2021 four-star Plantation High School wide receiver Jacolby George announced his commitment to the University of Miami through social media on Wednesday.
George chose Miami over Penn State, Georgia Tech, UCF, and others. He was formerly part of UM’s 2021 recruiting class but opened his recruitment back up following the shocking 30-24 loss to FIU back in November.
As a junior, George caught 46 passes for 1,030 yards and 12 touchdowns in nine games for a Plantation team that went 9-2 and made the second round of the 7A state playoffs. The 5-foot-11, 161-pound receiver added 191 yards and three scores on the ground.
247Sports classifies the All-Broward 8A-6A first-team selection as the No. 178 player in the 2021 recruiting cycle and the No. 26 prospect in the Sunshine State.
George becomes commit No. 15 for Miami, and the first from a player classified at wide receiver. Being one of South Florida’s top receivers in the 2021 recruiting cycle, his speed and explosiveness will thrive under Rhett Lashlee’s air-raid offense.