Akinola Ogunbiyi's recruitment has been all over the place. The four-star Texas native decommitted from Texas A&M last month.
He had been pledged to the Aggies since June 2018. He has been getting serious attention from other major programs in the last few months.
Back in February, Ohio State came through with an offer. At the time, while still committed to the Aggies, he called it his "dream school."
Ogunbiyi's new decision is in, but he isn't a Buckeye.
This afternoon, Akinola Ogunbiyi announced his commitment to the Georgia Bulldogs.
He made the announcement on Twitter:
The full note:
"An opportunity like this only comes once in a lifetime. After great thought, prayer, and deliberation. I have made my decision. Firstly I want to thank my Mom for being my rock and council throughout this process. Secondly I would like to thank coach Pittman for believing in me and offering me a scholarship to play at THE University of Georgia. And Thirdly I want to thank the Lord for blessings me with this opportunity. With that being said I AM ANNOUNCING MY COMMITMENT TO THE UNIVERSITY TO THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA #GoDawgs"
Ogunbiyi had a number of other big opportunities. He held an Alabama offer, and recently visits the Oklahoma Sooners, which also extended an offer.
He is the No. 242 player in the class of 2020. He's the No. 12 offensive guard and No. 34 player in Texas.