Georgia picks up third commitment in June from Owen Condon

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Georgia picks up third commitment in June from Owen Condon

Owen Condon (left) with Georgia o-line coach Sam Pittman (right) (Photo from Owen Condon/Twitter)
Owen Condon (left) with Georgia o-line coach Sam Pittman (right)
(Photo: Owen Condon/Twitter)

Georgia continues its hot streak as the Bulldogs pick up commitment number six for the 2018 class. Offensive linemen Owen Condon announced his decision to “commit to the G” on June 10 after a multi-day visit in Athens at UGA with his family. He is a legacy target for the Bulldogs as his mother is an alumna.

The Oklahoma City lineman stands at 6-7, 300-pounds where Condon primarily plays offensive tackle for Bishop McGuinness High School. According to 247 Sports and Rivals, he is currently rated a 3-star offensive tackle prospect, and 247 Sports’ composite ranking has Condon as the 41st best OT. Despite the 3-star rating, Condon is a huge pickup for Georgia and his highlight videos speak for itself. With his size and stature, he can contribute early for Georgia.

Sam Pittman leads the recruitment for Condon and is one of the reason’s he committed to Georgia. According to an article, Pittman’s track record impressed Condon and is a reason he chose Georgia.
Condon currently has 22 scholarship offers, including from Arkansas, Flordia, Texas A&M, and Vanderbilt. The Bulldogs offered the 2018 prospect on March 16 while he was on an unofficial visit. Georgia opens June up with three big commitments with Condon joining Warren Ericson and Rachad Wildgoose, Jr., who both committed to the Dogs last weekend on June 2nd. RareBreed18, as the players have nicknamed the 2018 recruiting class, seems to be taking off after a rocky start for the Bulldogs.


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Savannah Leigh is a recent graduate of the Grady College of Journalism at the University of Georgia. She is an avid SEC, Dawgs, and college football fan. She also adores her four-year-old black lab, Champ Bailey.