Bralyn Oliver chose his birthday to commit to Georgia.
The 3-star prospect from South Carolina tweeted out the news of his decision with a sincere message in regard to his family and the support they have lent him so far in his life.
He even referred to his mother as his “first lady” and his “backbone” in the tweet announcing his college choice.
Defensive coordinator Dan Lanning had been recruiting Oliver for quite some time. This decision makes Oliver the first public commitment to the 2021 class in Athens.
It appears that Georgia had been his choice for quite some time prior to today’s news.
“He told me that he wanted to wait and do it on his birthday,” Belton-Honea Path head coach Russell Blackston said.
It appears both Colorado and Georgia offered him on the same day this summer. That’s a clear indication of how long the Bulldogs have been tracking Oliver.
His reputation was already well-known to the former Bulldog staff members who joined former coordinator Mel Tucker out in Colorado.