Georgia now has the nation’s No. 1 recruiting class for 2024

Last week, Georgia secured a commitment from the nation’s top-ranked prospect in the class of 2024, quarterback Dylan Raiola.

After that commitment, Georgia held the nation’s No. 2 recruiting class, according to 247Sports’s team rankings, trailing only Michigan.

Well, that changed on Monday when the Bulldogs picked up a commitment from 2024 three-star tight end Colton Heinrich. Following Heinrich’s announcement, Georgia jumped into the No. 1 spot, overtaking the Wolverines.

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Heinrich, out of Cardinal Gibbons High School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, ranks as the nation’s No. 629 overall player and as the No. 30 tight end.

On Tuesday, Georgia picked up another commitment: 2024 three-star offensive tackle Marcus Harrison, a 6-foot-8, 336-pound monster out of Hamburg, New York.

As of Tuesday, Georgia has 15 commitments: three five-stars, six four-stars and four three-stars.

Georgia’s top three commits are: 

  1. QB Dylan Raiola (No. 1 overall recruit)

  2. CB Ellis Robinson IV (No. 5 overall recruit)

  3. LB Demarcus Riddick (No. 25 overall recruit)

Georgia’s average player rating among its 15 commits, per 247Sports, is 93.95. Michigan, which has 17 commits, has an average rating of 91.34.

The top five recruiting classes for the 2024 cycle currently read:

  1. Georgia

  2. Michigan

  3. Ohio State

  4. Notre Dame

  5. LSU

Story originally appeared on UGA Wire