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Wednesday October 31, 2007

The good news continues for the Georgia football program. RB Dontavius Jackson (Heard County HS, Franklin) and ATH Sanders Commings (Westside, Augusta) committed to Georgia on Wednesday morning.

Jackson is a Rivals 100 running back (one of the top 100 prospects in the nation). The Dawgs also have a commitment from Richard Samuel who could also play running back or linebacker. With those two, Knowshon Moreno, and Caleb King, the next generation of the Georgia backfield after Brown, Lumpkin, and Ware is complete. Jackson picked Georgia over LSU and Clemson.

If you’re a Rivals.com subscriber, be sure not to miss the great video of his announcement. It’s unlike any other you’ve seen.

Commings projects as a safety, and he is quite a baseball player as well. The possibility of playing both sports was a factor in his decision. Ray Tanner and the South Carolina baseball program were recruiting Commings heavily, and that made his decision very close and very difficult. He’ll play both sports at Georgia.

These two commitments give Georgia 23, and signing day is still three months away. Depending on Xavier Avery’s professional baseball future, the Dawgs might have as few as 2 or 3 spots remaining in this signing class. Give us a couple more linemen and perhaps another receiver, and we’ll call it a class.

Dontavius Jackson commits
Trick or treat – let the Big Dawg eat!
Photo: Rivals.com

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