Two of the nation’s top high school juniors committed to UGA on Saturday.

Ben Cleveland, a 5-star offensive tackle from Stephens County High School, and Jacob Eason, a 5-star quarterback from Lake Stevens, Wash., both pledged to UGA after competing together in the Dawg Night prospect camp on Friday.

Cleveland and Eason are both ranked among the nation’s top 22 college football prospects for 2016, per the composite rankings. They are UGA’s first two commitments for its 2016 class.

The 6-foot-7, 320-pound Cleveland is ranked as the state’s No. 2 overall prospect for 2016, along with the nation’s No. 3 offensive tackle. Cleveland had around 20 offers, including Alabama, Clemson, Florida and Auburn, but was always considered a strong lean to UGA.

The 6-5, 205-pound Eason is UGA’s most celebrated QB recruit since Matt Stafford. He flew to Athens with his parents for Dawg and to visit UGA’s campus for the weekend.

Eason is rated as the nation’s No. 2 pro-style quarterback and the nation’s No. 14 overall prospect. He was also considering Notre Dame, Washington, Stanford and Alabama, among others.