Early on National Signing Day, the Georgia Bulldogs landed perhaps the biggest prize of their recruiting class: five-star outside linebacker Josh Harvey-Clemons. The Valdosta native had narrowed his recruitment to UGA, Florida State, Florida and Miami, with rumblings that key members of his family favored Florida and FSU over Georgia, largely due to playing time.
Hours after his announcement, Georgia still doesn't have his signed letter of intent. Mark Richt told Marc Weiszer he's not concerned, and ESPNU reported Harvey-Clemons says he's still "100 percent" ommitted to Georgia. The concern for many Dawgs fans is that Harvey-Clemons' grandfather may be refusing to sign off on his grandson attending Georgia.
Keep your eyes tuned to this one, fans of Signing Day drama. We've had a few flips and a couple surprising announcements, but so far this NSD has been lean on lingering confusion.