The Georgia Bulldogs added their fourth commitment in three days as Florida native Isaiah Wynn committed to Mark Richt and the Bulldogs Sunday afternoon.
Wynn had long been considered to be a Bulldogs lock and made the commitment official after visitng campus in Athens this weekend for the annual Dawg Night camp. Wynn chose the Bulldogs over the Alabama Crimson Tide, Arizona Wildcats, and Florida Gators.
The 6’2, 275 pound offensive guard is rated as a four-star prospect, according to the 247 Sports composite rankings, and fills a much needed void for offensive lineman in the 2014 recruiting class.
Wynn is the third lineman to commit to the Dawgs for the 2014 class joining Jake Edwards and newly commited Dyshon Sims, who pledged to the Dawgs on Friday night.
Also on Sunday afternoon, Georgia lost a commitment in Krenwick Sanders, who was the first commit to pledge to the Dawgs for the 2014 class.
The 6’2, 175 pound wide receiver commited to Georgia back at the end of November, but decided that he wanted to go in a new direction with his recruitment.
The new team favored in the Sanders sweepstakes seems to be the Florida State Seminoles, who offered Sanders back on Feb. 16 when he camped at the Seminoles Junior Day camp.
Georgia currently has 15 commitments and ranks No. 2 overall according to Scout.com, No. 8 in the Rivals.com rankings, and No. 3 in the 247 Sports rankings.
Georgia looks to sign 21-22 players come signing day in February, which leaves six or seven spots remaining for Coach Richt and his staff to fill out an already impressive class.
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