2020 Georgia Recruiting: Replacing Ogunbiyi With Bigger and Better
With The University of Georgia losing it's 4-star offensive guard, Akinola Ogunbiyi yesterday due to a change in heart from the young man from west Houston, the 2020 recruiting class now has room for one, or maybe even two offensive lineman for Kirby Smart and Sam Pittman to lure in.
Today we will be focusing on the young man from Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. The offensive guard that plays with a motor unlike most at the position. As you've seen in his tape, this young man loves to finish blocks through the echo of the whistle.
The only problem is, Raym's recruitment is pretty up in the air at this point. Does he love offensive line coach Sam Pittman? Of course, but can we pry the young man away from Lincoln Riley and company out in Norman? 247sports recruiting specialist, Gabe Brooks seems to think otherwise. He's had Raym as a crystal ball prediction since April.
But that was prior to Akinola's de-commitment from UGA in order to stay closer to his mother, and play at Texas A&M (a mere 45-minute commute Ogunbiyi and his family)
Perhaps Raym, the better prospect according to the recruiting services, will see the de-commitment from Ogunbiyi as an opportunity to play for Sam Pittman and The Georgia Bulldogs.
Or perhaps even better, maybe UGA's staff knew something about the recruitment of Sedrick Van Pran and Andrew Raym and made room for both. It's a rather "out there" theory, but it's definitely one that's been rumored.