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Report: Top 2019 QB Recruit Might Flip His Commitment

An exterior view of Texas A&M's football stadium.

COLLEGE STATION, TX - APRIL 13: An exterior of the stadium before the start of Texas A&M Aggies Maroon & White spring football game at Kyle Field on April 13, 2013 in College Station, Texas. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)

Zach Calzada, a pro-style quarterback recruit out of Buford, Ga., might be the most-underrated QB prospect in the 2019 class. The 6-foot-3 recruit is a three-star prospect, but he's being pursued by some of the biggest programs in the country.

The QB is currently committed to Texas A&M, but Georgia is reportedly attempting to flip his commitment.

Georgia is reportedly set to lose five-star freshman Justin Fields to a transfer and this would leave the Bulldogs with almost no depth behind starter Jake Fromm.

The quarterback recruit said earlier today that he wasn't sure if he'd be signing with Texas A&M.

That's a "shrugging" emoji, for those unaware.

ESPN is also reporting that Georgia is heavily pursuing the QB recruit.

From ESPN.com:

The Bulldogs have a verbal commitment from dual-threat quarterback John Rhys Plumlee of Hattiesburg, Mississippi, the No. 148 prospect in the ESPN 300. However, it's unclear if Plumlee will sign with Georgia when the early signing period begins on Wednesday.

The Bulldogs are also actively pursuing quarterback Zach Calzada of Sugar Hill, Georgia, who is committed to Texas A&M.

The early signing period begins on Wednesday. It should be a fun morning.