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Crisp County's Quay Walker flips from Alabama to Georgia

08 February 2018

In a class which features some of the deepest and most-talented cornerbacks, a pair of players from American Heritage High School in Fort Lauderdale in Patrick Surtain Jr. and Tyson Campbell with LSU and Georgia in the mix.

Georgia now has a record-tying eight five-star recruits for the 2018 class!

That was announced shortly after the Bulldogs secured a commitment from four-star linebacker Quay Walker, who had been committed to the Crimson Tide since June prior to flipping to Georgia Wednesday morning. Ohio State and Texas were ranked second and third. The other two secondary commits from Miami are Divaad Wilson (Northwestern) and Nadab Joseph (Miami Norland).

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The Miami pipeline is noteworthy, considering Georgia's No. 1 cornerback, Deandre Baker, is also from Miami.

The pool of recruits may be smaller but that doesn't mean today's National Signing Day won't be without its usual flair for the dramatic. Either way, there will be a position open and a lot of players vying for it.

The son of the former National Football League player by the same name was considered the top unsigned prospect left to commit. However USC (2004, 2005, 2006, 2007), Alabama (2013, 2014, 2015, 2017), Florida State (2002, 2012) have been able to achieve this multiple times.

During the December early signing period, the Bulldogs landed Zamir White, the top-ranked running back in the country, OT Cade Mays, the No. 1 player in the state of Tennessee and guard Trey Hill's one of the nation's best interior linemen.

Crisp County's Quay Walker flips from Alabama to Georgia