4-star wide receiver Jermaine Burton flips commitment from LSU to UGA
Jermaine Burton, a four-star wide receiver from Calabasas, Calif., has flipped his commitment from LSU to the Georgia Bulldogs for the class of 2020.
Burton announced his new commitment to the Georgia Bulldogs just after 3:30pm ET.
#UGA gets a flip from California. Four-star wide receiver Jermaine Burton commits to the program as a former LSU pledge.
That’s two prospects pulled from LSU on the same day.
— Brandon Sudge (@brandonsudge) December 18, 2019
— Evil Kirby Smart (@EvilKirbySmart) December 18, 2019
Huge flip for the Dawgs pic.twitter.com/WnrgUcLp3U
— Britt Thomason (@Britt_Thomason) December 18, 2019
Jermaine Burton (6-0.5, 190) played for Calabasas High School. He committed to the Bulldogs over LSU, Arizona State, Oregon, and Miami. Burton also had offers from most of the top schools, including Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Colorado, Florida, Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Louisville, Mississippi State, Penn State, UCLA, USC, and others.
In the 247Sports Composite, Jermaine Burton is rated as a four-star recruit, the No. 8 wide receiver, and the No. 52 overall recruit for the 2020 class.
Burton is also rated as a four-star recruit by Rivals.com. They list him as the No. 22 wide receiver and the No. 110 overall recruit in the country for 2020.
Georgia has now picked up four wide receivers on the early signing day for 2020. Jermaine Burton joins Justin Robinson, Marcus Rosemy, and Arian Smith as Bulldog receiver commitments.
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