Tight end Jordan Davis of Thomson, Georgia verbally committed to the Bulldogs today. Georgia now has 23 commitments for the 2013 class.
Davis (6-4, 225) committed to the Bulldogs over offers from Florida, Louisville, and South Carolina and interest from Alabama. Scout.com rates Davis as a 3-star recruit and the no. 12 tight end in the country.
“I told Coach Richt that I was going to be a Bulldog,” Davis told UGASports.com. “But I’m already a Bulldog. We are Bulldogs here at Thomson, so once a Bulldog, always a Bulldog I guess. I grew up rooting for Georgia, but it took a little while for me to earn and offer.”
Davis is the first tight end commitment for Georgia for the 2013 class. According to the UGA coaches, he may be the only one as Georgia is currently stocked at the position.
“The depth chart is another big plus because Georgia only has three tight ends and they tell me that I’ll probably be the only one they take in this class,” said Davis. “I feel like I can see the field early on and they don’t have like five or six other guys at the position.”