2024 safety Peyton Woodyard flips commitment from Georgia to Alabama

Safety On Tuesday morning, Peyton Woodyard, a student in the class of 2024, announced that he would be switching his commitment from Georgia to Alabama.

Since the beginning of the year, Woodyard has indicated that he will play for the Bulldogs.

According to several reliable sources, USC, Alabama, and Ohio State are considering withdrawing their offer to Woodyard.

In the end, the Crimson Tide was successful in their mission to reunite Woodyard with his longtime friend Zabien Brown. Brown made his commitment to Alabama in July.

St. John Bosco High School in Bellflower, California, is where Woodyard gets his athletic training and competes for the school.

It’s intriguing to learn that Peyton’s dad, Gerald Woodyard, was born in Mobile, but the family eventually relocated to California. Despite their formative years in California, Peyton and his family have spent their whole lives rooting for Alabama.

The following is a discussion that took place between Woodyard and Hayes Fawcett of On3 about the Crimson Tide:

Woodyard is the fourth defensive back to sign a commitment to Alabama as a part of the school’s recruiting class for 2024.

In addition to Jameer Grimsley, Jaylen Mbakwe and Zabien Brown have also committed to playing defensive back for the team.

Roll Tide Wire provides a breakdown of the recruiting profile of Peyton Woodyard.

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