. His high school coach, Bill McGregor, told 247 Sports that he doesn’t think Mizell will be choosing anytime soon.
The speedy Mizell, who is also an excellent receiver out of the backfield, has offers from practically every major program, so his eventual landing spot could be practically anywhere, including Georgia.
While this leaves Georgia with only one running back committed to the 2024 class, it’s still early and Kirby Smart has shown that overcoming the loss of commits is just part of the job. The running back shelf is well-stocked for the 2023 season.
You can check updates to the Georgia 2024 recruiting class here.