Running back recruit Master Teague announced he has committed to play college football at Ohio State.
Teague made his commitment official Sunday afternoon with a video posted to his Twitter account. Teague is considered a three-star prospect according to the 247Sports.com composite rankings.
Teague, who attends Blackman High School in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, chose Ohio State over Georgia, Auburn and Tennessee.
Georgia is looking to secure two running backs in the recruiting class of 2018. In addition to Teague, the Bulldogs are heavily recruiting Laurinburg, North Carolina running back recruit Zamir White and Bainbridge running back prospect Dameon Pierce.
While Georgia was unable to land Teague, the Bulldogs did get some good recruiting news Saturday when Oklahoma offensive lineman Owen Condon announced his commitment to the program.