More recruiting news: One commits, one departs the class

semerson@macon.comJuly 14, 2013 

ATHENS - A frenetic Friday night, followed by a quiet Saturday, and then more movement on Sunday.

Georgia landed one big commitment for its 2014 class, while another player left the commitment list.

Offensive lineman Isaiah Wynn of Lakewood High School in St. Petersburg, Fla., has given a verbal to Georgia, per multiple recruiting sites. Wynn is listed at 6-foot-2 and 272 pounds, and is projected as a guard at the college level. He is ranked the No. 105 overall prospect, and the seventh-best guard, according to the 247Composite.

That gives Georgia three offensive line commitments so far in the 2014 class, along with Dyshon Sims and Jake Edwards. Wynn is also the fourth Florida prospect, joining tailback Sony Michel, safety Kendall Gant and receiver Gilbert Johnson.

But Georgia's list of commitments for the 2014 class remains at 15 for now, because one of the earliest members is no longer committed. Receiver Krenwick Sanders has re-opened his commitment, according to the recruiting sites.

Sanders, a three-star prospect from Jesup, was one of the first commitments for Georgia's 2014 class, having committed in November of 2012. Georgia received a commitment from another receiver, four-star prospect Shakenneth Williams of Macon's Rutland High School, on Friday night.

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