4-star LB Quay Walker chooses Georgia over Alabama, Tennessee

08 February, 2018, 00:12 | Author: Brian Mcdaniel
  • UGA Football Tyson Campbell

High school football player Quay Walker was a top prospect for the Tennessee Volunteers until National Signing Day. That is a big need for Georgia in this class and that is why the Bulldogs went after Walker so hard until the final minute. He first picked up the Tennessee hat and put it on, before flinging it across the room and announcing he was headed to Georgia.

Campbell (6'2/180) opted to ink with Georgia over Miami and Alabama. He then took off his shorts and jacket, revealing a polo emblazoned with the Bulldogs' G and shorts that were covered in it. Georgia was also able to flip five-star linebacker Quay Walker from Alabama and four-star linebacker Otis Reese from MI.

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Ohio State now holds the top recruiting class per 247Sports.com followed by Georgia and Texas. Surtain sits one spot above him in the 247Sports Composite cornerback rankings and two spots higher in its Florida state rankings. The Vols are led by former Georgia defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt. The Crimson Tide had seven straight No. 1 classes. Despite there being plenty of time remaining for recruits to sign, Georgia has already locked up the nation's top class.

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