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Calvary Baptist School Senior TE recruit Milan Richardat has a lot going for him. He's a Rivals four-star recruit in the Class of 2014, he's Herschel Walker’s nephew, and he's the son of a pair of former Bulldogs track stars, Veronica and Bill Richard (the former is Walker’s older sister). However, it doesn't look like he will follow in his family's footsteps. Georgia is one of 14 schools to offer Richard a scholarship, yet an ESPN.com report says that he has narrowed his choices down to Clemson, South Carolina, Ole Miss and Vanderbilt.
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Originally published on SECRant.com

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Milan Richardat's whassup!
Reply43 months
Good thing we already have our TE and it wasn't him.
Reply43 months
quote:

"Considering the kid is 6'2" 235 he is one of the smallest TE in the '14 class."

Orson Charles is 6'3" 250. :dunno: They got Blazevich anyway.
Reply43 months
More like UGA said we're only taking 1 TE and the first one to commit gets the spot. He had his chance but waited too long.
Reply43 months
Considering the kid is 6'2" 235 he is one of the smallest TE in the '14 class. Also, at UGA already there are 10-12 TE on the roster and that Jeb kid is like what 6'5" - 6'6" coming in as an all world recruit. So, I'm not sure he's "scared of depth at UGA". More like he WANTS to play football and made an educated decision to go somewhere that was more likely to happen quicker.
Reply43 months
UGA only wants one TE and Jeb Blazevich already committed to them.
Reply43 months
Kid scared of depth at Uga? Weird.
Reply43 months
Still a long way to go in the recruiting process.
Reply43 months
Wow. Ole Miss, Vandy, and Clemson over UGA? Interesting.
Reply43 months
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