Treyaun Webb commits to Georgia, becomes first in 2023 recruiting class

Brooks Austin

Treyaun Webb has committed to Georgia this morning, the dynamic 2023 running back becomes the 1st commit in the 2023 recruiting class for Georgia. 

Webb was in Athens this weekend for the win over Missouri, and it didn't take him long to decide he wanted to be a Dawg as he took to Twitter to announce his decision. 

Just a freshman, it's surprisingly early for the commitment. In fact, Georgia only has just three commits in the 2021 class. So, that just goes to show you the type of interest that both parties have in each other. 

As most have come to know, there are two types of offers in the recruiting world these days, committable offers and non-committable offers. That's the only way schools like Tennessee are out here handing out 400 offers per class knowing dang well they can only take 22 to 25 per class. 

Webb is obviously young, so everything we know about him now is based on his potential, but there are portions of his game that are college-ready now, as just a freshman. At 6-0" 190 pounds, he's got the frame to hold up to 220 pounds and remain dynamic. 

From Jacksonville, Florida the recruitment of Webb has really only begun as the national attention will now be brought to the doorsteps of the freshman following the Georgia commitment. With just eight offers, that number will sky rocket over the coming months and years leading into Webb's senior year all the way in 2023. 

Webb will immediately become the centerpiece of the 2023 class for Georgia, who doesn't even have a commitment in the 2022 class. We will keep you posted on further details coming on Webb. 

In the meantime, take a look at the kind of player that Webb already is, and just imagine what it's going to look like in the backfield for Georgia in the fall of 2023.