Five-star top ranked offensive tackle Cade Mays announced his commitment to Georgia and plans to officially sign his letter of intent as part of the early signing period on Wednesday.
Mays, a Knoxville native and son of a former Volunteer standout, announced his decommitment from Tennessee via Twitter in November and has since openly favored the Bulldogs and Clemson as his most likely college choices.
In October, Mays, who committed to the Vols two years ago, announced that he reopened his recruitment and mentioned last week that he was planning to take official visits to Ohio State, Clemson, Tennessee, Notre Dame and Georgia, before making an official announcement on Dec. 20.
Mays ranks as the top-ranked player from the state of Tennessee, No. 2 offensive lineman and No. 15 overall prospect, according to the 247Sports Composite.
Mays initially committed to Tennessee back in July of 2015 and was by far Tennessee’s highest rated commitment of the 2018 recruiting class.
Georgia currently ranks No. 2 overall in the 247Sports Team Composite rankings, which is first among SEC teams.