Georgia football offers UNC lean, 4-star DL

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The Georgia Bulldogs have offered a scholarship to class of 2023 defensive line recruit Daevin Hobbs. The 6-foot-4, 260-pound defensive lineman is considered a North Carolina lean per 247Sports.

Can Georgia enter this mix for another top North Carolina defensive line recruit? The Dawgs have already added a commitment from Jamaal Jarrett, who is one of the top recruits in the state.

Daevin Hobbs is ranked as a four-star recruit. He is the No. 138 recruit in the rising senior class and the No. 2 recruit in North Carolina. Hobbs is the No. 20 defensive lineman in the country.

The four-star plays football and basketball for Jay M. Robinson High School in Concord, North Carolina. Concord is located north of Charlotte. Hobbs was the leading scorer on Jay M. Robinson’s state championship-winning basketball team during the 2021-2022 season.

Daevin Hobbs is a very versatile athlete and plays multiple positions for his high school. He has scholarship offers from elite college football programs like Alabama, Tennessee, Michigan, Ole Miss, and South Carolina.

The four-star defensive line recruit announced his scholarship offer from Georgia football via Twitter:

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