Bear Alexander Decommits from Georgia

The five-star rated defensive tackle of the 2022 class, Bear Alexander, has decided to back off his commitment from the University of Georgia.

Keithian Alexander, otherwise known as "Bear," announced Monday via social media that he would be decommitting from the University of Georgia in favor of reopening his recruitment. 

The 6-foot-4, 325-pound defensive lineman from Fort Worth, Tex., was a huge addition to the Georgia 2022 recruiting class in February. Alexander was seen as a potential replacement for Georgia's current nose tackle, senior Jordan Davis. 

Alexander's commitment was a welcome addition to Georgia's 2022 class as he joined fellow SI All-American defensive lineman Tyre West and edge rusher Darris Smith. Now back on the open market, Alexander will undoubtedly be a highly-touted prospect, rated as one of the top tackles in a talented cycle of defensive linemen. 

This now knocks the Georgia class down to 11 verbal commitments heading into the middle of June. 

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