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Georgia Bulldogs Recruiting: 2024 commit breakdown

After finishing in the top three each of the past three years, Kirby Smart and his staff are looking to secure the nation’s No. 1 recruiting class for the 2024 cycle. Georgia currently holds commitments from 28 prospects in the 2024 class. Fifteen of those pledges play offense, 12 come from the defense and one punter is committed to the Bulldogs.

That group of commitments rates as the No. 1 overall class in the 2024 On3 Industry Team Recruiting Rankings, thus also No. 1 in the SEC.

Georgia Class Breakdown

Georgia’s class consists of three five-stars, 20 four-stars and five three-star prospects. The five-star recruits committed to the Bulldogs are Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy cornerback Ellis Robinson IV, Buford (Ga.) quarterback Dylan Raiola and Conroe (Texas) Oak Ridge linebacker Justin Williams.

Five additional pledges are ranked in the top 100 of the On3 Industry Ranking: Raymore (Mo.) Raymore-Peculiar four-star tight end Jaden Reddell, Conroe (Texas) Oak Ridge four-star defensive lineman Joseph Jonah-Ajonye, Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei four-star running back Nathaniel Frazier, Salem (Va.) four-star linebacker Chris Cole, South Bend (Ind.) Northwood four-star receiver NiTareon Tuggle and Swainsboro (Ga.) four-star cornerback Demello Jones.

Four-star and five-star prospects are rated as ‘blue-chip’ prospects — Georgia’s class sits first in the nation in blue-chip percentage at 82.14%. The average distance of a Georgia recruit’s hometown to Athens is 487.3 miles and 32% of the class hails from the state of Georgia.

Top Georgia Commit: CB Ellis Robinson IV

Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy Five-Star Plus+ cornerback Ellis Robinson IV headlines the class as the No. 3 overall prospect and No. 1 cornerback in the 2024 cycle. On3 Director of Scouting and Rankings Charles Power writes this about Robinson as a prospect:

“Ball-hawking cornerback with plus length, ball skills and refined movement skills. Has shown the ability to make high-level plays on the ball throughout his high school career. Measured close to 6-foot-0, 175 pounds prior to his senior season. Has plus length for the position with arms that measure a shade under 33 inches. Dominated competition in New York’s Catholic league as a sophomore, bringing in eight interceptions. Made several impressive, acrobatic picks. Moved to IMG Academy as a junior, where he looked like the top defensive back on the Ascenders’ loaded roster. Made strides as a junior relative to his technical skills.

“Pairs his length and ball skills with refined footwork. Understands routes and generally stays in phase. Embraces matchups against top receivers and is willing to get physical at the line of scrimmage. Also tests as a good athlete in the combine setting. While his speed is good, he does not register as elite for the position. Can continue getting stronger and adding good mass once in a college strength program.”

Top Offensive Commit: QB Dylan Raiola

Buford (Ga.) five-star quarterback Dylan Raiola sits atop the offensive side of the ball in this group as the nation’s No. 14 prospect and No. 2 quarterback. Power writes this about Raiola as a prospect:

“Advanced arm talent with the ability to make a wide variety of high-level throws as a high school signal-caller. Was identified as a top arm talent and quarterback in the 2024 cycle early on in his high school career. Physically developed at around 6-foot-3, 220 pounds with a 9.75-inch hand. Has continued to add mass later on in his high school career. Owns a natural, loose throwing motion with arm dexterity to deliver off-platform and from multiple arm slots. Showed a deep catalog of throws as a sophomore. Easily drives the ball to all levels of the field. Showed off one of the cycle’s best deep balls at the Elite 11 Finals. Played both under center and in the shotgun as a junior. Ahead of the curve as a ball-handler and in the quick passing game.

“Shows good footwork and awareness in the pocket. Capable of creative plays in the face of pressure. Completed 64% of his passes for 2,287 yards (8.7 yards per attempt) and 21 touchdowns against 5 interceptions as a junior. Primarily a pass-first quarterback as a junior, not running for many yards and finishing with -92 yards rushing – an anomaly for a top quarterback prospect. Will need to show more mobility and playmaking ability and up his overall play as a senior. Can let his throws hang at times. Transferred to his fourth high school prior to his senior season. The son of 14-year NFL center Dominic Raiola. Also a standout baseball player as a pitcher and catcher early in his high school career.”

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