Marcus Harrison commits to UGA football for 2024 class
Marcus Harrison, a three-star offensive tackle from Hamburg, N.Y., has committed to UGA football for the class of 2024.
Harrison committed to the Georgia Bulldogs and announced his decision early Tuesday morning via a post to his social media accounts.
“After a conversation with @SSearels (offensive line coach Stacy Searels) and (head coach) @KirbySmartUGA I would like to announce that I am 100% a Georgia Bulldog,” Harrison wrote.
After a conversation with @SSearels and @KirbySmartUGA I would like to announce that I am 100% a Georgia Bulldog. pic.twitter.com/pTe5BH0qm0
— Marcus Harrison (@MarcusH89810868) May 23, 2023
Go Dawgs !!
— Coach Kirby Smart (@KirbySmartUGA) May 23, 2023
Marcus Harrison (6-8, 335) currently plays for St. Francis High School in Hamburg. He committed to UGA over Georgia Tech, Miami, Michigan State, Pitt, West Virginia, and Wisconsin, plus several other top schools.
In the 247Sports Composite, Marcus Harrison is rated as a three-star recruit, the No. 48 offensive tackle, and the No. 606 overall recruit in the country for 2024.
Rivals.com also rates Marcus Harrison as a three-star recruit and the No. 47 offensive tackle in the nation.
With the addition of Harrison, the Georgia Bulldogs now have 15 commitments for the class of 2024. UGA’s 2024 class is currently ranked first in the 247Sports Team Rankings ahead of Michigan, Ohio State, Notre Dame, and LSU.
Harrison’s commitment follows the commitment four-star tight end Colton Heinrich, who pledged to UGA on Monday. Last week, Georgia picked up commitments from the top-ranked quarterback in the nation, Dylan Raiola, and the top-ranked punter, Drew Miller.