This time Cavin Ridley, the No. 108 overall player in the country and the No. 17 receiver in the nation, picked Georgia over a slew of other schools. He had been committed to South Carolina last week. The 4-star WR said on Twitter that he will enroll early at UGA. Classes start on Monday in Athens.
The move is another step in the right direction for Smart and the Bulldogs. UGA is in need of receivers, and after losing Kyle Davis (No. 93 overall) to Auburn earlier in the recruiting cylce, Georgia needed someone to fill in that critical spot on the recruiting chart.
The Bulldogs moved up a few spots to No. 12 overall in Scout’s team recruiting rankings.