Georgia received big news on Thursday and includes the 2022 category plus five stars. Tiger (Ga.) Rabun County quarterback Gunner stockton Dawgs is committed and once the South Carolina pledge gave Dawgs247 details of what led to his decision.
“The next day after Coach Mosquito was fired, I called Coach Smart and told him that I was worried about what was happening in South Carolina,” Stockton said. “We talked about everything and he assured me that all I wanted for the class of 2022 was that he was a quarterback. My relationship with Coach Monken and Coach Faulkner has grown. I am looking forward to my home state team. Excited to compete. I just feel really good. The team, the staff, the school, are good about everything. I already have relationships with a lot of current players, and the recruiting class of 2022 is one of those. I’m going to have a great relationship with whom I already have. Besides, I couldn’t. I don’t say Coach Smart twice. In Georgia, you always have the chance to win the SEC and be the national champion. . it’s my dream. “
While Auburn was heavily in the mix due to a relationship with the offensive coordinator Mike bobo, Other schools such as North Carolina, Florida, Florida State and Texas tried to link up with Stockton. In the end, Stockton didn’t have to tell them all.
“Calling Coach Mike was no fun,” Stockton said. “I have a very close relationship with not only him but his entire family. I like that family a lot. Coach Mike is very respected and I hate that it was not right for me to be a coach by him. We became very close, But I couldn’t stop thinking about being a bulldog. “
Stockton, considered the nation’s No. 27 overall prospect, the No. 1 dual-threat quarterback, and the No. 3 overall recruit in the state of Georgia by the industry-bred 247 Ports Composite, is coming off a junior season in which he threw for 3,128 yards. And 45 touchdowns with just four interceptions, 1,581 yards rushing and 26 touchdowns as well. He feels Toad monken Can help him be productive at the college level.
“As I saw Georgia playing this year, I loved what I saw,” Stockton said. “I love throwing the ball, and it’s great to have Coach Monken installed at quarterback. Coach Monken is a great teacher and I can’t wait to learn from him.”
Now that he is on board as the seventh Georgia commit to the Class of 2022, a group that now ranks No. 3 in the 247 Porta Team Class Rankings, Stockton has worked to help Georgia bring as many elite prospects as possible. Have intended
“In the 8th grade, I was the quarterback on the FBU National Championship team,” Stockton said. “Now that team is an upcoming senior. Looking back, it was made up of some of the top recruits in the country. Then in the 9th grade, I was the quarterback of the All-American game and included even more top recruits.” Lots of people have become really good friends with them. My friends Marquis and Smoak are already committed to Georgia, and I hope to help influence them a lot more. I have played 7 on 7 for Hustle and Coach Tony since 8th grade, and I’m playing with them again this spring and summer. You can bet that I’m looking forward to bringing all those wide receivers to Georgia. We’re loading … D’Nylon, Kojo, Oscar, Travis, and more. “