Georgia recruiting: What else was going on with the Class of 2022?
The recruiting world just didn’t spin around Clarke County on Tuesday. Several other power programs and big UGA rivals had their days back at it, too.
FSU started things off at a 12:01 a.m. event by welcoming the core of their 2022 class back through the doors, including the magnificent Metro Atlanta 5-star commitment Travis Hunter.
What else was of note on Tuesday?
5-star DT Mykel Williams, the No. 1 target for some time now on DawgNation’s “Before the Hedges” program was at Florida on Tuesday for a BBQ and a photoshoot.
DawgNation had been told to expect to see 4-star priority WR target Evan Stewart also show up at Florida on Tuesday, if not later this week.
All-American WR and TE prospects Kojo Antwi and Oscar Delp both made the trip to Tuscaloosa together to check out Alabama for official visits on June 1. Those two are very close friends and will be in Athens on their official visits this weekend with the hopeful remaining core of the Georgia offensive class for the 2022 cycle.
It was a big class for Clemson to extend their offers to a jungle of elite prospects in the 2023 cycle. The Tigers offered 5-stars DE LT Overton, 5-star DT Peter Woods, 5-star CB Tony Mitchell and also Bryant on Tuesday.
Former UGA running back commitment Treyaun Webb was also at Florida on Tuesday. He was the first commitment for the Bulldogs in the class of 2023. He made that pledge back in the 2019 season at the Missouri game, but he went on to de-commit over the last year.