4-star receiver projected to commit to Georgia

Four-star receiver Travis Smith Jr. has been projected by multiple experts to commit to Georgia over the past week. Both 247Sports’ Steve Wiltfong and Benjamin Wolk over the past week have predicted that the Dawgs will land the coveted 6-foot-4, 191-pound pass catcher, who is currently the 11th ranked player at the position in the class of 2025.

Smith is an Atlanta native who caught 843 yards on 53 receptions last season along with 11 touchdowns for Westlake High School in Atlanta, Georgia. He is a dual sport athlete, also playing for the Westlake basketball team. In addition to Georgia, he has made visits to Tennessee, Alabama, and Auburn.

Smith’s primary recruiter on the Georgia staff is receivers coach James Coley, who has quickly reacclimated back into his role as a recruiter for the Dawgs since being hired away from South Carolina to replace Bryan McClendon. The Dawgs’ 2025 class currently has five commitments, with none at the wide receiver position.

Story originally appeared on UGA Wire