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Top 100 DB/LB Harvey-Clemons picks Georgia

Posted on: February 1, 2012 9:36 am
Edited on: February 1, 2012 3:22 pm
 

Posted by Jerry Hinnen

Update, 3 p.m. ET: CBSSports.com's Fletcher Page reports that Harvey-Clemons has yet to deliver his letter of intent to Georgia and could still be considering Florida, at the request of his family. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Harvey-Clemons' grandfather -- and legal guardian -- has not signed the letter. Stay tuned.

Despite a recruitment with plenty of drama and twists and turns, Maxpreps top 100 safety Josh Harvey-Clemons has elected to remain in his home state of Georgia and will play for Mark Richt's Georgia Bulldogs.

6'5", 225-pound heavy-hitter from Lowndes High School in Valdosta, Ga., Harvey-Clemons received offers from across the nation, and particularly from the SEC--Florida was widely believed to be the Bulldogs' closest competition, with Florida State, Miami and Alabama also in the mix.

“I knew when I went there I wanted to go after the visit," Harvey-Clemons said. "It felt like home.”  

Harvey-Clemons is ranked as the No. 93 prospect overall in the class of 2012 and the No. 3 outside linebacker by Tom Lemming--an indication of the four-star's versatility and potential to fill out his 6'5" frame. 

His decision is huge boost for a Bulldog class that ranked 22nd in the CBS Sports National Signing Day Top 25 entering Wednesday. He becomes Georgia's 18th commitment of their class of 2012.

For updates on Georgia's new class throughout Signing Day, follow our CBSSports.com Georgia RapidReports.

Keep up with all the latest from National Signing Day at CBSSports.com's NSD Central.
Comments

Since: Oct 23, 2006
Posted on: February 1, 2012 11:13 am
 

Top 100 DB Harvey-Clemons picks Georgia

Josh Clemons will be an impact player.  At 225 he will add another 20-30 lbs of muscle   Good signing by the Dawgs.


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