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Naim Mustafaa switches commitment from UGA to Oklahoma State

Naim Mustafaa is the sixth recruit to de-commit from Georgia.

Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

Defensive end Naim Mustafaa has switched his commitment from Georgia to Oklahoma State, according to Michael Carvell of the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

Mustafaa chose Georgia over Georgia Tech last summer only to alter his decision as he prepares to start school this semester.

The 6-foot-4 defensive lineman feels like he's a better fit at defensive end at Oklahoma State as opposed to playing outside linebacker for the Georgia next season. Mustafaa has aspirations to play in the NFL some day and feels that Oklahoma State is a better path for him to achieve his goals.

Mustafaa also said that it's hard for him not to go to school in his home state, but he felt like he needed to do what's best for him and his professional aspirations.

Below is a list of other recruits that have de-committed from Georgia this past year:

RB Derrick Henry
WR Kyrin Priester
RB-WR Tramel Terry
OL Trenton Brown
DB Steven Nelson
DT Kelsey Griffin

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