Theus extends Bulldogs' reach 

November, 7, 2011
Offensive tackle John Theus (Jacksonville, Fla./The Bolles School) is the biggest commitment the University of Georgia has for the 2012 class, for several reasons. Yes, the 6-foot-6, 295-pound senior is physically larger than the other commits. He is also the highest ranked, coming in at No. 28 in the ESPNU 150. But his value to the Bulldogs coaching staff doesn’t end there.

“I was told I was the face of the class, which was weird but it made me realize I need to get on some guys,” Theus said. “I talk to Keith Marshall a lot. That is probably the one I talk to the most. I talk to a lot of guys when I am on visits, since you can do a lot more in person than over the Internet. I am definitely trying to get some guys to commit to Georgia with me.”

Theus says he has a specific sales pitch for Marshall.
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