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At Georgia, Landon Roldan quickly became well-known to the general public. His entire life, the Bulldogs have been a household name.

For a number of years, the North Oconee (Ga.) athlete has been a gifted local prospect. It was only lately, though, that he began to get the attention of the in-state Bulldogs as a recruit.

After excelling in a recent camp, he went back for a one-on-one workout with offensive coaches. In the end, he accepted an offer from Georgia in mid-June.

In less than two weeks from the initial offer, Roldan is prepared to adopt the moniker “Dawg.” Just a few days after his official visit, he made his commitment to Georgia on Thursday. On Tuesday, he informed the Georgia coaches of his choice over the phone.

“Two days ago, I knew it was Georgia. “I called Coach [Mike] Bobo, James Coley, and Kirby Smart, and their responses were incredible,” he said, explaining his choice to Dawgs247. “They were just overjoyed to have me join the family.”

When it came down to it, this choice had taken a lifetime to make.

“From a young age, UGA has been my ideal school, so I felt it was the correct choice,” Roldan stated. “I am also confident that attending UGA will help me advance as a player. Being able to play for the local team and be a local player is fantastic. Being able to play for the team my family truly dreams of is fantastic because my entire family supports Georgia.”

At the next level, the 6-foot, 180-pound athlete is expected to play wide receiver. In preparation for Georgia, Kirby Smart, Mike Bobo, and James Coley closely examined him.

The fact that the head coach made the official offer to Roldan was indicative of how much the Bulldogs desired to have Roldan join the team.

I was brought aside by Coach Smart, who said, ‘We’re going to make you an offer.’ I was pretty hyped up about it and excited,” Roldan had stated earlier in the spring. Since they had been my school since I was a little child, I was naturally rather excited.

The Bulldogs won Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate thanks to Roldan’s swift move to Georgia. The local three-star was initially leaning heavily toward Georgia Tech following a visit there in the first month of the year.

A few hours after accepting his Georgian offer, he made his way back to Atlanta for an official visit. The Bulldogs had already begun to take this recruiting seriously by that point.

According to 247Sports’ recruiting rankings, Roldan is rated as a 3-star prospect. He ranks as Georgia’s No. 44 player and the nation’s No. 63 wide receiver.

In addition, according to Perfect Game, he has experience in baseball and boasts a 6.65-second 60-yard dash. Roldan ran a sub-4.4 40-yard sprint on May 30 during the Georgia camp, according to a source who spoke with Dawgs247.

Along with Thomas Blackshear, Talyn Taylor, and Tyler Williams, Georgia now has four wide receiver pledges in the 2025 recruiting class with Roldan’s commitment. Roldan and Williams enrolled in the class on consecutive days. Third place in the 247Sports team rankings goes to Georgia. The Bulldogs have committed to a total of 17 players in the 2025 class.