Jermaine Burton is a bi-coastal man. The four-star Calabasas High receiver has bounced back and forth between the edges of the continental United States, but appeared to be ready to lock in a pledge to spend the next four years in the Louisiana Bayou far from the Atlantic or Pacific Oceans proper. Burton committed to Louisiana State nearly eight months ago, but on the first day of the December early signing period, he chose to be closer to the coast, flipping his commitment and signing with the Georgia Bulldogs. The 6-foot-0 1/2, 190-pound wideout will sow new roots in college by returning to his roots. Burton was born in Orlando but moved to the Atlanta-area when he was a toddler. He spent time in high schools in Georgia and Florida before enrolling at Calabasas before his junior season when he had 40 catches for 863 yards and 14 touchdowns for the Coyotes. He went back to IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla. briefly this year before returning to close out his career at Calabasas, helping the team reach the playoffs before falling to eventual CIF Open Division state champion St. John Bosco. Burton became the second high-profile receiver to shun LSU on Wednesday after five-star wideout Rakim Jarrett surprisingly flipped his commitment to Maryland. Burton is ranked the No. 8 receiver in the nation, per the 247Sports Composite rankings. He is the No. 52 overall prospect. Analysts at 247Sports have him ranked higher than their industry counterparts, rating Burton as the No. 24 overall player and No. 4 receiver in the nation.