The Georgia Bulldogs landed commitment No. 15 to its 2020 recruiting class Sunday night.

Three-star offensive guard Devin Willock committed to the Bulldogs just days after decommitting from Penn State. The Paramus, New Jersey, native is ranked as the nation’s No. 67 offensive guard and the state’s No. 22 overall prospect for the class, according to 247Sports Composite Rankings.

The 6-foot-6, 345-pound lineman had been committed to the Nittany Lions since early September; however, with Georgia’s addition of Matt Luke, Willock pulled the trigger for the Bulldogs after decommitting from Penn State.

Following Sam Pittman’s exit to Arkansas, former Georgia commit Joshua Braun flipped to Florida and has already enrolled. That left an open spot for the Bulldogs along the offensive line, and Willock filled it rather quickly.

He shared his commitment via Twitter.

You can watch Willock’s high school highlights below: