"Bean" Commits To Georgia!

Standout OL prospect Justin Anderson has seemingly been a strong lean to Georgia since the outset of the recruiting year. Earlier this week he told Scout.com that when he got his offer from the Dawgs, he would likely make a commitment. On Saturday in Athens, he did just that!

"Yeah I got offered up there and I committed. As soon as I got there I went into Mark Richt's office and he asked if I wanted to come to Georgia and I said ‘yes sir'. We shook on it and that was that. I knew all along that Georgia is where I wanted to be, so it was a no brainer for me," Justin Anderson said.

What did Coach Richt talk with the Ocilla star about?

"He told me he likes the way I come off the ball. He told me how the school would help me with my work and there are tutors available and all that. He also talked about coming in and contributing as a rookie."

What did he like most about the visit?

"I loved the campus and the way the coaches acted towards me and everything. I loved all the attention too. They showed me a lot of love."

What did he think about the scrimmage?

"Oh, I loved the scrimmage. Them boys was doing some hitting. The linebackers and safeties were laying the wood."

As expected, "Bean" took a good look at the offensive line.

"I think the OL is good all around. Max Jean-Gilles is my boy. He's a monster. They'are all real good though."

How would he describe his future coaches?

"Coach Richt and Coach Callaway are both real nice. Richt is a calm, Christian like person. Callaway is outgoing and he's fun. I like both of them a lot."

The commitment of Anderson gives the Dawgs a standout performer at a position that is the biggest priority for Georgia in this recruiting class. He becomes UGA's second verbal commitment in the class of 2006.

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