"I committed to Georgia today," said Flowers. "They're recruiting me to play cornerback. My heart and soul has always been with running back, but if they need me to play corner to make the team better, then I'll play corner. I just want to win."
Flowers did a little bit of everything on the field this year for Pebblebrook. He had 1,246 yards from scrimmage with 19 touchdowns, 46 tackles and one interception, was the punt and kick returner, and he was the long snapper on punts and extra points. He never left the field, and he will be a valuable asset to the Bulldogs next season.
"When I took my visit up to Georgia last weekend, the people really treated me well. There wasn't any one thing about Georgia that made me pick them; it was everything. Albert Hollis was my host on the visit, and he's working out trying to get ready for next year."
Flowers Announces Commitment
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