defensive end Naim Mustafaa was Georgia's first 2013 commitment at the all important outside linebacker position in Todd Grantham's 3-4 defense, but that is no longer the case.
The 3-star defensive end told UGASports on Saturday that he has flipped his pledge from UGA to Oklahoma State.
"I switched," said Mustaffa in a telephone interview with UGASports Saturday. "I'm going to Oklahoma State and I'll be playing defensive end instead of 3-4 outside linebacker."
Mustafaa spoke was on his way to Stillwater when he informed UGASports that he would now be a Cowboy instead of a Bulldog.
"I'm at the airport now on my way there," said Mustafaa.
Friday night the Alpharetta native told UGASports that he still planned to enroll early at Georgia and was still solid to the Bulldogs, but would not comment on when or what changed his mind.
He did, however, say that there are no hard feelings between him and the Georgia program.
"No. Its all good," said Mustafaa when asked if there were any issues between him and Georgia. "Everything is fine."
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