A Tiger is now a Dawg. Cartersville, Ga., offensive lineman Josh Brock has decided to officially switch his intentions.
After committing to Clemson early on in the recruiting process, Brock, a 6-foot-3 and 280-pound offensive guard, said early this morning that he's going to commit to Georgia this weekend on an unofficial visit to UGA for the South Carolina game.
"It's home," Brock said about his decision. "Georgia has always been home. I really love Clemson, and feel bad for having to switch, but Georgia is home."
The four-star guard is one of the top line prospects in the Southeast and begins to help fill a major need for the Dawgs, who could take as many as 10 linemen this season.
"That played a factor," Brock said.
"They need linemen bad, and if I get there in December I can compete in spring practices and get a shot at playing early."