Dawgs Add DB Commitment

The Georgia Bulldogs recruiting machine continues to roll merrily along. The Bulldogs already have picked up commitments from Peach State products Neland Ball and Antwane Greenlee, and Georgia has stayed in state to pick up another prospect for the Class of 2007.

The Georgia Bulldogs recruiting machine continues to roll merrily along. The Bulldogs already have picked up commitments from Peach State products Neland Ball and Antwane Greenlee, and Georgia has stayed in state to pick up another prospect for the Class of 2007.

Vance Cuff is a 5-11 and 170 pound speedster from Colquitt County High School in Moultrie, Ga. He plays defensive back and special teams, and he projects as a corner on the college level.

"I thought long and hard about it because I knew whatever I had in my heart was what I was going to stick with," said Cuff of his commitment to the Dawgs.

Cuff made his commitment to Georgia and become Lucky #13 for Georgia's 2007 recruting class.

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Cuff is exceptionally physical from his defensive back position and closes on the ball extremely well. He is a good open-field tackler and is dangerous with the ball in his hands on special teams.

Cuff picked Georgia over offers from Florida and Auburn among others.

"Nothing ever changed in my mind; every time I thought about it I thought about Georgia and they were it," Cuff said.

Cuff is ranked a tree-star prospect by Scout.com, and you can see him in action here Courtesy of ScoutTV*

#36 Vance Cuff


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