4-star running back from Dematha Catholic Tovani Mizell has backed off his commitment to the dawgs. Mizell had been committed to the Bulldogs since early August of 2022.
Now everyone knows that Kirby Rarely, if ever, gets in a situation in recruiting where there isn’t a plan moving forward, so who are some possible prospects that Georgia could look to replace Mizell with?
Georgia already has one running back commit in Dwight Phillips Jr., the 4-star speedster from Pebblebrook, Georgia. We also know Georgia usually takes two running backs.
The first Prospect Georgia could look to fill that role is in-state 5-star Florida state commit Kameron Davis. The two-sport star has been on Georgia’s radar for a while, and Georgia has been in fast pursuit even with Davis remaining committed to the Seminoles. Davis has some interesting tape, to say the least; he plays Quarterback for Dougherty high school in Georgia but at 5-10 200 pounds projects as a running back at the next level. Davis is also looking to play baseball at the next level.