Charlie Woerner’s favorite band is The Beatles. UGA fans are hoping the 4-star recruit and the Bulldogs “Come Together” whenever Woerner decides to make his commitment.
The receiver from Rabun County High School has a top 3 (in no order) of UGA, Alabama and Oregon. He told the AJC that he believes he’s a top priority at UGA.
“I believe I’m in their top 3,” Woerner said. “But I’m not entirely too sure on where I rank on (UGA’s) board.”
The 6-foot-5, 235-pounder has only made one college visit this summer — to UGA’s 7-on-7 tournament last month. The good news for Bulldog fans is that it might be his only summer trip. Woerner said he doesn’t have any plans to visit anywhere else, and he’s unsure if he’ll return to UGA for Dawg Night prospect camp on July 18.
Woerner’s recruitment is shrouded in mystery, although some think that UGA may be a frontrunner. He’s the nephew of UGA great Scott Woerner, who intercepted a pass against Notre Dame to seal the 1980 national championship. The state’s No. 13 prospect doesn’t know when he will announce his college commitment.
“I really don’t want to drag out the process,” he said. “I just want to make sure I make the right decision and it could take time.”
Watch the video below to see which NFL player Rabun County head coach Lee Shaw compared Woerner to.