Ryan Montgomery is headed to the SEC, and he revealed his college commitment Wednesday afternoon.

A 4-star prospect out of Findlay (OH) High School, Montgomery had whittled his list of offers down to a final 3 of Florida, Georgia and South Carolina. In the end, Montgomery was unable to turn down Kirby Smart’s Bulldogs with a commitment to Georgia.

According to the 247 Sports Composite, Montgomery is listed at 6-foot-3 and 215 pounds as the 14th QB in the country for the 2025 recruiting class. He was a finalist for the Ohio Mr. Football award in 2023 after throwing for over 3,300 yards and 38 touchdowns with 10 rushing touchdowns.

Across 3 high school seasons, Montgomery has compiled 89 passing touchdowns to 22 interceptions. He’s rated the No. 170 player regardless of position for the cycle, and his older brother, Luke, is an offensive lineman at Ohio State.

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Impact for Georgia

The addition of Montgomery gives Georgia 8 hard commitments so far in the 2025 recruiting cycle, a group that ranks 13th nationally per the 247 Sports Composite. 7 of Georgia’s 8 current commitments received a 4-star or better rating with 5-star tight end Elyiss Williams (the 19th overall prospect nationally) leading the pack.

Montgomery’s decision does leave South Carolina and Florida still in search of a QB commitment for the cycle. We’ll see how those 2 programs adjust moving forward, but it’s another key recruiting win for Smart’s Bulldogs.