Receiver Demetris Robertson, the last uncommitted five-star prospect in the class of 2016, will reportedly announce his college decision on Sunday afternoon at 1 p.m. ET. It seems he’ll choose between Georgia, Notre Dame and Cal.
The Savannah Christian Prep (Ga.) product is ranked as the top wide receiver in the country on the 247Sports Composite, as well as the third-ranked player in Georgia and the 14th-ranked player overall in the class of 2016. He’s not the biggest receiver, at 5’11.75 and 175 pounds, but he’s a very quick, agile player, which allowed him to dominate a seven-on-seven camp last year. He also has the ability to play cornerback in college.
A strong senior season helped him add a fifth star to his recruiting profile in November.
If Georgia were able to add Robertson, he’d push the Bulldogs past Michigan and into a top-five spot in the Composite rankings. If Robertson committed to Notre Dame, his pledge would move the Irish ahead of Tennessee and into 14th place.
Robertson initially committed to Alabama, but he decommitted last April. He continued to look at the Crimson Tide, but he also kept Georgia, Stanford and Notre Dame in the mix.
Over the past few weeks, the Bulldogs, Bears and Irish have emerged as finalists after Robertson apparently didn’t qualify to get into Stanford. The entire timeline of his recruitment is a wacky one, and it’ll finally come to an end on Sunday.
Check out Robertson’s highlights from his senior season: