Clemson DT target commits to Georgia


by - Assoc. Editor -
Discuss on the Football Message Board   Print   | TigerNetcom Facebook ClemsonTigerNet Twitter TigerNet RSS Feed
Recruiting Home Search Recruits Recruiting Board
Julian Rochester - Defensive Tackle Copy Embed Code
TigerNet: (4.53)

Height: 6-6   Weight: 280   Hometown: Powder Springs, GA (McEachern HS)   Class: 2016
ESPN:
Rivals:
Scout:
24/7:
Clemson DT target commits to Georgia

Five-star 2016 Powder Springs (GA) McEachern defensive tackle Julian Rochester committed to Georgia on Thursday according to his twitter account. He chose the Bulldogs over Auburn, Clemson, Louisville, LSU and many other programs.

He decided to commit to Georgia while on an unofficial visit with his family.

TigerNet spoke with Rochester in early May and he had said that Clemson was "very much in the mix with Auburn and Georgia."

The 6-6, 320-pounder had offers from all of the top national programs, and is ranked fourth nationally - regardless of position - in the ESPN 300.

Rochester plans to enroll early and is the #13 commitment for the Georgia's 2016 recruiting class.




Tags: Julian Rochester
View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's Julian Rochester Recruiting Profile
Send Feedback to Tony Crumpton: Email | Comment
Discuss on the Football Message Board   Print   | TigerNetcom Facebook ClemsonTigerNet Twitter TigerNet RSS Feed
Loading...
Post your comments!
Clemson classes canceled until 12:15 pm
Clemson classes canceled until 12:15 pm
WATCH: Clemson DT benches impressive 500 pounds
WATCH: Clemson DT benches impressive 500 pounds
Big in-state OL target recaps visit to Clemson spring game
Big in-state OL target recaps visit to Clemson spring game
Clemson completes sweep at Wake Sunday
Clemson completes sweep at Wake Sunday
Clemson's fresh squeezed lemonade goes viral
Clemson's fresh squeezed lemonade goes viral
North Carolina corner has Clemson out front after spring game visit
North Carolina corner has Clemson out front after spring game visit
Clemson edges Wake Forest
Clemson edges Wake Forest
Wide Receiver U: Coaches think current group of receivers can be special
Wide Receiver U: Coaches think current group of receivers can be special
Former Georgia Southern player hoping to win a championship of his own at Clemson
Former Georgia Southern player hoping to win a championship of his own at Clemson
State
Position
Last Name

Sign Up for E-Mail News Alerts
Features
Updates
Daily Digest
Clemson Gear
Clemson Gear