ILB Michael Harris, OLB Richard Jibunor, RB Lyn-J Dixon and DE Caleb Tannor among the Peach State's big movers

Four Georgia prospects added a fourth star and multiple others made big jumps in Scout's latest rankings update.

Tucker (Ga.) inside linebacker Michael Harris was the state's biggest mover. The 6-foot-3, 210-pound Harris earned a four-star prospect and is the nation's No. 9 inside linebacker. Harris is a natural playmaker. He is a punishing defender with great instincts. Harris also has a great frame, which will allow him to add 30 or 40 pounds at the next level. Alabama, Auburn, Georgia and Ohio State are a few schools to watch.

Athens (Ga.) outside linebacker Richard Jibunor, who had a great junior season and has been sensational this spring, earned his fourth star. He has great length, athleticism and versatility. Jibunor also has a great work ethic and loves to compete. His offer list in lengthy and includes Alabama, Auburn, Florida State, Georgia and Tennessee among others.

Butler (Ga.) Taylor County running back Lyn-J Dixon continues to get better and better. The 5-foot-10 1/2, 178-pound Dixon also received his fourth star.  Dixon is an explosive playmaker. He has good speed, elusiveness and is a nightmare in the open field.  OklahomaOklahoma State, Tennessee, LSUGeorgia TechNotre Dame and Michigan are recruiting him hardest.

Lithonia (Ga.) Miller Grove Caleb Tannor's stock is soaring and he earned a fourth star. Tannor, a true edge rusher, can impact the passing game with his hand in the ground or standing up. He is explosive off the ball and shows great agility. Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, LSU and Tennessee are a few of the schools aggressively pursuing Tannor.

Buford (Ga.) running back and Michigan commit Christian Turner made substantial jump in the rankings, moving from No. 72 to 49 at his position. Turner had a strong junior campaign and continues to perform at a high level this spring.  He has good vision, runs with good balance and is very quick. The Buford standout is also very instinctive, shows good anticipation and can make people miss.

Lawrenceville (Ga.) Central Gwinnett signal-caller Jarren Williams impressed this spring. Williams, who decommitted from Kentucky recently, is one of the highest ranked three-star quarterbacks in the country. He completed 65 percent of his passes and threw 26 touchdowns and only two interceptions as a junior.  He has good size and athleticism. Williams also has a strong arm and makes good decisions. Alabama, LSU and Florida offered in the past few weeks.

Marietta (Ga.) defensive end Azeez Ojulari is one of the hottest prospects in the state. Ojulari, who has 20-plus offers, is the No. 32 defensive end in the country.  He is very athletic and disruptive off the edge. Ojulari is very good in pursuit and closes quickly on his opponent. Alabama, Clemson, Georgia, Florida and Mississippi have offered in past few weeks.

Other prospects who moved up are College Park (Ga.) Hapeville Charter defensive tackle Kingsley Enagbare, Snellville (Ga.) Brookwood athlete Kendall Williamson and Waycross (Ga.) Ware County defensive end Ernest Jones IV

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