Treyaun Webb is just a prospect in the Class of 2023. Gosh. Just a freshman.
But he already knew. The Jacksonville resident shared a commitment tweet on Tuesday morning that proclaimed he was already ready to commit to the G and play for Georgia.
That’s fast. Just a freshman. Georgia is his dream school at that.
Webb also committed to play running back for Dell McGee and Kirby Smart at Georgia, too. That will take this decision up to another notch. The Bulldogs have always garnered their commitments to play that position much later in their development.
McGee’s commitments in the Smart era have gone like this:
- 2017: Toneil Carter (July before the senior year; Later de-committed to sign with Texas)
- 2017: D’Andre Swift (September of the senior year)
- 2018: Zamir White: (June before his senior year)
- 2018: James Cook (October of his senior year)
- 2019: John Emery Jr. (July before the senior year; Later de-committed to sign with LSU)
- 2019: Kenny McIntosh (November of his senior year)
- 2020: Kendall Milton (July before his senior year)
- 2023: Treyaun Webb (November of his freshman year)
— Treyaun Webb (@w_treyaun) November 12, 2019
Webb is the first member of the 2023 recruiting class at Georgia when the 2022 class doesn’t even have a single public pledge yet.
There are only three commitments to the Class of 2021. But Webb saw no need to wait any longer to commit after his latest visit for the Missouri game.
Why Treyaun Webb is already a Georgia Bulldog
The 6-foot, 190-pound prospect plays for a strong Trinity Catholic program in Jacksonville will now be seen as one of the centerpiece recruits and the anchor for the 2023 class in Athens. Ohio State DB Tyreke Johnson played at Trinity. So did his Buckeye teammate Shaun Wade.
5-star senior Fred Davis, the Clemson commit, is a current teammate. The program has won seven state football championships in the Florida High School Atheltic Association.
Why was it already Georgia?
“Georgia felt like home,” he told DawgNation. “I built like a father-son relationship with coach Todd Hartley and coach (Dell) Mcgee and they have been loyal.”
Webb’s HUDL profile page already lists him with a 35-inch vertical leap and a 4.59 time in the 40-yard dash.
He told DawgNation why the “it was already written” line on his tweet made a lot of sense.
“I had an idea I was going to commit,” Webb said. “I just wanted to talk to the coaches and watch a game before I made my final decision.”
He committed to the Bulldogs after the Missouri game.
Webb also places a lot of value on his work in the classroom. He felt the Bulldogs definitely checked the box for him in that area.