Georgia commits already naming who they next want to join the 2020 recruiting class

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Georgia landed a commitment from 4-star offensive tackle Tate Ratledge on Monday.

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 Georgia football commits naming who they next want to join the 2020 recruiting class

Within minutes of Tate Ratledge announcing his commitment on Monday morning, several other members of Georgia’s 2020 recruiting class were already plotting who would be next to join the Bulldogs.

DawgNation’s Jeff Sentell caught up with the country’s No. 3 pro-style quarterback this weekend down in Jacksonville, Fla. He did list off five prospects he’d like to see join the Georgia class. One of those prospects was Ratledge. As for some of the other prospects, he mentioned 5-star tight end Arik Gilbert and 5-star cornerback Kelee Ringo.

As for Ratledge wants, he mentioned 4-star offensive tackle Josh Braun out of Live Oak, Fla. Braun is the younger brother of former Georgia Tech and current Texas offensive linemen Parker Braun.

There’s still a long way to go until National Signing Day. But if Monday was any indication of what’s to come, it should be a very fun ride for Georgia football recruiting fans.

More bad news for Florida football

When it rains it pours, and that is exactly what is happening to Florida football right now. After Florida’s top-rated signee — Chris Steele — put his name in the transfer portal last week, the Gators learned another highly rated signee will not be suiting up for them this fall.

Linebacker Diwun Black — a 4-star prospect and the No. 151 overall player in the 2019 recruiting cycle — announced that he will not be attending Florida but rather a community college. He becomes the third member of the 2019 signing class to not make it fall practice, joining Steele and 4-star quarterback Jalon Jones.

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