Reggie Wilkerson Commits to Georgia Football Over South Carolina, Clemson

Georgia got some more good recruiting news during shortly before its G-Day game when Florida defensive back Reggie Wilkerson picked the Bulldogs over South Carolina, Clemson and others. Wilkerson becomes Georgia's 15th commitment for its 2013 class.

Wilkerson is a 6-foot, 175 pound corner who becomes the Bulldogs' fourth or fifth commitment that will get a look in the secondary. The Bulldogs went into this recruiting period with rebuilding the secondary as a priority and are well on their way to achieving that goal. Wilkerson is rated as a three-star talent by Rivals.com and had offers from Clemson, South Carolina, Vanderbilt and Texas A&M among others.

Wilkerson joins Shaq Wiggins Tramel Terry, J.J. Green and Steven Nelson as those players committed that could get a look in the secondary. The Bulldogs are expected to add as many as 30 new players in 2013 provided there are enough early enroll candidates.

For more on UGA football, visit Georgia blog Dawg Sports, plus SEC blog Team Speed Kills and SB Nation Atlanta.

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