At least it appears to be according to Scout national recruiting analyst Chad Simmons.
“There is still no date set, but I was told again on Saturday by someone in the Robertson camp that he is likely to announce his decision at his school late this week or next week,” Simmons reports.
Robertson can’t sign with a letter of intent with any institution right now because the NCAA’s allowed dates for signing with any school have passed (February 3 - April 1). That means no matter where Robertson announces, he will not be mandated to go to that school. He will simply be giving his word. Robertson will only truly be locked in to a school when he arrives for enrollment.
But Kirby Smart and the Bulldogs would love to get his commitment nonetheless.
“Georgia has some momentum here, it seems, but this has been one of the most difficult recruiting processes to cover I’ve ever had,” Simmons said. “I have not pretended to know about this one. UGA might have momentum, but this thing could go a number of different ways.”