Kennar Johnson is UGA's 30th commit 

November, 25, 2012
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After defeating Georgia Tech 42-10, the University of Georgia picked up commitment No. 30 Saturday night from a prospect that just recently emerged on the Bulldogs’ radar. Defensive back Kennar Johnson (Clermont, Fla./Mississippi Gulf Coast) took his official visit to Georgia this weekend, and before he left, he decided that he wanted to play in Athens next fall.

“I just committed,” Johnson said. “I committed at Mark Richt’s house in front of his whole family. They were all excited about it.”

The 6-foot-3, 190-pound defensive back chose Georgia over offers from Ole Miss, Mississippi State, South Florida, West Virginia, Iowa State, South Alabama, Middle Tennessee, Minnesota and Memphis. He told DawgNation earlier this week that he had received the offer from Georgia over the summer. Over the weekend, he realized he had found his future home.
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