Priester Decommits, Considering Options

Georgia lost a 2013 commitment Friday, as receiver Kyrin Priester opened his recruitment back up.

Receiver Kyrin Priester was all set on Georgia in April, excited to verbally commit to the school that produced A.J. Green.

Less than three months later, Priester had second thoughts.

The 6-1, 185-pound senior from Brookwood decommitted Friday, opting to open his recruitment back up.

"The UGA coaches understood and took it well," Brookwood assistant William Lee said. "Kyrin just wants to look at his options."

Those options include known offers from TCU and Vanderbilt. Priester has been recruited by other SEC schools.

"Priester is a versatile receiver and he could play inside or outside on the next level," Fox recruiting analyst Chad Simmons said. "He is more of a quick than fast wideout and he is tough to tackle in open space. He has quick feet, he can change direction well, and he is good at getting yards after the catch. He needs to work on his ability to get separation down the field and just running more crisp routes."

Georgia now has three verbal commitments at wide receiver in the 2013 class -- Reggie Davis, Uriah LeMay and Tramel Terry.

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