Running down Sean Bailey

Bailey said that he will visit no more schools and that he is firmly committed to the Dawgs.

Sean Bailey recently competed in the Army High School All-Star Game and said that he really enjoyed it. "I enjoyed playing with people the same talent level," said the 5-star athlete.

Bailey said that he will visit no more schools and that he is firmly committed to the Dawgs. 

"I fell in love with Richt and Eason. I have a lot of trust in them I can spend the next 4 or 5 years with," said Bailey.

Bailey said that he is not concerned with being redshirted, but that he was thinking positively about his first year in Athens, "I am going in with the mindset to play," added the wide out.

Off season preparations are on going for Sean, but he said that Georgia's offseason training manual will help him get in great shape for the season, "I will start doing the Georgia workouts the day after signing day and I work with my dad too," said Bailey.

He said that he chose Georgia over Florida State because, "I felt a lot more comfortable at Georgia. I think that they are on the rise." He also added that there might have been a little peer pressure to choose the red and black. "A lot of my friend from school go to Georgia, they love it," said Bailey.

And although Bailey is an outstanding performer on the field, he said that one thing that made his decision between Florida State and Georgia a little bit easier was academics at Georgia, "In talking with the coaches, they like my academic situations," said Bailey. "On my visit I was really impressed with the Terry School of Business. It was a great fit."


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