"I'm committing to Georgia," said Bailey. "One of the biggest factors is Coach Mark Richt. It came down to Georgia and Florida State, and he is more hands on with the program than at FSU. I've seen them both playand practice, and I like the way Coach Richt is on the field coaching and teaching. Coach John Eason is the receivers coach, and I felt like I really connected well with him. I felt like I could build a good relationship with him over the next four or five years."
Bailey had an amazing 1,400 yards and 18 touchdowns in only 10 games this season as Milton failed to reach the playoffs. Some of his best work was done on punt returns as shown on the video below. What does Bailey think he brings to the table?
"I want to come in and play early. To do that I know I am going to have to be ready to work hard, listen, and be coached. I have to be ready for the competition that will be there, and I am eager to learn/"
Bailey talks about the attitude needed to be on the field early, but he is too humble to talk about the physical gifts he brings to the field. He is a fluid receiver that runs a true sub 4.40 forty. He catches the ball extremely well in traffic, and he has a gift of making people miss and out running them once he has the ball. Take the time to down load several of his highlight clips presented by BorderWars.com, and see for yourself what a 5 star player by TheInsiders.com looks like.
#2 Sean Bailey
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