On the heels of losing out on KJ Bolden, Georgia wastes no time as they gain the commitment of another 5-star in Nate Frazier.
Frazier stands 5'11", 210 pounds, and plays his high school ball for Mater Dei in Santa Ana, California. He's rated as the #1 RB in the class and the #15 overall player in the 2024 recruiting cycle. Frazier splits a backfield with 2025 4-star Jordan Davison but still put 791 yards rushing on 61 carries and 9 touchdowns his junior year. The second he gets a hole, Frazier is gone with the elite speed he has. He has times of 10.58 in the 100 meters and 21.62 in the 200 meters.
He chose the Bulldogs over Alabama, Oregon, and Texas A&M. Dell Mcgee has been busy this cycle, as he's landed 4-stars Chauncey Bowens, Dwight Phillips Jr., and now Nate Frazier. Georgia is recruiting California well this cycle, as Frazier joins 4-star safety Peyton Woodyard as commits from the state. The Dawgs have another chance of grabbing a recruit from California, as Georgia is right in the mix for 5-star DL Aydin Breland.
Frazier is the 27th commitment in UGA's #1 ranked 2024, recruiting class. Georgia's lead continues to grow, and they don't show signs of slowing down anytime soon. They have 16 commits on offense, 10 on defense, and one on special teams. The Bulldog's next opportunity of getting a commitment will be August 14th when 5-star DL Williams Nwaneri announces his decision.
Edited by Will Morrison