Harrow to Georgia

Quintavious Harrow picked up an offer from Georgia last week and before visiting them officially this weekend he committed to them.

"Quintavious Harrow has committed to Georgia," Carver Head Coach Dell McGee told Scout Wednesday afternoon.

Harrow is pushing 6-feet tall and weighing right around 185 pounds right now and he was offered by Georgia as more of an athlete, but will likely end up in the secondary and on special teams.

"He really was great on special teams for us at Carver and I think he will help Georgia in the defensive backfield and on special teams. He has a lot of speed, he plays very fast, and he blitzed off the edge well for us also."

The player himself agrees with that.

"I plan to go up to Georgia and play safety and do whatever I can to help them on special teams," Harrow said. "I just love Georgia, so I will do whatever the coaches ask me to."

The coaches from Georgia were happy this afternoon when they received the call from Harrow.

"I called Coach [Mark] Richt and told him I was ready to commit. He said, great and welcome to the family. It was exciting."

It was exciting to Harrow because he has been a fan of the Dawgs all of his life.

"I have wanted to be a Bulldog for a long time and I love the coaches, the players, and the atmosphere there. Georgia is just where I want to be and I know it is the place for me."

Now, he wants his teammate and relative Isaiah Crowell to join him.

"Oh yeah, I am going to try to get him there with me. We are visiting there this weekend and I will be talking to him about it."

The Carver athlete is commitment 19 for Georgia in 2011.

Chad Simmons started out with Scout in 2003 covering top talent in Georgia and other areas in the South. He then moved on to another Recruiting Service from 2004-2008 before returning to Scout the first of 2009 to become Southeast Recruiting Manager.
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