Dominick Blaylock, the nation's No. 2 receiver in the 2019 signing class, committed Sunday afternoon via social media to the University of Georgia.
Blaylock has been raised as the stepson of Chattanooga Lookouts co-owner John Woods, and he is the biological son of former Atlanta Hawks guard Mookie Blaylock. His two older brothers, Daron and Zack Blaylock, played football at Kentucky under both Joker Phillips and Mark Stoops, with Zack transferring last year to Kennesaw State as a graduate student.
The 6-foot, 175-pound Blaylock is from Walton High in Marietta, and he is rated the No. 21 overall prospect in the 2019 class, according to 247Sports.com. The five-star talent picked the Bulldogs out of a final three that included Auburn and Clemson.
"I'm a Dawg!!!" Blaylock posted on Twitter, adding the hashtag "newbreed19."
The Bulldogs received a commitment in March from the nation's No. 1 receiver in the 2019 class, Jadon Haselwood (6-3, 180) of Cedar Grove, Ga. Haselwood is the No. 10 overall recruit nationally in the class.
Georgia already has six commitments for its 2019 class, and all six are top-200 prospects. Topping the list is defensive end Nolan Smith (6-3, 223) of IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla., who is the No. 3 overall prospect.
Blaylock was the second of two 2019 commitments this weekend for the Bulldogs, who on Saturday landed outside linebacker J.D. Bertrand (6-1, 215) of Roswell, Ga.
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