|Bailey Hockman. Image via Bleacher Report.|
Bad news for Georgia as it had a double shot of "He's Just Not That Into You" on Monday. The Bulldog football program took losses in both the 2016 and 2017 recruiting classes.
First, four-star QB prospect Bailey Hockman decommitted from UGA's 2017 recruiting class Monday morning. Hockman stated that he wanted to "Maybe try and play for an offensive head coach." That's something that newly hired Kirby Smart, who was previously defensive coordinator of Alabama, presumably isn't.
247 Sports grades Hockman as a composite four-star pro-style QB. The recruiting site ranks Hockman at no. 3 among pro-style QB prospects for 2017, at no. 7 among 2017 prospects from the state of Georgia, and at no. 63 in its composite rankings of 2017 prospects nationally.
Hockman attends McEachern High School in Powder Springs Ga. he stands 6'2, and weighs 210 lbs.
Then bad news came for Georgia's 2016 recruiting class as three-star wide receiver prospect Darion Anderson decommitted on Monday afternoon.
247 Sports grades Anderson as a composite three star wide ride receiver. The recruiting site ranks Anderson at no. 62 among WR prospects for 2016, at no. 30 among 2016 prospects from the state of Georgia, and as a composite no. 338 among all 2016 prospects nationally.
Anderson attends Houston County High School in Warner Robins, Ga. He stands 6'1, and weighs 170 lbs.
Hockman's decommitment leaves UGA with just three commitments to its 2017 recruiting class. UGA's 2016 recruiting class is in much better shape, standing at fourteen commitments after Anderson's recommitment.