The buzz over the last few days was how many offensive linemen could possibly fit into the Class of 2020 for Georgia. The potential additions of Andrew Raym and Sedrick Van Pran have been widely discussed, but not the subtraction of Akinola Ogunbiyi.
That is just what appears to have happened here. Ogunibiy, who was at one time committed to Texas A&M prior to his strong interest in Georgia, now appears to be staying in state.
AKI (@AkinolaOgunbiyi) June 23, 2019
He announced his commitment to Texas A&M while his Instagram and Twitter bios both still read he was committed to Georgia.
That only took a few minutes before those accounts were updated to reflect that he was now on his way to Texas A&M.
The decision was seen as a surprise to several members of the UGA class for 2020, including fellow OL Tate Ratledge.
Ogunbiyi had also just recently take another unofficial visit to UGA earlier this month and came away more than pleased and happy to be a Bulldog.
Now, he's an Aggie. It just goes to show how back-and-forth these tough decisions are for these young men.
He did not immediately return a message seeking comment, but he did retweet congratulations from 5-star Texas A&M commit Demond Demas.
Hollywood Demas (@DemondDemas1) June 23, 2019
That decision from the nation's No. 11 offensive guard prospect for 2020 now drops the Bulldogs down to 14 commits in their 2020 class.
Georgia now has just three OL commitments for the current class with names like Raym and Van Pran definitely still in play.
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