He made his feelings public Thursday, becoming Georgia's 16th commitment of the 2011 class.
Seay confirmed his pledge to Dawg Post through a text message.
Seay, 6-foot-4, 199-pounds, had 76 catches, 1180 yards and 15 touchdowns his senior season.
Georgia's wide receiver coach Tony Ball called Seay Jan. 1 to offer him a scholarship. Seay had been patiently waiting for the chance to go to the home state school.
"I was excited," Seay said. "I had been waiting for a period of time."
A visit from the Georgia coaching staff sealed Seay's commitment on Thursday.
Seay is the third receiver to join Georgia's 2011 class. Chris Conley and Justin Scott-Wesley are already on board. Washington High receiver Zach Witchett, who committed in June, had his scholarship revoked this week.