Dawgs catch another from ESPN Junior 300

January, 18, 2014
New Georgia defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt is already making his mark on the recruiting trail.

Terry Godwin (Hogansville, Ga./Callaway), No. 15 overall in the class of 2015, verbally committed to the Bulldogs on Saturday morning.

The, 6-foot, 170-pound athlete, who also held offers from Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, Clemson and many others, announced his decision on Twitter.

Godwin could play multiple positions for Georgia including wide receiver or cornerback.

"Godwin is a talented and versatile athlete with a nice skill set at the WR position," his Recruiting Nation profile reads. "Additional bulk and overall playing strength will determine his stock as a next level prospect. A natural playmaker capable of producing in multiple roles."

He becomes the second ESPN Junior 300 member to commit to the Bulldogs since Pruitt was named defensive coordinator earlier in the week. The other, cornerback Rico McGraw (Nashville, Tenn./The Emsworth School), committed to Georgia on Thursday.

The Bulldogs now have three verbal commitments for their 2015 class all of whom are ranked in the ESPN Junior 300.



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