Tyler Clark committed to UGA back in May, but he isn’t 100-percent committed to the school.
He’s 99 percent.
Clark, a 4-star defensive tackle from Americus Sumter County South, has taken four trips to Auburn and he told Scout that he remains committed to UGA, but his pledge to the Bulldogs is not completely solid.
“I am 99-percent committed to Georgia,” Clark told Scout.com’s Chad Simmons. “I am still a Dawg, but I have a good time at Auburn, and I am probably going back for an official visit.”
The 6-foot-3, 290-pounder is one of two defensive line commits for this year’s class, along with 5-star Julian Rochester.
On the defensive line, UGA is still in the hunt for some superstars: Rashan Gary (nation’s No. 1 prospect) of New Jersey, along with three of Georgia’s best: Derrick Brown of Lanier, Antwuan Jackson of Cedar Grove, and Michail Carter of Jackson.
With potentially all of that talent coming to UGA, will that 1 percent be enough to get Clark to flip to Auburn?
I guess we will have to wait and see with him.