The Georgia Bulldogs received some good news on Saturday as it pertains to their 2020 recruiting class.
The good news came in the form of a commit from a high-caliber offensive lineman. Sedrick Van Pran, a center out of New Orleans, Louisiana, announced his commitment to the Bulldogs. The news of Van Pran’s commitment was first reported by Radi Nabulsi.
BREAKING: RIVALS100 offensive tackle Sedrick Van Pran has committed to #UGA, giving the #Dawgs four o-linemen in the top 100!— Radi Nabulsi (@RadiNabulsi) August 18, 2019
All 5 are in the top 250.
Watch his commitment here: https://t.co/Bx1UISe6pT pic.twitter.com/tzGYUIukLk
Later, Van Pran would post a video on his Twitter account to affirm his commitment to the Dawgs.
The wait is over I’m a Dawg #AGTG #Yamecita pic.twitter.com/S3qaGYj0En— Sedrick Van Pran (@LXIII_NOVA) August 18, 2019
Van Pran is an elite offensive lineman in the 2020 recruiting cycle. He ranks third amongst all centers in the class, per 247Sports’ composite rankings. The only centers who rank ahead of him are Ohio State Buckeyes commit Luke Wypler and Washington Huskies commit Myles Murao. It’s great company to say the least. In addition, Van Pran ranks 3rd amongst all recruits from Louisiana in this cycle. A pair of LSU Tigers commits, defensive tackle Jaquelin Roy and wide receiver Kayshon Boutte, rank ahead of him.
Nationally, Sedrick Van Prank ranks 101st among all 2020 recruits.
Georgia’s 2020 recruiting class currently ranks 3rd in the SEC after Van Pran’s commitment, and 5th in the nation.