Anthony Evans: Georgia football flips 4-star wide receiver from Oklahoma
Georgia football added more speed to its wide receiver room in the 2023 recruiting cycle, as the Bulldogs were able to flip 4-star wide receiver Anthony Evans from Oklahoma on Friday afternoon.
Evans originally considered Georgia when he first committed back in August. He joins Raymond Cottrell, Tyler Williams and Yazeed Haynes in the Georgia recruiting class as wide receivers. All four players are rated as 4-star recruits, with Williams being the highest of the bunch as the No. 131 overall player.
Georgia has one final home game this season, as the Bulldogs will host Georgia Tech on Saturday. The game is set for a 12 p.m. ET start, with ESPN airing the game.
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