In the 2024 college football recruiting class, there are a couple of key updates when it comes to Jadyn Davis and Dylan Raiola.
Things are really starting to heat up when it comes to the top-ranked quarterbacks in the 2024 college football recruiting class, as there is news about the No. 1 and No. 4 ranked signal-callers in the 247 sports composite rankings.
Jadyn Davis is the No. 4 ranked quarterback in the 2024 college football recruiting class and the five-star prospect is ranked 28th overall out of Charlotte, North Carolina.
Michigan has long been the favorite for Davis, getting expert projections for the 6-foot-1, 192-pound quarterback out of Providence Day High School since last June. Those projections have continued and Steve Wiltfong of 247 sports, as well as Chad Simmons of On3.com — the top recruiting analysts at each site, have projected him to Michigan as well.
The Wolverines got a new quarterbacks coach in Kirk Campbell and there were still some questions this spring. But now, according to Langston Wertz Jr. of the Charlotte Observer, Davis is set to announce his commitment on March 31.
For Michigan, that’s a great sign. Davis just visited the Wolverines again and instead of taking more visits, he has reportedly decided to wrap up his recruitment and that leads me to believe a five-star commitment is coming for Michigan football.
Georgia gets first official visit for Dylan Raiola
We have also been wondering when Dylan Raiola is going to make a decision in the 2024 college football recruiting class after de-committing from Ohio State a couple of months back.
There was talk of a spring decision for the No. 1 quarterback. Yet, after Dylan Raiola told Steve Wiltfong he’s going to take an official visit to Georiga in the first week of June, it’s clear that we are headed toward a summer timeline, similar to Arch Manning.
Georgia knocked it out of the park last weekend with Raiola according to Wiltfong and here’s what his dad, Dominic Raiola, said about the trip, their sixth to UGA.
"“It was our sixth time being back in Athens. And it never fails to deliver. We got to take in meetings and their first padded practice. Everything about that place is elite. Coach Smart is the best in the business. It’s an ultra-competitive environment and that excites Dylan.”"
Raiola is expected to visit Nebraska this weekend and for the Huskers’ spring game. He’s also taken two trips to USC since re-opening his recruitment and is supposed to be at Oregon next month as well.
Visits are going to tell the story. Raiola gets five official visits and I have a feeling he might not use all five of them. Nebraska is a good bet to get one and probably USC. Oregon could get the other, but right now, I’d be very worried if I was those schools about the Bulldogs.
Dylan Raiola’s recruitment has been hard to read, but judging by this official visit news, Georgia has potentially pulled back in front.