Three-star wide receiver Davion Curtis of Temple, Texas (Temple H.S.) has committed to UGA for the class of 2016.
Curtis announced his decision this afternoon on the David Smoak Show in ESPN Central Texas.
“My decision is to go to Georgia,” Curtis said. “I really like Georgia because the coaches are very down to earth. They know what they are talking about. They always send wide receivers to the league. They have a great pro-style offense that I like that I see myself fitting into. I really like the wide receivers coach a lot. Coach B-Mac (Bryan McClendon) he talks with me about being a better person more than just about football. I really like that about the coaches. I’m really psyched about it.”
Davion Curtis (5-11, 180) committed to the Bulldogs over Kansas State and Oregon State. He also had offers from Colorado State, Houston, Kansas, Minnesota, North Texas, SMU, Texas Tech, Toledo, Tulsa, and Wisconsin.
In the 247Sports Composite rankings, Curtis is listed as a 3-star recruit, the No. 174 wide receiver, and the No. 1,151 overall recruit in the nation for 2016.
Rivals.com also rates Curtis as a 3-star recruit.
Georgia now has 15 commitments for the class of 2016 and four are wide receivers. Davion Curtis joins Charlie Woerner, Darion Anderson and Randrecous Davis.
Georgia y'all ready?!! pic.twitter.com/Bo8rL6MFoH
— Davion Curtis (@curtis_davion) August 3, 2015