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4-star California ATH To Visit Georgia Bulldogs This Week

January 23, 2023
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ATHENS - One of the top 2024 prospects in California is set to visit Georgia this week.

Kirby Smart and his staff had had no problem recruiting the West Coast, and they’ll be hosting one of the very best on Friday in four-star ATH Aaron Butler.

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A speedy athlete who can also play both wide receiver defensive back at the next level, Butler was a touchdown machine last year for Calabasas, catching 38 passes for 830 yards and taking 13 of those passes back for touchdowns.

Butler claims a 4.47 laser in the 40-yard dash, making him one of the fastest receiver prospects in California. A former USC Trojans commitment, Butler has an impressive frame for a defensive back at 6-foot-1 170-pounds. He plays with toughness, has great instincts in coverage, and knows how to make a play on the ball. One of the state’s top two-way players, it’s easy to see why Butler holds offers from some of the nation’s top programs.

Butler was offered back in May of 2022 by defensive backs coach Fran Brown, so it’s clear the Bulldogs are interested in the Calabasas athlete.

Brown and the rest of the Georgia staff are already off to an excellent start in the 2024 class, holding a commitment from two safety prospects, with one of them being another California native in four-star Peyton Woodyard‍.

The Bulldogs have 8 current commitments in the 2024 class and have a great chance of signing the nation’s top class if they can land some of their biggest five-star and in-state prospects.

Butler is ranked in the 247 Composite Rankings as the No. 6 ATH, the No. 4 prospect in California, and the No. 42 overall prospect in the country for the 2024 class.

 

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