It’s been widely reported but this is the news out of Florida – the Georgia Bulldogs have gone down south and grabbed wide receiver Reggie Davis.
Tallahassee-based Davis, ranked the 17th wide receiver in the nation, was recruited far and wide by schools, including Alabama, Florida, Auburn, Kentucky, Ole Miss, South Carolina and Tennessee out of the SEC and Clemson, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Penn State, NC State, and Oregon – amongst others – outside of the conference.
The 6ft tall Davis – a four-star receiver according to Yahoo Rivals – has a 4.55 40, and weighs 158-lbs.
The news comes hot on the heels of Georgia’s signing of Uriah LeMay (brother of Christian LeMay, who was recruited by Mark Richt last year) on Friday.
SB Nation says about him: “LeMay has a solid build at 6-foot-2 and 200 pounds with good length and very solid strength. LeMay is not a burner and is not extremely quick off the line, but can get some deep separation. He is already very good at routes which require him to use his large body to shield defenders and create room to catch the football. And of course, he already has a great relationship with his future quarterback, Christian.”
BOTTOM LINE: The Georgia Bulldogs keep on stacking their commitments, don’t they? But the bottom line really is this: The Georgia Bulldogs haven’t been able to replace AJ Green and Davis and LeMay could start immediately when he comes on board in 2013 – especially if the dropped catches that plagued the Dawgs last season continue into 2012. And the Dawgs had better keep their eye on Davis – if Florida State have a good-as-some-people-believe 2012 they may come calling for the hometown wide receiver’s signature.
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