Georgia lands 2024 TE Reddell
Georgia added to its 2024 recruiting class Wednesday, landing four-star tight end Jaden Reddell.
Reddell committed to Georgia over the likes of Alabama, Tennessee, Oregon, and Notre Dame.
The 6-foot-5 pass-catcher is ranked 67th on the ESPN 300. He's also the second-ranked tight end in the recruiting class.
Reddell is Georgia's 16th 2024 commit and 10th ESPN 300 addition.
The Bulldogs' winning ways and their tight end usage played key roles in Reddell's decision.
"The production of tight ends they have had really stands out to me," Reddell told On3's Hayes Fawcett. "Also, I know if I go to Georgia, I am going to win and be able to play for a championship. Also, my connection with (tight ends coach Todd) Hartley and the rest of the coaching staff is unmatched. Also, the connection I have with the rest of the committed '24 class."
Reddell finished his junior high school season with 49 receptions, 1,002 yards, and 12 touchdowns.
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