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Georgia rises in 2022 recruiting rankings




 

On Monday, the Georgia Bulldogs landed a commitment from three-star offensive lineman Jacob Hood, who stands at a whopping 6-foot-8, 342 pounds.

The commitment from Hood boosted Georgia from the No. 5 class to the No. 3 class in the nation.

The class is headlined by 5-star linebacker Malaki Starks, who ranks as the nation's No. 21 overall recruit.

Georgia has 16 commits in the class: 1 5-star, 10 4-stars and 3 3-stars.

The nation's top class is held by Penn State, followed by Ohio State then Georgia. That means the Bulldogs currently have the SEC's top recruiting class.

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