Did No. 1 recruit Justin Fields commits to Georgia?

Quarterback Justin Fields, the No. 1-ranked prospect in the country, is staying home.

Fields, a 6-foot-3, 221-pound dual-threat from Kennesaw, Georgia, committed to the Georgia Bulldogs on Friday morning at a school pep rally, ending a recruitment that had been trending in that direction since August.

He selected Georgia over Florida State, Auburn, LSU and Alabama after making a number of visits to various programs since June, with the Seminoles having been the top competition throughout the summer.

The one-time Penn State commit made trips to Georgia, Florida State, LSU, Florida, Auburn and Alabama after decommitting from the Nittany Lions on June 6. Fields had been on campus at Georgia a handful of times since then, including at the Bulldogs' blowout wins over Samford and Mississippi State in September. Read more at ESPN.

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