Kimbrough Completes His Plan

ATHENS - Out-of-state linebacker Tim Kimbrough travelled to Georgia Friday with a plan.

The four-star linebacker out of Indianapolis, Ind., knew he wanted to become a Bulldog and wanted to wait until after the camp to reveal his intentions.

"I met with coach (Mark) Richt and coach (Todd) Grantham inside the stadium and committed to them in the stands," Kimbrough said. "I actually committed to coach Grantham and coach Richt was right there. They were both excited when I committed."

Kimbrough is the 21st verbal commitment in Georgia's 2013 class. He was the second player of the day to commit, joining Kell safety Quincy Mauger.

While Kimbrough was tight-lipped heading into his visit this weekend, he actually has known for some time he would become a Bulldog.

"I came down to Georgia this weekend with a plan to commit," he said. "I knew when I first visited Georgia earlier this year that that's the school i wanted to go to. I loved everything about that first visit. They have a great atmosphere, offer a great education and have a great football program."

Kimbrough offered a show of his love for Georgia by saying he didn't have a runner-up school. When asked who finished second for his services, he said, "I don't have one. Georgia was clearly my No. 1 school for me. They're a great team, the best fit for me and they play in the SEC."

-- Chad Simmons contributed to this report.

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