Kelee Ringo, No. 11 prospect in ESPN 300, commits to Georgia

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The Georgia Bulldogs have landed five-star defensive back Kelee Ringo, the No. 11 overall prospect in the ESPN 300.

Ringo is the second-highest-ranked cornerback to commit to the Bulldogs in the ESPN 300 era, according to ESPN Stats & Information research, trailing Tyson Campbell, who was ranked No. 9 overall in 2018.

Entering Saturday, Georgia had ESPN's third-ranked recruiting class, behind Clemson and Alabama.

Ringo announced his commitment at the Army All-American Bowl on Saturday, but he wasn't the only player to do so: