Top100 offensive tackle Max Wray out of Franklin (Tenn.) High School has decommitted from Georgia. 247Sports confirmed the decommitment with Max's father, Sam Wray, on Friday afternoon. The decision comes after Max, along with his younger brother Jake Wray and his parents, took an unofficial visit to Alabama and spent the day with Nick Saban and the Alabama staff. Wray followed that visit up with a Friday trip to Clemson to meet with Dabo Swinney. Currently ranked as the No. 4 offensive tackle in the country according to the 247Sports Composite rankings, Wray had been committed to Georgia since March of 2016. The decision to back off that pledge, according to his father, comes in an effort evaluate every program pursuing him to determine the best opportunity to to achieve his ultimate goal of playing offensive tackle in the NFL.