Terrion Arnold is one of, if not the, top safeties in America. As such, it’s no surprise that Arnold is a huge priority for the Georgia Bulldogs in the class of 2021. The Dawgs are losing Richard LeCounte and Mark Webb after this season to graduation and Divaad Wilson transferred to UCF during the summer. UGA will need to replenish depth, quality depth at that, and the John Paul II Catholic School 4-Star standout would go a long way towards that.
Having released a top 11 on August 28, the Tallahassee native announced yesterday on Twitter that he’s soon releasing his top 5.
As most people know I have been taking my recruitment slow and trying to find the best fit for me. With that being said these are the schools I will be continuing with… The journey is just beginning #11 pic.twitter.com/xTPz5mxFOy— Terrion Arnold (@ArnoldTerrion) August 28, 2020
I have very good reason to believe that Georgia will be in the top 5 for Terrion Arnold. If Georgia is able to make it into this select group and ultimately can earn the commitment of Arnold, it would be a huge get for the Dawgs on multiple levels.
Not only is Arnold a tremendously gifted athlete that would have an opportunity to play early and help fortify the safety position for the Dawgs in 2021, but he is also extremely close with Xavian Sorey. Sorey is a linebacker out of the state of Florida that Georgia wants badly. Sorey and Arnold have made it very clear they intend to play together at the next level. Also, current UGA commit, and fellow safety, David Daniel is working on and recruiting Arnold extremely hard!