3-star OL RyQueze McElderry flips commitment from Georgia

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Three-star offensive guard recruit RyQueze McElderry has flipped his commitment from Georgia to Alabama. McElderry decommitted from Georgia in early July and almost immediately changed his pledge to the Alabama Crimson Tide.

McElderry is a member of the class of 2023 and plays high school football for Anniston High School in Anniston, Alabama. Nick Saban and Alabama are always some of the best in-state recruiters in the country.

The three-star’s decommitment drops Georgia football down to 12 commitments in the class of 2023. The Bulldogs have secured commitments from a pair of 2023 offensive linemen.

Georgia currently has the No. 7 ranked recruiting class in the country per 247Sports. Alabama has the No. 19 ranked recruiting class. Both teams have plenty of room and time to improve upon their respective rankings.

RyQueze McElderry originally committed to Georgia in December 2021. The three-star offensive line recruit holds scholarship offers from numerous SEC programs, but his recruitment came down to Georgia and Alabama.

The 6-foot-3, 340-pound offensive lineman is very powerful. In his high school tape, the three-star offensive guard frequently locks into opposing defensive linemen and controls them for the rest of the play. The Anniston High School star played a lot of right tackle in his impressive highlights, but he is expected convert to offensive guard at the college level.

McElderry announced his commitment to Alabama on July 4:

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