That was fast.

Shortly after making an offer to 2019 OL Luke Griffin on Saturday, Georgia received a commitment from the 6-foot-5, 275-pounder.

Griffin was in Athens for a football camp on Saturday, where he made a strong impression on the Bulldogs coaching staff.

According to dawgnation.com, Smart also had his eye on another top prospect, this one from the class of 2018:

UGA had a football camp on Saturday after hosting 7-on-7 tournaments the previous two days. Quarterback Trevor Lawrence, the nation’s No. 1 prospect for 2018, was also spotted with the Bulldogs on Saturday. Lawrence is from Cartersville (Ga.) High School, and UGA coach Kirby Smart will go to Cartersville for a satellite camp, presumably to impress Lawrence.

Griffin was the Bulldogs’ first commit for the 2019 recruiting class.