Georgia football offers 4-star FSU commit

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The Georgia Bulldogs have already recently won a major recruiting battle against Florida State this offseason. The Dawgs convinced former five-star offensive tackle Amarius Mims to stay instead of transferring to FSU or Miami.

Georgia is in the race for Jordan Pride, who is another FSU recruiting target. Pride is ranked as a four-star safety prospect and has already committed to the Seminoles.

Jordan Pride plays high school football for Blountstown High School in Blountstown, Florida. Blountstown is located approximately one hour west of Tallahassee, which is the home of FSU.

Pride is the No. 80 recruit in the class of 2024. The rising junior is the ninth-best safety in his class and No. 24 prospect in Florida. The 6-foot-2, 175-pound safety also plays wide receiver for Blountstown.

Jordan Pride is a track standout. He visited Athens on Jan. 30. The four-star safety has offers from Miami, Maryland, Temple, Mississippi State, and many more.

Georgia tight ends coach Todd Hartley, who is a fantastic recruiter, offered Pride a scholarship on April 18. Pride announced his scholarship offer from UGA via Twitter:

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