Warren Brinson grew up in Savannah, moved to IMG Academy and is now committed to the Georgia Bulldogs.
Sounds familiar, right?
The 2020 4-star defensive tackle chose the aftermath of Saturday’s thorough dismantling of Georgia Tech to mark that time as his time to commit to Georgia.
Brinson camped at UGA earlier this summer and was offered by the Bulldogs.
When he spoke about that offer then, it seemed like an inevitability that he would choose Georgia.
He did on Saturday. Brinson shared that news via his Twitter account.
The class of 2020 prospect earned a UGA offer this summer after his first team camp.
That was his first offer and it came from the home state Bulldogs.
It really does not happen that way.
He committed to his home state school and the team he grew up watching on his first trip back to UGA after he earned that offer.
— WarrenBrinson™️ (@warrenbrinson17) November 24, 2018
He was in town this weekend to watch the Bulldogs improve to 11-1 this year. It was an unofficial visit.
The Savannah native is now the fourth member of the 2020 recruiting class at Georgia. There are now three defensive line prospects in that class.
Brinson does not have a rating at this time from the 247Sports composite.
The 6-foot-4, 280-pounder projects to play in the interior of the defensive line for the Bulldogs.