Dwight Phillips Jr. has some serious speed as a 4-star prospect in the 2024 recruiting class. On Saturday, he announced his commitment on where he will begin his college career.

A 5-foot-11 and 170-pound recruit out of Pebblebrook High School in Mableton, Georgia, Phillips announced an in-state commitment to Kirby Smart’s Bulldog program. Phillips becomes the 9th commitment to Georgia’s 2024 recruiting class, a group that currently ranks No. 1 nationally by the 247 Sports team rankings.

According to the 247 Sports Composite Rankings, Phillips projects as a running back at the next level. He checks in as the No. 4 RB nationally and the No. 13 player out of Georgia for the cycle. Phillips is also a top 75 player and is ranked the 71st overall prospect in the country.

Already, Georgia’s 2024 recruiting class is off to a flying start. Of the 9 current commitments for the Bulldogs, 7 of those players rate as top-100 prospects with 4 of the players ranked inside the top 40 in the country.

Phillips brings elite speed to the program and is a threat every time he touches the ball. His father, Dwight Phillips, was a 2004 Olympic gold medalist in the long jump.

Here’s a look at what the newest commitment for the Bulldogs can do via his Hudl highlights: