Georgia's class of 2014 recruits is already starting to shape up, with Nick Glass becoming the second player to verbally commit to the school.
Georgia head football coach Mark Richt understands the importance of keeping an eye on both the present and the future, and that was evident on Wednesday when the Bulldogs landed a talented safety recruit for the class of 2014.
Nick Glass, who will enter his junior year this fall at St. Pius of Atlanta, verbally committed to Georgia on Wednesday, becoming the second member of the 2014 recruiting class for Richt.
Glass wasn't short on options, as he chose Georgia over 17 other schools. His uncle, Marcus Woods, had this to say about the decision:
"He committed to Georgia because of his love for the program. He knows Coach (Mark) Richt is a high character guy and he loves what Coach (Todd) Grantham is doing with the defense. He also feels that if he and some of the big-name guys can get on board early, then the others will, too, and make Georgia the 'it' program."
Glass finished his sophomore season with 75 tackles, four interceptions, and five sacks.