Four-star athlete Treyaun Webb from Trinity Christian Academy in Jacksonville, Fla., announced his college decision Saturday afternoon. The elite running back had three schools on his final list: Oklahoma, Ohio State and Georgia. He committed to Oklahoma.
The class of 2023 recruit had been a Georgia commit before decommitting in January, 2021, to reopen his recruitment.
With more than 40 offers from Division I programs, only four received a visit from Webb in June: Florida, Oklahoma, Ohio State and Georgia. It appeared the Gators would be a favorite to land the Sunshine State native, but they were not a part of the final three schools Webb considered.
When speaking with SI All-American about his top three schools, the four-star talked about Georgia's approach to recruiting him after his decommitment: "They kept the same approach with me, they kept it real with me. They understood the decommitment, with coronavirus going on and not being able to visit other schools. I needed to go out and see, to be for sure.
"When I first committed, I was young and felt like I knew what I wanted to do, but as time went on and more schools contacted me, I felt like I needed to re-evaluate my decision. But when I went back up there, everything that I felt when I was little was amplified. Coach (Todd) Hartley, Coach (Dell) McGee treat me like their son. It's a family environment with them and it's one of those places that feels like home no matter what."
Despite Ohio State assistant coach Tony Alford recruiting Webb since eighth grade, Webb selected Oklahoma. The Sooners are landing an elite prospect at running back who also could play cornerback at the next level.
You May Also Like
Join the community
Follow Brooks Austin on Twitter: @BrooksAustinSI
Follow Kyle Funderburk on Twitter: @DKFunderburk
You can follow us for future coverage by clicking "Follow" on the top right-hand corner of the page. Also, be sure to like us on Facebook @BulldogMaven & follow us on Twitter at @BulldogsSI