2012 Georgia Football Recruiting: Chester Brown's Student Documentation Reportedly In Question

When Bradwell Institute offensive lineman Chester Brown de-committed from the Bulldogs he cited "personal reasons" for the decision. According to a report by Seth Emerson, it was a problem with Brown's student documentation that likely led to his de-commitment.

Brown is a native of Samoa and according to Emerson's report, was not going to be admitted to UGA. Officials from UGA declined comment citing privacy rules.

The loss of Brown leaves the Bulldogs with just three offensive line commitments for 2012. Junior College transfer Mark Beard is already enrolled while Greg Pyke and John Theus were highly recruited out of high school. Theus is a candidate to come in and contribute right away. Still the Bulldogs would like to add some more depth to the class and is also chasing after Florida prospect Avery Jones.

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