Tremayne Anchrum once listed UGA his sole leader, but that has changed.
Anchrum, a 3-star offensive lineman from McEachern High School, told the AJC that UGA, Nebraska and Colorado are all on equal ground now. He specified that UGA didn’t do anything for him to no longer consider them the favorite, but he said he needs to see more from each school on his official visits.
“It’s not that they moved down, but other teams have matched them,” Anchrum said after his team’s win over Buford High School, which snapped its 42-game winning streak. “They all came to common ground, and it’s really going to come down to these visits.”
The 6-foot-3, 268-pounder will officially visit Nebraska on Saturday as it hosts BYU. Anchrum, who is best friends with Bulldogs commit Julian Rochester, will officially visit UGA on Sept. 19 for the South Carolina game.
In the video above, Anchrum explains what UGA’s recruiting pitch has been as of late and what the Bulldogs need to do to regain his No. 1 spot.