The Georgia Bulldogs picked up another verbal commitment last night, this one from Gulf Coast Community College safety Kennar Johnson. He is the 30th commitment for UGA’s 2013 recruiting class.
Johnson (6-2, 188) went to East Ridge High School in Clermont, Florida. He committed to the Bulldogs over offers from Iowa State and USF and interest from Ole Miss and Mississippi State.
“Yes sir, I committed” Johnson told UGASports.com. “I went out to with the coaches and we had a good time. Then me and my parents went to Coach (Mark) Richt’s house,” said Johnson. “Me and Coach Richt spent some time together and enjoyed each other’s company. Then after that, I knew it was time to commit. I had that feeling where I knew I was where I wanted to be.”
Johnson, who is rated 3-stars by Scout.com, is on track to graduate from Gulf Coast Community College in December. He joins a growing list of commitments that plan to enroll at UGA in January and participate in Spring practice.