5-star Ohio State WR commit visiting Georgia football
Five-star Ohio State commitment Jeremiah Smith is visiting the Georgia Bulldogs on May 19. Smith is the top-ranked wide receiver in the class of 2024.
The five-star prospect committed to the Buckeyes in December. Jeremiah Smith plays high school football Chaminade-Madonna Prep in Hollywood, Florida. Smith and Chaminade-Madonna Prep won a state championship in football last season.
Jeremiah Smith is the second-ranked recruit in the class of 2024 behind five-star quarterback Dylan Raiola. Smith is Florida’s top-ranked recruit.
The Chaminade-Madonna standout is taking an official visit to Georgia. Jeremiah Smith also took a visit to Florida this spring. Smith has a strong connection with Ohio State wide receivers coach Brian Hartline. He visited the Buckeyes in April.
Brian Hartline has been the best wide receiver recruiter in recent seasons. He has consistently added elite talent every recruiting cycle. The 2024 recruiting cycle looks to be no different. The Buckeyes currently hold commitments from two five-star wide receiver recruits.
Smith made a fantastic contested catch during the 2022 high school football season:
Cut Different 🥷🏿💯 pic.twitter.com/tToWx888AY
— Jeremiah Smith ✞ (@Jermiah_Smith1) August 19, 2022
The 6-foot-3, 200-pound wide receiver also runs track at a high level. Jeremiah Smith has excellent speed and body control.
Ohio State currently has the nation’s No. 2 recruiting class. Georgia has the No. 3 recruiting class. The Bulldogs have 11 commitments including verabl pledges from wide receivers Ny Carr and Nitro Tuggle.
247Sports reported on Jeremiah Smith’s visit to Athens, Georgia, as the Bulldogs try to flip the five-star Ohio State commit.
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