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One of the top offensive lineman of the 2018 class is now back on the recruiting market.

According to Barton Simmons of 247Sports, four-star offensive tackle Max Wray (6-foot-6, 287 pounds, Franklin, Tenn.) has decommitted from Georgia after two recent visits to Alabama and Clemson.

Wray took an unofficial visit to Tuscaloosa on Friday, which was then followed by the decommit. Simmons believes that Alabama is now the favorite to land the big offensive tackle.

Wray, the No. 4 offensive tackle in the country per 247Sports, had been committed to Georgia since March of last year, but it know looks like he is exploring his options more and more as the 2018 recruiting cycle really starts to get into full swing.

As of now, Georgia has two commitments for their 2018 recruiting class. Head coach Kirby Smart has a weird vibe going on with recruiting right now, as the Dawgs already have four commitments for their 2019 class. It’s an odd approach, but Smart did extremely well last year in recruiting, so many we shouldn’t question it.

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