Georgia continues to rack up the commitments after Junior Day on Saturday, and after picking up three offensive linemen, the Bulldogs went skill today with a commitment from Calhoun wide receiver Kris Durham.
"I committed to Georgia today," said Kris Durham. "That's truly
been my #1 the whole time. I wanted to see if they'd offer now or in the summer.
It's been my favorite team since I was little; you can't beat playing in Sanford
Stadium. I've heard a lot of stories about it, and I wanted to experience it for
Mike Bobo has also had a hot week picking up the second commitment in his area,
the first being John Miller.
"Coach Bobo was recruiting me. I think I met him last football season. I
really liked him and what he had to say. He told me like it was with no
What has Georgia said about their plans for Durham for the next year?
"They want to see if I can graduate early and come in in January. Then see
how much work I need to do, and see if they need to redshirt me or see if I can
play my true freshman season."
Durham is not going to be outworked in getting ready for his senior season and
beyond. He was in attendance for the Kennedy/CES Combine in January and came
away impressed with Chip Smith and his staff.
"I'm going to start going to Competitive Edge Sports to start working out
after track season. I stopped by there on my way back from Athens yesterday. I
want to work on my explosion."
Georgia has seen an explosion of commitments this week with #4 in Kris Durham.
See Durham in Action in his Scout Videos:
Georgia Rolling in Commitments
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