2014 TE Milan Richard nets UGA offer 

July, 19, 2012
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En route to a summer prospect camp Tuesday morning at South Carolina, Milan Richard (Savannah, Ga./Calvary Day) got word from his coaches to call the University of Georgia.

After impressing at the Mark Richt Camp and Dawg Night, the 6-foot-2, 232-pound tight end was preparing for a similar effort in front of the Gamecocks coaching staff. It seems the Bulldogs coaching staff wanted to start off Richard's day with some good news.

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Radi Nabulsi/ESPN.comClass of 2014 prospect Milan Richard said UGA's John Lilly has already helped him with solid coaching.
“I called Coach [Tony] Ball this morning and he said that they were more than happy to extend an offer and that I definitely earned it after camping there three times,” Richard said. “It was a big deal getting the Georgia offer, but we were in South Carolina so once we got off the phone it was time to focus and I knew I had business to take care of in South Carolina."
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