ATH Jamar Bryant
Richmond Senior High School
Rockingham, North Carolina
Jamar Bryant had one incredible weekend on his official visit to Georgia. Apparently, it was so good, that the North Carolina native went ahead and pulled the trigger on a verbal commitment to the Dawgs.
"I committed to Georgia this weekend," Bryant told CUTigers.com in an interview Sunday evening.
Bryant was in Clemson last weekend for his official visit and came close to pulling the trigger on the Tigers then. When asked if Clemson would have a chance to turn him, Bryant responded:
"I want to talk to the coaches. I want to see if I am really going to have a chance to play if I go to Clemson. I feel like I will have a chance to play wide receiver at Georgia."
When asked how the visit compared to Clemson, Bryant said, "It was about the same. I give the visit to Georgia a 10. I would give Clemson a 9 or 10."
The Tigers are expecting to take one more wide receiver in the 2004 class, and that prospect was expected to be Aaron Kelly, Jamar Bryant, or both.
Bryant was selected to the Shrine Bowl in December and was one of the most prized wide receivers in the south this year. We will continue to keep you updated on Jamar Bryant, right through signing day.
Jamar Bryant Commits to Georgia
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