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Georgia Bulldog Land In-State Commitment from OL Jamal Meriweather

December 5, 2022

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ATHENS - Flip season is here, and Kirby Smart, along with offensive line coach Stacy Searels, have flipped one of the top offensive line prospects in South Georgia today.

Brunswick (GA) offensive tackle, Jamal Meriweather, announced today that he has flipped his commitment from UCF to Georgia.


The Bulldogs are always looking to add long offensive tackles with a high ceiling, and that’s what Meriweather will bring to the table.

Signing Day is right around the corner, so it’s time for high school prospects to jump on board if they want to secure a spot in someone’s class. For Meriweather, he had the green light to flip to Georgia, and today he made it happen.

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What are the Bulldogs getting in Meriweather?

Size and potential.

A talented tackle with plenty of length and high upside, Meriweather is coming off a dominant senior season and it was noticed by the Georgia staff.

At 6-foot-6 290-pounds, he’s big, physical, and still developing. He’s a ward worker, fast learner, and has the potential to turn into a tough, nasty offensive lineman if he continues to develop properly under Searels and the rest of the Georgia staff.

Dawg Post caught up with Brunsick head coach Garrett Grady about what he’ll bring to Georgia.

“He has tremendous upside”, Grady said. “High ceiling with his skill set. He has great length-and moves really well-great footwork. He is grateful for this opportunity and is going work extremely hard to help the team.”

Meriweather gives Georgia 23 firm commitments in the 2023 class. He gives Searels five offensive line commitmeents joining 4-star OT Bo Hughley‍, 4-star OT Monroe Freeling‍, 3-star OL Joshua Miller‍, and 4-star OL Kelton Smith‍.

He’s ranked in the 247 Composite Rankings as the No. 46 OT prospect, the No. 54 player in Georgia, and the No. 604 prospect in the country.


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