Recruiting: 2024 WR Ny Carr commits to Georgia
After having multiple class of 2023 prospects commit to other programs this past weekend, Georgia got great news on Tuesday as 2024 wide receiver target Ny Carr pledged to be a Bulldog.
The four-star pass-catcher released the news via his personal Twitter account.
He is considered an elite prospect at the wide receiver position. In fact, Carr chose the Bulldogs over Tennessee, Penn State, Ohio State, Michigan, USC, Arkansas and South Carolina.
Carr is rated the No. 66 overall prospect in the 2024 recruiting cycle, the No. 10 wide receiver and the No. 14 player in the state of Georgia, according to the 247Sports Composite.
The 6-foot, 170-pound wideout plays at powerhouse Colquitt County in South Georgia. He helped lead the Packers to an 8-3 overall record during his sophomore campaign. Carr also hauled in 40 completions for 856 yards and 13 touchdowns last season. He also earned Region 1-AAAAAAA honors for his on-field performance in 2021.
Georgia wide receivers coach Bryan McClendon was the lead recruiter in this process. Carr became a top target for the former Bulldog wideout when he took the job earlier this year.
Carr attended Georgia’s “Junior Day” back in late January. He then took an unofficial visit a few months later in March. Carr returned to Athens on June 23 when UGA hosted Colquitt County for a 7-on-7 camp with other high schools. He committed nearly two weeks later.
Carr becomes the only member of the Bulldog's 2024 recruiting haul after four-star safety Antoine Jackson flipped his commitment from Georgia to Miami earlier this week on July 2.
He is currently entering his junior year at Colquitt County, where he also plays basketball and runs track. Carrs’ teammate and classmate, five-star tight end Landen Thomas, is also a top prospect for the Bulldogs in the 2024 recruiting class. UGA actively has one former Colquitt County player on its roster right now in running back Daijun Edwards.