Georgia defensive end Joey Bosa committed to Georgia on Wednesday.
Bosa, who turns 25 on Saturday, was committed to the Bulldogs as of Tuesday.
The 6-foot-4, 230-pounder from Kennesaw, Georgia, is rated the nation’s No. 8-rated defensive end.
Bosa was one of Georgia’s top prospects entering the 2016 class.
He was considered one of the top prospects in the country entering his senior season.
Bosa averaged 10.4 tackles for loss and seven sacks as a junior.
He was one a first-team All-SEC selection as a senior and earned first-Team All-America honors as a sophomore.
He also earned first team All-ACC honors as the No. 17 overall recruit in the class of 2016.
Georgia’s secondary is loaded with talent, with four players already in the starting lineup: Deandre Baker, Kavon Frazier, Tavon Wilson and Tre’Davious White.
In 2017, Bosa and Frazier both became first-year starters at corner for Georgia.
Frazier, who started at safety in 2016, started in 2017 at safety and was a first team all-conference selection as the senior.
Barton, the 2017 No. 10 overall recruit, started at cornerback as a true freshman.
He earned first squad All-Atlantic Coast Conference honors in 2017.