It’s never too early for recruiting.
UGA picked up its first commit for the 2019 class when Luke Griffin pledged to the Bulldogs on Saturday, according to multiple reporters.
Griffin is a 6-foot-5, 275-pound offensive lineman who just finished his freshman season at North Murray (Ga.) High School. He got the offer from UGA shortly before committing on Saturday.
UGA had a football camp on Saturday after hosting 7-on-7 tournaments the previous two days. Quarterback Trevor Lawrence, the nation’s No. 1 prospect for 2018, was also spotted with the Bulldogs on Saturday. Lawrence is from Cartersville (Ga.) High School, and UGA coach Kirby Smart will go to Cartersville for a satellite camp, presumably to impress Lawrence.
Check back for updates.
BREAKING: 2019 OT Luke Griffin has committed to the University of Georgia! pic.twitter.com/ePTDtpZ3Sq
— Georgia Sports Now (@GASportsNow) June 11, 2016
North Murray High School sophomore offensive lineman Luke Griffin received an offer from and committed to the Georgia Bulldogs today.
— The Daily Citizen (@thedailycitizen) June 11, 2016
— Jake Rowe (@Rowe247) June 11, 2016