News broke on Wednesday that UGA picked up a secret commitment on the offensive line on Tuesday.
Tremayne Anchrum, Sr. told DawgNation.com that his son, Tremayne Anchrum, a 3-star offensive line prospect from McEachern High School, will no longer take an official visit to UGA this weekend for the South Carolina game because of the news of an offensive lineman committing.
“Somebody committed (Tuesday) morning,” Anchrum, Sr. told the AJC. “They still wanted us to come down for a visit, but the numbers didn’t work.”
So, who could be the mystery man that Anchrum Sr. is talking about? DawgNation.com is setting odds on who could have committed.
Willie Allen, 4-star OL from John Curtis (La.): 2-to-1
As it stands now, Allen only has one official visit scheduled — and that’s to UGA. He spoke with DawgNation a couple of weeks ago and told us what he likes about UGA.
“Coach (Mark) Richt is a Godly guy and that’s what I like about him. He’s family first and I know for a fact I can count on him. Also (UGA offensive line coach) Rob Sale is a good guy. We have a good genuine relationship. That’s what I will really make my decision on. It will be what kind of relationships I have with people and knowing that I can count on them.”
It should be noted that Allen recently stopped doing interviews with the media. What better way to choose to do a silent commitment by not having to do any interviews? Unless there’s a leak by someone close to Allen, no one is going to find out the news.
Allen will publicly announce his commitment on National Signing Day.
Demetri Moore, 3-star OL from Mississippi Delta Community College: 10-to-1
DawgNation had a chance to speak with Moore recently, and he told us that UGA was his leader with Auburn trailing.
“Auburn is in the mix, but right now, Georgia is leading the pack for me,” Moore told the AJC. “For me, I was kind of disappointed because I wanted the Auburn offer from day one. With Georgia, they have been talking with me nonstop since they have shown interest in me. I think Auburn just offered me because I had the offer from Georgia.”
Although Moore said UGA leads, he has never been to Athens. It’s hard to say someone would silently commit without ever stepping foot on the campus.
We have seen crazier things in recruiting, but I think Moore’s decision will come after he takes official visits to both schools.
He will be an early enrollee at whichever school he commits to.
E.J. Price, 4-star OL from Archer High School: 20-to-1
Price de-committed from UGA in June, but could he have had a change of heart and re-pledged to the Bulldogs?
He recently told DawgNation where things stand with him and the Bulldogs, and it was good news.
It doesn’t seem likely that Price would do that before taking his official visits and seeing what options he has; however, there was some news concerning the Archer lineman on Wednesday.
He will visit UGA this weekend for the South Carolina game. What better way to celebrate your silent commitment than by celebrating alongside your future teammates?
Price will publicly announce his commitment at the Army All-American game in January.
Garett Bolles, 4-star OL from Snow College (Utah): 35-to-1
Garett Bolles is the nation’s top junior college prospect, and he gave UGA some good news back in August. He will officially visit the school.
Bolles has kept quiet with his recruitment, so it is possible he decided to go with a silent commitment as well. But right now, it’s unknown how much contact he has had with UGA since placing them in his top seven.
Landon Dickerson, 4-star OL from Hickory, N.C.: 50-to-1
Landon Dickerson will officially visit UGA this weekend, so it’s possible he gave the coaches a heads up about his commitment before his trip for the South Carolina game.
Though he is considering UGA, it seems like Virginia Tech, Auburn and Tennessee have the edge over the Bulldogs.
It would be a total shock if UGA made up serious ground a couple of weeks after he spoke with DawgNation about where he stands in his recruitment.
Terrance Davis, 4-star OL from DeMatha Catholic (Md.): 100-to-1
Davis told DawgNation that he will take an official visit to UGA in December. But just a couple of days ago, he told Steve Lorenz of 247Sports.com that Michigan was his leader.
I highly doubt he silently committed to UGA just days after naming the Wolverines his favorite school.
Who do you think silently committed? Let us know in the comments below.