Dawgs pick up commitment from 4-Star WR Reggie Davis

Reggie DavisGeorgia has picked up their second verbal commitment in the last three days, this one from Tallahassee, Florida wide receiver Reggie Davis.

Davis has been a silent commitment to Georgia for some time, but called Mark Richt this evening to make his commitment to the Bulldogs official.

“Awhile back I told Coach (John) Lilly and Coach (Tony) Ball that I wanted to commit, but I wanted to keep it on the down low for now,” said Davis. “They told me to just do it when I was ready and they were happy about it. So I called Coach (Mark) Richt about 30 minutes ago and committed to Georgia.”

Rivals.com rates Davis as a 4-star recruit, the no. 17 wide receiver and no. 134 in the Rivals250 2013. Scout.com rates him as a 3-star recruit and the no. 87 wide receiver.

Davis (6-0, 158, 4.55), who plays for Lincoln High School, committed to the Dawgs Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Miami (FL), Notre Dame, Ohio State, Tennessee, and others.

On Friday, Georgia picked up a commitment from wide receiver Uriah LeMay, the brother of current UGA quarterback Christian LeMay. The Dawgs now have four wide receivers committed for 2013 and 19 commitments overall.

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