GAINESVILLE, Fla. — It’s decision time for 5-star quarterback Jacob Eason.
This week the UGA commit from Lake Stevens (Wash.) plans to either stick with the Bulldogs or flip to Florida after officially visiting both schools this month. Eason also took a trip to in-state Washington.
A few recruits gave their thoughts on Eason to SEC Country.
- 5-star tight end Isaac Nauta, who has UGA in his top five and lists Florida No. 6: “Jacob going to UF would be huge if that’s what he decides to do. I think he sticks with Georgia. He’s just been committed to that school for so long. It wouldn’t really affect me either way. I’m not going to choose a school based on another guy, even though me and him are good friends.”
- Georgia OL commit Ben Cleveland, who officially visited UGA with Eason this weekend (read more): “I still feel pretty confident that he is going to be coming to UGA in January. That’s up to him and his parents to make that final decision ultimately, but I still have pretty high confidence in it. I think Georgia definitely did everything it could to kind of reassure that commitment.”
- Florida OL commit Stone Forsythe, who officially visited UF this weekend with Gators QB pledges Feleipe Franks and Kyle Trask: “I didn’t talk about it at all with anybody this weekend. We’re just sticking with the two guys we have right now. It’d be hard having three quarterbacks in one class, so I’m not sure that’s going to work out.”
- Florida QB commit Jake Allen, a 2017 recruit: “Three quarterbacks is a lot of quarterbacks, but I don’t know if that’s going to happen. I’m really thinking they sign two, but who knows? Anything can happen. Recruiting is crazy.”
- Florida junior college athlete commit Dre Massey, who will enroll at UF next month with Franks and Trask: “I know they’re looking to get Jacob Eason, too. I think (Florida’s) chances are good, but he’s been with Georgia for a while. We’ll see what happens. I’m excited about Feleipe. I met him on my visit and he’s a real cool dude. He’s actually a lot more mature than you might think for a high school player. He’s got height on him and he’ll be able to see over that Florida offensive line.”