C.J. Byrd made a Commitment to the Dawgs Saturday Night, and Kade Weston jumped on board too. Weston had been leaning to Georgia for some time, and Saturday night he made it official."> C.J. Byrd made a Commitment to the Dawgs Saturday Night, and Kade Weston jumped on board too. Weston had been leaning to Georgia for some time, and Saturday night he made it official.">

Georgia Recruiting Machine Hits High Gear

It was a huge weekend in Athens as two members of the National Hot 100 made commitment to Georgia. <a href="http://georgia.scout.com/2/323583.html">C.J. Byrd made a Commitment</a> to the Dawgs Saturday Night, and <b>Kade Weston</b> jumped on board too. Weston had been leaning to Georgia for some time, and Saturday night he made it official.

"I committed last night," said Kade Weston. "I like the environment and the coaches. I felt at home here.  My host was Gerald Anderson and Kedric Golston. After the game, we went to the Country Club and just went around town. The weather was rainy and chilly. I knew from several weeks ago that I wanted to go toGeorgia, but I wanted to wait until I took my official visit. Once I got here, I was ready to get it (the news) out. I don't know that I'll any other visits or anything."

Weston is a mammoth of a defensive tackle prospect at close to 6-6 and 320 pounds. He moves extremely well, and his potential is unlimited as he is still relatively new to the game of football. He is quick enough that he plays defensive end for his Red Bank High School, but he is a defensive tackle's coach dream.

I got to spend a weekend up in New Jersey scouting Weston, and came away with impressions, photos, and video of him. Weston is athletic enough and has the size to make an early contribution should he be called on early at Georgia.

Weston is currently a member of the National Hot 100, and ranked the #8 defensive tackle in the country, but after seeing him in person, I recommended an elevation of his Scout.com ranking, and with the new lists being released tomorrow, look for Weston's new Scout.com Ranking.

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