Dawgs Lose 5-star and Maybe a 4-star


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Five-star safety recruit DJ Pickett has dropped Georgia football from his top schools. Pickett recently announced his commitment date for July 17 and included the Georgia Bulldogs in his top four schools. However, he trimmed the Bulldogs from his top schools list in a recent post on social media.

Pickett, who visited Georgia in June, is a talented recruit in the class of 2025. The five-star safety prospect plays football for Zephyrhills High School, which is located near Tampa, Florida.

Bulldogs may be on the verge of losing a longtime commit in the class of 2025. “On3”s Chad Simmons logged a projection for four-star linebacker Jadon Perlotte to flip to the Tennessee Volunteers after being committed to the Bulldogs since December 2022.

Perlotte is listed at 6 feet, 3 inches and 210 pounds. He plays at Buford High School in Buford, Georgia. He recorded 55 tackles and 8 tackles-for-loss a season ago and is rated the 15th-best linebacker in the nation and 13th-best player in the Georgia.

Perlotte made an official visit to Tennessee on June 14, one of four visits he took that month. Perlotte also visited Alabama, Miami and Georgia (June 21). Should he join the Volunteers, he would be their highest-ranked defensive recruit in the 2025 class. He is one of two linebackers committed to the Dawgs at this moment; the other is five-star Zayden Walker.

This is not the first time Perlotte has been projected to flip his commitment. It was predicted last year that Florida State would land him before he removed the Seminoles from his recruiting process.

360News – Dawgs   This story compliments of https://ugawire.usatoday.com/sports/football

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