BREAKING: Georgia Football Recruiting, Raylen Wilson disengages from Michigan Football


Raylen Wilson, a linebacker from Tallahassee, Fla., is one of the top inside linebackers in the 2023 recruiting class and will return to the open market.

247Sports’ composite talent ranks Wilson as a four-star prospect, making him the 5th-best linebacker in the class, 16th-best player in Florida and 73rd nationally among all other prospects.

Since announcing his verbal commitment to the University of Michigan in December 2021, he has been a top target on the Georgia board as an inside linebacker, with inside linebackers coach Glenn Schumann pushing strong to tip him over to the Bulldogs.

News broke on Tuesday night that the current four-star prospect is now backing down from his verbal commitment to the Wolverines and will reopen his recruiting.

The news comes after Georgia received its first linebacker in the Class of 2023 with the commitment of fellow four-star linebacker CJ Allen. After a busy month of June, hundreds of prospects passed through Athens for camps and tours. Wilson was one of those prospects, as he made his official visit to Georgia on June 3, which turned out to be the Bulldogs’ first big recruiting weekend of the summer. After a successful visit to Athens, the Bulldogs should be in a prime position to land Wilson when he decides to end his recruiting.

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