Georgia has its running back commit for the 2019 class as 4-star Kenny McIntosh committed to the Bulldogs Wednesday morning. McIntosh took to Twitter Wednesday morning to make the decision. The commitment comes just days after his official visit for the Auburn game after the team toted the rock for 300 yards.
According to the latest 247Sports Composite rankings, the 6-1 218 pound running back ranks as the No. 10 running back. McIntosh made the decision over Miami, Oklahoma, and 19 other offers.
He has averaged 13.1 yards per carry this season with 16 touchdowns and one catching score. It seems the Bulldogs got the tailback they wanted in McIntosh. Georgia was the sixth program to give him an offer way back on March 10, 2016. For most of his recruitment, he seemed to be a Miami lock because his broth RJ McIntosh played there.
McIntosh became interested after John Emery Jr. de-committed from the Bulldogs last month.
Georgia now has 18 commitments for the 2019 cycle and currently rank as the No. 3 class in the country.