Continuing in coverage of national signing day, Josh Harvey-Clemons committed to the University of Georgia earlier in the day today. The 5-star recruit was projecting to be the centerpiece for Georgia's defense.
According to multiple sources with ESPN, Harvey-Clemons and his family have left his high school and sources are now saying that if he doesn't commit to Georgia that he would commit to the University of Florida.
His grandfather is rumored to have not signed off on the LOI, and it seems that his grandfather's blessing is all we are waiting on.
This situation harks back to the situation last year in the case of OT Cyrus Kouandjio, who had initially committed to Auburn but at the last possible minute did not submit his LOI to the Tigers, and turned around and switched his commitment and eventual signing to the eventual national champion Alabama Crimson Tide.
It would be a huge blow for the Bulldogs if Harvey-Clemons doesn't commit to Georgia, and it would add to the drama that has already been unfolding on national signing day thus far.
According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution's college recruiting blog, the family was expecting him to sign with either Florida or Florida State and when he decided to verbally commit with Georgia on ESPN, it surprised a lot of members of his family.
Florida schools would not be expected to claim the No.1 recruit in Georgia, so it will be interesting to see where Harvey-Clemons and his oratorical grandfather end up deciding to go.