Georgia will be getting at least one national letter of intent on Wednesday’s national signing day from a player from American Heritage School in Plantation, Fla.
Tailback Sony Michel is a five-star tailback who has been committed to Georgia for months.
The Bulldogs could also get his good friend and teammate Isaiah McKenzie as well, who has Georgia among his finalists.
“He’s doing the hat trick tomorrow night,” American Heritage coach Mike Rumph said today about the wide receiver/kick returner. “Your guess is as good as mine. I see him once a day and he’s not saying what he’s doing.”
Rumph said McKenzie, a four-star rated prospect, by Rivals and three-star by Scout, has changed his preference throughout the recruiting process from Florida to Notre Dame to Ole Miss to Virginia Tech and Georgia among others.
The 5-foot-8, 170-pound McKenzie is a one-time Notre Dame commitment.
Georgia running backs coach Bryan McClendon visited the school recently.
McKenzie has a 7 p.m. announcement scheduled at a Dave & Busters on Wednesday, but of course could decide to send his letter of intent much earlier in the day.
He had 41 catches for 892 yards and seven touchdowns last season, returned nine kickoffs for 424 yards and 12 punts for 369 yards and rushed for 251 yards and seven touchdowns.
“Once he was on TV in that (Under Armour) all-star game, everybody started ringing his phone,” Rumph said, “but he’s been that player since the first game of the season for us. …With the ball in his hands, he’s just dangerous.”
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