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Julian Lewis schedules Georgia official visit, says program's 'expectation is championships'

Carrollton (Georgia) five-star quarterback Julian Lewis has set his Georgia official visit

Carrollton (Georgia) five-star quarterback Julian Lewis is rated the nation's No. 1 overall prospect and has been committed to the USC Trojans since last summer.

The 6-foot-1, 185-pound signal-caller was originally the nation's top prospect in 2026, but reclassified into 2025 and maintained the top spot, according to Rivals and ESPN

So, it should probably come as no surprise that the nation's top college football programs have continued to try to recruit Lewis despite his pledge.

And it sounds as though he may be listening.

Lewis has scheduled an official visit to Georgia for May 31, a return trip, and listed some of the standout aspects of the Bulldogs' program.

"Great coaching, great teammates and the expectation is championships," he said.

Lewis has been stellar over the past two seasons, throwing for a combined 7,212 yards and 96 touchdowns with 14 interceptions (48 touchdowns, 2 INTs last fall). 

Given that such an elite quarterback is sitting directly in Georgia's backyard, it only makes sense the perennial national championship contender is working to keep the five-star signal-caller close to home.

Kirby Smart and his staff will get a chance to officially host Lewis, and show off their campus again, in late May. 

Here's what 247Sports had to say about Lewis as a prospect:

"A de facto point guard on the gridiron that can distribute the football like few others. Won’t blow many away with his build, but makes up for his subpar measurables with his ability to scan the field and manipulate defenses with his eyes. Compact release allows him to rip tight, accurate spirals to all different levels. Might not have a true cannon, but will drop balls over coverage well into the deeper third. Has proven to be a crafty mover both in and outside of the pocket and will extend plays like a true escape artist. Elected to forgo his senior season after reclassifying and moving up a year, but has already shown that he’s well ahead of the curve, posting a 25-3 record in two seasons while competing in the Peach State’s highest classification. Size might be a sticking point for some, but rare intangibles make him one of the top passers in the 2025 cycle as he constantly finds ways to move the chains. Tailor made for a modern spread attack that wants to push the pace and constantly challenge defenses."