College Football Recruiting: Nick Glass is Committed to Georgia and Will Not Visit Ole Miss

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The Georgia Bulldogs may have dodged another recruiting bullet after safety prospect Nick Glass reaffirmed his commitment and said he will take no other visits other than his one scheduled to UGA via Twitter.

 

 

This should kill many rumors that have been swirling around about Glass and his connection to Ole Miss. The past couple months, he has been flirting with the Rebels, and his friendship with Elisha Shaw may have had an effect after Shaw named Ole Miss his leader following a recent visit. Glass had recently announced that he would be visiting Ole Miss and this leads many to speculate that he he may have been “asked” to cool his jets by his UGA recruiters.

Glass has been committed to the Bulldogs since April 4, 2012, and the 6-foot-2 safety is the type of player that defensive coordinator Todd Grantham and defensive backs coach Scott Lakatos look for to fit their system. It has also been speculated that the hard hitting safety will do what first round 2013 NFL Draftee Alec Ogletree did, and move from safety to linebacker if he outgrows the safety position.

Glass is recruited and holds an offer from many of the top schools in the country including Alabama, Notre Dame, Stanford, LSU, Clemson, Florida State and Ohio State. He is considered a four-star prospect and could rise in the rankings before all is said and done.

Ranting Dawg is a Georgia Bulldogs and SEC writer for RantSports.com. Follow him on Twitter @RantingDawg

 

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