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2013 WR Kyrin Priester decommits from Georgia

Kyrin PriesterWide receiver Kyrin Priester of Snellville, Georgia (Brookwood H.S.) has decommitted from the Georgia Bulldogs, becoming the second recruit to do so this week. Athlete Derrick Henry decommitted from the Dawgs on Wednesday.

Priester (6-1, 185) committed to Georgia on April 6. At the time, he also had offers from from TCU and Vanderbilt.

“I just want to see all of my options and make the best decision for me at the next level,” Priester said.

The loss of Priester leaves the Dawgs with three wide receiver commitment for 2013 – Reggie Davis of Tallahassee, FL, Uriah LeMay of Matthews, NC and Tramel Terry of Goose Creek, SC.

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  1. BamaDawg says:

    I have a feeling we are in for a few more like this unless we get out and get off our butts. These kids want to be treated the same way they were when UGA wanted them. We need to keep after them and not just quit on them once they commit, if this is what is happening. And if you look at what we spend annually in recruiting versus the big guys in the SEC like Bama and LSU…we are right in the middle of the pack, just like we end up in the end.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I say let ‘em go and don’t try to get them to stay, if they want to then they will if not then we don’t need them!

  3. motherofarecruit says:

    Yes, this is true if they want to stay they will. However,coaches and the recruiting staff has a obligation to be honest with their recruits and they must follow up!! If you loose contact or dont return their calls, FBmgs and tweets the recruits loose interes.

  4. motherofarecruit says:

    Yes, this is true if they want to stay they will. However,coaches and the recruiting staff has a obligation to be honest with their recruits and they must follow up!! If you loose contact or dont return their calls, FBmgs and tweets the recruits loose interest.

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