Georgia’s newest commitment has a nickname its fans won’t mind getting used to. Aaron Brule’ tweeted out today that he was ready to become a Bulldog.
He also has his share of nicknames. Aaron “All Out” Brule’ has also been called “Category 5” and “Jackboy” on his highlight tape, too.
Scrubs usually don’t pick up nicknames like those.
The 3-star recruit was an official visitor for Georgia’s systematic dismantling of No. 17 Mississippi State. The ArchBishop Rummel (La.) defender had basically narrowed down his decision to UGA and Mississippi State over the last two months.
It looks like the red-and-black Bulldogs won that one, too.
The rangy and very versatile defender could play safety, outside linebacker, inside linebacker or even cornerback at Georgia.
He impressed the Georgia staff at all of those positions when he camped in Athens back in July.
Brule told DawgNation it was probably one of his best performances at a prospect camp.
He becomes the 15th member of Georgia’s “RareBreed18” signing class for 2018.
The 6-foot-2, 210-pound prospect stars for Archbishop Rummel in Louisiana. The Metairie resident rates as the No. 39 safety in America per the 247Sports composite.
Georgia defensive coordinator Mel Tucker has had his eye on Brule’ for the last two summers. The Louisiana resident finally made it to a UGA camp this year, picked up his offer from UGA on July 15 and placed the Bulldogs in his Top 5 the very next day.
There’s a good reason why Tucker wanted him. It is because he has a very adaptable set of skills in his toolbox.
Covers and runs like a corner. Hands like a reciever. Hits like a linebacker.
— NXTTRAINING (@NXTTraining7) September 24, 2017
The “Category 5” reference is a nod to his jersey number and also his ability to wrap guys up and put them on the ground once they are in his sights.