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Wide receivers have come off the board quickly during the 2023 recruiting cycle.

In fact, entering the week the nation's top-19 pass-catchers had all already announced their decisions.

No. 20? That would be Lakeland High School (Florida) four-star wide receiver Tyler Williams.

The 6-foot-3, 200-pound receiver was down to a final six of Clemson, Georgia, Miami, Ole Miss, South Carolina and Texas A&M.

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On Tuesday, Williams made his decision, committing to the Bulldogs.

“I have a great relationship with all of the coaches, but I feel like I have the best relationship with coach BMac [Bryan McClendon],” Williams told On3. “They plan on using me both inside and outside, as well as on special teams. I feel like I can be used as a weapon anywhere." 

Georgia's 2023 recruiting class is rated No. 2 nationally with the addition of Williams and gives the Bulldogs a trio of big-time wide receivers, as he joins Milton (Florida) playmaker Raymond Cottrell and North Penn (Pennsylvania) three-star prospect Yawed Haynes. 

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