Nation's No. 1 Recruit, Justin Fields, is Staying Home

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The announcement capped Harrison's pep rally ahead of its homecoming game against Sprayberry. Fields had made multiple visits to Georgia in the last few months, and also took an official visit to LSU.

Fields received over 30 scholarship offers, but he had been considering Florida State as one of his top five choices.

Justin Fields is going to be a Georgia Bulldog.

Even without Fields, Penn State still has the third-best class in the nation. A true freshman, Fromm conceivably could serve as the Bulldogs' QB 1 for at least two more years.

Fields is one of the most tantalizing QB prospects in recent memory. Those efforts paid off for the in-state quarterback as he was named to the Under Armour All-America Game roster on September 6. Fields was named the most valuable player of the prestigious Elite 11 competition in Beaverton, Ore., this summer. Fields has rushed for just under 1,800 yards while adding 25 touchdowns on the ground as well. The program is also still in the running to land 5-star defensive end Micah Parsons, who decommitted from Penn State in April.

This season, the Harrison Hoyas are 3-2.

One of the nation's top quarterback prospects, five-star Justin Fields, will make a decision on which college to attend on Friday morning, October 6.

Along with running back Zamir White, Smart and the Bulldogs now have the top quarterback and running back of the 2018 class headed for Athens. Other teams will continue to recruit him until he formally signs with Georgia in the winter. Smart has won his biggest recruiting battle for this cycle.

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