It moves Georgia past Michigan to No. 2 in Scout’s team recruiting rankings. The Bulldogs could very well catch No. 1 Alabama if Kirby Smart and company continue to recruit at this pace. Alabama has a lead, but the Bulldogs have fewer players committed, which means they can catch and even pass the Tide in the coming weeks.
Nonetheless, UGA now has 22 committed players, 19 of them (86%) are Scout 300 players, which is the most UGA has ever had in a class.
Bishop came down to UGA and Florida. He backed off his commitment to Auburn in December and is expected to come in as an athlete likely headed to the secondary.
“I want to stay home and do something big with my savages,” Bishop told Scout on Sunday night. “I've had committing on my mind. My mind is made up, so I just went on head and did it.”