"I just committed to Georgia," said Greg Billinger. "I just talked with Coach Rodney Garner, and it's official. I made a commitment. They're recruiting me of the defensive line."
Billinger was a standout at the Georgia camp two weekends ago working with the
defensive line. The camp was basically a simulated conditioning test as the
participants went through mat drills as well as technique drills. What did
Billinger think about his preview of what it will be like to be a Bulldog?
"It would be great to be a part of the family. I liked how they scheduled
the tour of the whole campus, I got to meet the academic counselors and
everything. I liked Georgia, I like the environment, the campus, and the staff,
and I want to help the Bulldogs out. I'm going to a lot of games this
When asked if he had a game he was looking forward to the most, Billinger
"That's a good one," he said with a laugh. "I guess the Auburn
game. That's a revenge game. I went to that game last year with a friend of
Parkview made the State Championship last year, and they look strong again this
year. With recruiting now out of the way, what is Billinger looking forward to?
"I'm going to focus on my senior year. I'm probably looking forward to
playing Brookwood the most."
Billinger is an excellent student that holds a 3.5 GPA heading into his senior
year, and he will have no trouble qualifying.
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