Jefferson County standout A.J. Harmon has been battling with a tough decision for quite some time.
Should he stay with his commitment to Clemson or switch to the home-state Bulldogs from the University of Georgia?
It hasn't been easy but Saturday on live television at the Army All-American Bowl, the four-star prospect officially announced that he will indeed make Athens his collegiate home.
The 6-foot-6 lineman is a talented two-way player that gives Georgia coach Mark Richt yet another elite prospect to add to his list of incoming freshman.
Harmon can currently be seen on NBC in San Antonio, Texas competing. He is wearing jersey No. 75.
Jefferson County's Harmon Switches to UGA
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