Dominick Blaylock announced Sunday he has committed to the Georgia Bulldogs.
Blaylock, a native of Marietta, Georgia, is the No. 4 wide receiver and the No. 38 player overall in the 2019 recruiting class, per Scout. He's also the second-best wideout in the south region.
Blaylock is the second wide receiver from the 2019 class to commit to Georgia. The Bulldogs also have Jadon Haselwood, who's the best wideout in the country, according to Scout.
Despite entering his second season with the school, head coach Kirby Smart has already made a big impact on the recruiting trail for the Bulldogs. They had the 10th-best recruiting class in 2016 and then climbed to second in 2017, per Scout, behind only the Alabama Crimson Tide.
On its own, Blaylock's addition is a huge get for the Bulldogs. He and Haselwood should form a dynamic aerial duo for Georgia. They should also complement one another well since Blaylock is 5'11" and Haselwood stands 6'2 ½".
Especially if Jacob Eason returns for his senior season in 2019, Georgia could have one of the best passing games in FBS.