2017 four-star athlete Deejay Dallas has decommitted from the Georgia Bulldogs. Dallas announced his decision Wednesday evening on Twitter.
“After sitting down with my family and praying long and hard about this I have decided to decommit from the University of Georgia,” Dallas tweeted. “I feel like I need a clean slate to evaluate each option and make sure that wherever I go whether it be UGA or any other school that it is a perfect match for me. My de-commitment doesn’t mean that UGA isn’t an option anymore, it just means that I want to be sure that this is the right move for me as a person and as a player. Thank you & God Bless.”
Deejay Dallas (6-0, 175) committed to the Bulldogs over offers from Auburn, Florida, Georgia State, Missouri, and South Carolina.
In the 247Sports Composite rankings, Deejay Dallas is listed as a 4-star recruit, the No. 17 athlete, and the No. 173 overall recruit in the nation.
Deejay Dallas is the fifth UGA recruit to decommit since Kirby Smart replaced Mark Richt as the Bulldogs’ head coach. Dallas joins quarterback Bailey Hockman (2017), cornerback Malek Young (2016), running back Devwah Whaley (2016), and wide receiver Darion Anderson (2016).