"Georgia has been gaining moment lately and plus the death of Tre Tre (former Creekside player De’Antre Turman who passed away a year ago today after a scrimmage) and plus Jason Stanley committing just seemed like the perfect time," Ledbetter said of his flip from Alabama to Georgia. "I couldn't wait anymore," he said. After completing the first scrimmage of the year Ledbetter drove to Athens and committed to the Bulldogs on Saturday night. It is a move that has been anticipated for some time, but Ledbetter’s actual flip from Alabama to Georgia was not anticipated this weekend. Still, it continues the massive recruiting roll the Bulldogs have been on of late. In fact, Georgia may be having its most significant recruiting week of the year. Five days after the Bulldogs got a commitment from 5-star Trenton Thompson, Georgia secured two four-star prospects on Saturday night. Creekside WR Jayson Stanley tweeted his decision to pick the Bulldogs earlier Saturday night. "I've wanted to do this for awhile," Ledbetter said. "I was thinking about it, but when my brother got in it was just a clear sign... it feels great to be a dawg, and I am glad I get to stay home and represent my state."