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Georgia Adds another commitment!

Georgia has had a torrid past 8 days of recruiting picking up 4 commitments over that time frame. Georgia's latest commitment is coming in a bit under the radar, but according to his coach, he has all of the tools to make a big impact on the next level.

Georgia's recruiting continues its streak of commitments this week as tight end / defensive end Trahern Holden from Houston County High School has made a commitment to the Dawgs.

Holden has come in a little bit under the radar compared to some of the more highly decorated recruits that Georgia has picked up in the past week, but according to his coach Doug Johnson he has all the tools to be a good one on the next level.

"He's about 6-5, 237, and runs a 4.8 for us," said Coach Johnson. "I'm assuming Georgia is going to look at him at tight end, but he could play defensive end for us as well. He went up there with one of our coaches this weekend for the New Mexico State game, and when they offered him, it was an easy decision for him. That's where he always wanted to be. I don't remember off the top of my head who else offered him. I know Wake Forest had, but I'd have to look back. He's kind of a specialty player for us. He's not full time offense or defense, he plays everywhere that we need him."

Holden joins the list of several star studded players that have pledged their services to Georgia. BorderWars.com looks forward to seeing Holden on film so we can get him properly ranked and rated among the players at his position.

Click Here for a full list of Georgia commitments for the class of 2003.


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