The Georgia Bulldogs continued their strong run on the recruiting trail on Monday as Caleb Tannor, a four-star defensive end from Miller Grove High School in Lithonia, Georgia, chose the ‘Dawgs over Auburn.
Committed ...............Justin wya? pic.twitter.com/E2RP2CSEpW— Caleb Tannor 1️⃣® (@cvleb10) July 24, 2017
Tannor, a 6-foot-3, 225-pound defensive end, is expected to play linebacker once he arrives in Athens. Tannor is an explosive athlete who recorded 54 tackles and seven sacks as a junior in 2016. According to 247Sports, Tannor is the nation’s No. 15 weakside defensive end and the 34th-ranked player in the state of Georgia for 2018.
Tannor’s best football is ahead of him and is poised for a huge senior season. He is usually the fastest player on the field and appears unblockable at times. Don’t be surprised if he continues to rise up the rankings once the season arrives.
While the ‘Dawgs have had a good run lately, much of it has occurred for the class of 2019. Tannor gives the class of 2018 a big boost and expect more to follow. Some of the top prospects in the talent-rich Peach State remain uncommitted.
With Tanner’s commitment, the Bulldogs move up to No. 48 in 247Sports’ composite team rankings. He is Georgia’s ninth commitment for the class of 2018.