Commitment No. 7 a big one for Georgia 

February, 28, 2012
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Kipp Adams/ESPN.comDeAndre Johnson says he can use his 'quick feet' and agility to break through the O-line and get to the quarterback.
The University of Georgia picked up its seventh commitment of the 2013 class Tuesday, and it might end up being the biggest in the class.

With VID (Very Important Dawg) Day only a few days away, one of the top prospects in the Peach State made the call to become a Bulldog. The coaching staff was only hoping to confirm his attendance on Saturday, but when they picked up the phone, they got great news from a key target at a position of need.

As defensive lineman Deandre Johnson (Newnan, Ga./Northgate) thought about it last night with his family, he discusses his intentions of committing to Georgia. The Johnson household was ecstatic about it, so this morning, Johnson got on the phone to the coaches in Athens.

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