Georgia included among top schools for nation’s No. 3 LB

2025 linebacker Tavion Wallace included Georgia among his top 12 schools on Thursday, per a report from On3’s Fawcett.

Wallace (6 feet, 1 inch, 210 pounds) plays for Wayne County High School in Jesup, Georgia. He is the No. 3 linebacker in the country, the No. 26 overall recruit and the No. 8 player in the state, per 247Sports.

The four-star recruit is coming off a solid year for Wayne County, totaling 75 tackles and 8.5 tackles for loss as a junior.

Wallace is also considering Arkansas, LSU, South Carolina, Missouri, Florida, Auburn, LSU, Kentucky, Tennessee, Louisville and Michigan.

Wallace has upcoming visits with Arkansas (May 31), Georgia (June 7), Florida State (June 14) and South Carolina (June 21).

It’s no surprise UGA is once again in play for one of the top linebackers. The Bulldogs reputation for recruiting and developing players at the position is the best in country, especially recently, with six linebackers taken on the first two days of the NFL draft the last three years.

Story originally appeared on UGA Wire