UGA football offers big OT Aidan Lynch

The Georgia Bulldogs have offered a scholarship offer to unranked offensive tackle recruit Aidan Lynch.

Lynch, a member of the class of 2024, plays high school football for Mount Olive High School in Flanders, New Jersey. Flanders is located approximately an hour west of New York City.

The 6-foot-7, 283-pound offensive tackle is a good student with excellent size and strength. Georgia football was the first Power Five school to offer Aidan Lynch. However, Pittsburgh and West Virginia quickly followed suit after Georgia offered Lynch. The Mount Olive star also has offers from Princeton and Army.

Georgia defensive backs coach Fran Brown specializes in recruiting New Jersey and other parts of the Northeast. Brown offered Aidan Lynch.

Kirby Smart and Georgia are the top Dawgs in the class of 2024 thus far. Georgia has commitments from 10 recruits in the junior class and the top-ranked recruiting class in the nation. However, Georgia is still looking to add its first commitment along the offensive front.

Aidan Lynch announced his scholarship offer from the University of Georgia via Twitter:


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Story originally appeared on UGA Wire