Quay Walker throws Tennessee hat to floor, picks Georgia

5-Star CB Tyson Campbell Commits To Georgia Over Miami, Alabama

Georgia flipped four-star linebacker Quay Walker from his Alabama commitment to the Bulldogs on National Signing Day.

Peterson, who committed to Tennessee January 6, took an official visit to Alabama January 19.

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Walker stunned the crowd in attendance by reaching for and putting on a Tennessee hat, even some of his family members were in shock. The uninitiated might have thought Walker would then reaffirm his Bama commitment, but - plot twist! - he then revealed a Georgia shirt. With seven 5-stars and 15 4-stars according to 247Sports composite, Georgia's class is head and shoulders higher than everybody else.

This year marks the first time since 2010 that a school other than Alabama will have the No. 1 class in the country. He joins quarterback Justin Fields, running back Zamir White, offensive tackle Cade Mays, offensive guard Jamaree Salyer, defensive end Brenton Cox and outside linebacker Adam Anderson in a class that's now a virtual lock to end number-one overall in the recruiting rankings.

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The Georgia Bulldogs added to their already loaded class with a commitment from five-star defensive back Tyson Campbell, the No. 9 overall prospect in the ESPN 300.

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