Georgia football secures commitment from a fast three-star prospect from the Athens area.

Georgia football has secured another local talent for their 2025 recruiting class.

Landon Roldan, a senior wide receiver from North Oconee High School, confirmed his commitment to the Bulldogs via social media on Thursday night.

Roldan, standing at 6 feet tall and weighing 180 pounds, is rated as a three-star prospect. According to his coach Tyler Aurandt, he is the first player from North Oconee to commit to UGA. In the 247Sports Composite rankings for the class of 2025, Roldan is ranked as the 97th wide receiver nationally and the 68th prospect in the state of Georgia.

Despite his rankings, Roldan has impressed the coaching staff with his performance.

“He attended their camp a few weeks ago and performed exceptionally well,” Aurandt explained. “He did so well that they invited him back for a second camp, where he continued to impress. They offered him a scholarship at the conclusion of the second camp, and he recently completed his official visit.”

Roldan showcased his speed with a reported 40-yard dash time of 4.37 seconds, as noted by’s Radi Nabulsi.

His playing style draws comparisons to Ladd McConkey, another former Georgia receiver who was drafted by the Chargers in 2024 after a successful career with the Bulldogs. Like McConkey, who was also a three-star recruit, Roldan’s journey to Georgia reflects his dedication and talent.

Roldan’s commitment marks the 17th for Georgia’s 2025 recruiting class. His decision came after considering offers from schools such as Georgia Tech, Vanderbilt, Central Michigan, and Air Force.

“For Landon, playing at Georgia has always been a dream of his,” Aurandt said. “Being so close to campus, just 15 to 20 minutes away, definitely influenced his decision.”

Kirby Smart, Georgia’s head coach, celebrated Roldan’s commitment with his trademark “Go Dawgs” tweet.