The Georgia Bulldogs picked up a late 2015 commitment today from 3-star offensive lineman Mirko Jurkovic, Jr. of Bradenton, Florida (IMG Academy).
— Mirko Jurkovic Jr (@Jurko60) July 6, 2015
Jurkovic (6-5, 275) signed with the Ohio State Buckeyes in February, but recently found out he would not be accepted. Another possible factor is that Urban Meyer oversigned in 2015 and was over the 85 limit. Notre Dame, Nebraska and other top schools were also interested in Jurkovic.
When asked by Dawgs247 why he picked UGA, Jurkovic responded with the following:
“Relationship I had with the coaches when they were recruiting me in December. Can not wait to play for Coach Sale!”
Mirko Jirkovic is the second Big Ten commitment to switch to the Bulldogs. Back in January, Georgia picked up offensive lineman Sam Madden from Wisconsin after their coach left for Oregon State.