Johnathan Abram left the SEC last winter, and it’s look like he will be making a return trip.
The former Georgia safety transferred from the Bulldogs shortly after coach Kirby Smart was hired in January. Smart, who recruited Abram while at Alabama, said he tried to get Abram to stay with the Bulldogs, but that the safety was dealing with personal and family issues.
The Mississippi native ended up transferring to Jones County Junior College (Ellisville, Miss.), which is closer to his Columbia, Miss., home.
According to Sports Talk SC, Abram has decided that he will attend one of four SEC schools next season.
#STRecruiting: DB Johnathan Abram of Jones County JC, MS said he's down to LSU, Alabama, Ole Miss & Tennessee. USC also was involved.
— SportsTalk (@sportstalksc) October 26, 2016
Abram came in as part of Georgia’s 2015 class, and was ranked as a 3-star prospect. In his freshman season with the Bulldogs, Abram played in 10 games (4 starts) and finished the season with 25 tackles.