Highly-Touted In-State Lineman Decommits From Georgia

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    One of the best players in the state is back on the market.

    Franklin (Tenn.) offensive tacke Max Wray, ranked as the No. 4 offensive tackle and the No. 55 overall player in the nation in the 2018 class by the 247Sports composite ranking, decommitted from Georgia on Friday, opening up his recruitment to several teams, according to multiple reports.

    The news came following a visit for Wray to Alabama, so it’d be natural to assume that the Crimson Tide might be the new team to beat. But several other teams could be in the mix as well. Clemson, Auburn, LSU and Tennessee are among the other schools of interest for the 6-foot-6, 290 pounder out of the Midstate area.

    Tennessee currently has a pair of commitments in the 2018 class – offensive lineman Cade Mays and wide receiver Alontae Taylor. The Vols took three offensive linemen – Trey Smith, K’Rojhn Calbert and Riley Locklear – in the 2017 class.

    Wray visited Knoxville during spring practice last year and a could be a candidate to return this year.