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#1 QB recruit commits to Georgia


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Georgia found its quarterback — its Class of 2026 quarterback, to be clear.

Nashville Christian (Tenn.) quarterback Jared Curtis has committed to Georgia over several other top contenders. Curtis is currently on a visit to Georgia. He has been trending toward the Bulldogs since his game visit last season for the South Carolina game.

"You can just tell they're a winning program. Every time I go up there, you can tell the culture is different there," Curtis told Dawgs247 in the fall. "I've really started building a strong relationship with Coach Bobo."

Curtis becomes Georgia's first commitment in the 2026 class, immediately the staple member of the future group.

The 6-foot-4, 225-pound quarterback ranks as the No. 1 overall player in the 2026 class, per the 247Sports rankings. With that, he's the No. 1 quarterback.

Curtis' last visit prior to this spring practice visit that he committed during was for a Georgia game in the fall. That atmosphere helped tip Georgia over the edge.

"It's just crazy. Every play, every single defensive play for Georgia, it felt in the stadium like they'd just won the national championship," Curtis said. "It was that loud in there. It gets crazier and crazier throughout the game. It was wild. I really liked that. Just that and the relationship with Coach Bobo and Coach Gummy, it was good to get back with them."

Here's a scouting report from the247Sports scouting team:

"A big-armed quarterback prospect with some moxie. Owns a favorable build having measured roughly 6-foot-3, 215 pounds as a 9th grader. Started football career off playing running back before getting a look under center. Instantly found success at his new position, earning Mr. Football runner-up honors in Tennessee after a freshman campaign in which he won 10 games and totaled just over 2,750 yards of offense. Not afraid to dial up the deep ball and tends to connect on plenty of vertical shots. Also excels at hitting timing-based breaking routes over the middle. Shouldn’t be classified as a true dual-treat talent, but can move the chains with his legs and work off-script when the pocket collapses. Camp footage shows both pace and touch. Must keep developing and learn how to read the complex defenses he will face at the next level, but looks like one of the top signal callers early on in the 2026 cycle. Likely to find success in a variety of different offensive systems given his well-rounded skill set."



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