Georgia Bulldogs snap up three-star wide receiver Yazeed Haynes

Fort Washington, Pennsylvania - After surprisingly decommitting from Rutgers in May and from Penn State on Monday, Three-star receiver Yazeed Haynes finally settled on the Georgia Bulldogs with in an announcement on Twitter Wednesday afternoon.

Yazeed Haynes is Georgia Bulldogs' 18th program commit for the class of 2023.
Yazeed Haynes is Georgia Bulldogs' 18th program commit for the class of 2023.  © Screenshot / Instagram / zeedhaynes2

Having flip-flopped around quite a bit, Yazeed "Speedy" Haynes has finally found his new home and it'll be with the national champions.

The 18th commit of Georgia's 2023 class, Haynes is a three-star athlete who ranks at No. 15 among wide receivers in Pennsylvania and at No. 83 in the country.

In his latest season, he led North Penn to an 11-1 record with a total of 25 catches for 483 yards and five touchdowns.

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Following this outstanding performance, Haynes took his skills during the offseason to the Rivals Camp in Philadelphia, where he garnered the MVP title for receivers.

With a nickname like "Speedy", it's no great mystery what his main attribute is. Having ran down a 4.39 40-yard dash at Penn State's Whiteout camp, this is a receiver who can outrun any top defensive-men on the line.

Haynes will join four-star Raymond Cottrell as Georgia's second receiver commit for the class of 2023.

Haynes' pledge to Georgia's program solidifies its 2023 recruiting class rank at No. 3 in the nation.

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