The state of Georgia is a hotbed of talent, and once again, fans have to like what Smart has done with his team's 2021 recruiting class.
Micah Morris Commits to University of Georgia
I would like to thank all of the schools who have recruited me up to this point, it has all been a true blessing, with that said, will be commiting to... pic.twitter.com/1t73QV3Rin
— Micah Morris® (@MicahMorris56cc) April 8, 2020
Despite the Bulldogs having the leg up in the recruiting race, Micah Morris fielded offers from programs across the country.
Alabama, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Georgia Tech, LSU, Miami, Minnesota, Mississippi State, NC State, North Carolina, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, and West Virginia reached out and offered the 330-pound offensive lineman a scholarship.
Thankfully for Smart and his coaching staff, this pairing was meant to be.
— Micah Morris® (@MicahMorris56cc) December 16, 2020
Morris committed to UGA in April 2020 and made his commitment official on National Signing Day.
He'll join fellow stud Amarius Mims in the Dawgs' 2021 class. Both have the potential to become All-Americans quickly.
— DawgNation (@DawgNation) December 16, 2020
Georgia football recruiting has gotten better and better over the last few seasons. It's always hard to compete in the SEC, but on paper, this team has a good of a shot as any other in the conference heading into next season.
Micah Morris Highlights
Micah Morris has been widely known in scouting circles for years and first gained attention as a sophomore playing high school football.
The 6-foot-6, 330-pound product certainly beefs up any offensive line, and he looks like a man amongst boys in all of his highlights.
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— Rivals (@Rivals) December 25, 2020
Micah Morris has dreams of reaching the NFL, and those dreams may soon become a reality. It's easy to get lost in the hype, but it truly looks like the offensive tackle has what it takes to shine in the national spotlight.
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