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The Georgia Bulldogs had a great day on Sunday by receiving commitments for three blue-chip recruits in just one day.

Five-star RB John Emery from Destrehan, LA kicked things off by committing to Georgia over LSU and Mississippi State. Then came four-star WR Makiya Tongue from Baton Rouge, LA who chose the Bulldogs over Arizona State and Texas. The final commitment of the day came from four-star LB Rian Davis from Apopka, FL.

Georgia now has a total of 16 verbal commitments for the class of 2019 and jumped up as the No. 2 class in the nation behind only Alabama.

Filed Under: Georgia Sports
Originally published on SECRant.com

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15 Comments
LSU hired the wrong coach.....the Saban prodigy would have been the right move.
Reply6 months
110% committed is impossible as one can only be 100% committed (or anything else) at the max.
Reply6 months
Davis is only 104% committed. I understand that technically, while he and Emery can only commit once, both are working toward a second commitment, which is meaningless, but still. Wow. Bad optics.
Reply7 months
Davis is only 104% committed. I understand that technically, while he and Emery can only commit once, both are working toward a second commitment, which is meaningless, but still. Wow. Bad optics.
Reply7 months
I don’t get the offer to Tongue. LSU isn’t even recruiting him.
Reply7 months
He's a 4 star recruit, LSU didn't offer for reasons unknown, but the kid isn't a slouch if he has 4 stars. LSU may have overlooked this kid.
7 months
Good for Georgia i guess...they've always had the program, just needed the right coach.
Reply7 months
So much for the fence around Louisiana
Reply7 months
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Champions of July.
Reply7 months
Great things in store for UGA!
Reply7 months
I hate Georgia.
Reply7 months
I thought it was Alabama?? LOL
7 months
UGA bagmen have stepped up their game for sure. Reminds me of Ole Miss a few years ago.
Reply7 months
Yep, UGA going from top 5 classes to top 3 classes is very similar to Ole Miss going from 45th to top 5.
7 months
@atlanta917. yes, so much similarity, what with Ole Miss being an SEC stalwart for decades and hiring the long-time assistant coach of the greatest coach in NCAA history, and with the incredible in-state talent...oh wait...
7 months
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