Dawgs Give Harrison a Message

Ronnie Harrison left Georgia with a message received.

The 6-2, 205 defensive back was told that if he signed with Georgia he would get something that many young players want.

“Early play time,” Harrison said of what the Bulldogs are offering him. “They need DB's bad. That’s what Georgia's message was to me was. They are really close to being good, but they are missing that piece. Knowing they need guys at my position does help them and make me look at them differently.”

The Tallahassee native is being pursued by Jeremy Pruitt who spent time there, and at Alabama, which is where Harrison is currently committed. He will officially visit Tuscaloosa for the Tide’s rivalry game with Auburn in two weeks.

"My visit to Georgia was great,” he said. ‘I met some commits and some UGA players. I got to hangout around Georgia and get a better feel for it."

Harrison, a four-star prospect, said he was hosted by Tramel Terry and Dominick Sanders.

"I think I got right in at Georgia,” he said of spending time with Bulldog players and commits. "Right now it is just Alabama and Georgia for me. Georgia has a chance and I'm very interested in them.”

Harrison will make his college decision soon, and will enroll this January.

Chad Simmons contributed to this report...

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