Dale Zanine-US PRESSWIRE
The Georgia Bulldogs anxiously await the decision of another recruit, wide receiver Jonathan Rumph.
Jonathan Rumph is expected to announce his college decision on Wednesday, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The 6'5 wide receiver played this season at Holmes junior college in Mississippi. He will reportedly be picking between Mississippi State, UGA, Texas Tech and Florida. This season at Holmes, Rumph grabbed 45 passes for 569 yards and three touchdowns. He is from the Columbia, S.C. area, and attended Brookland-Cayce High School.
Georgia's two leading receivers are seniors Tavarres King and Marlon Brown. The pair combined for 60 receptions and 12 touchdowns this season. If Rumph chooses Georgia, there will certainly be immediate room for advancement.
Georgia already expects to have a strong class in 2013. Rumph would be the Bulldogs' 29th commitment. On Tuesday, Georgia scored a major recruiting victory, adding cornerback Brendan Langley. The 6'1 defensive back is widely considered to be a top recruit. He initially committed to South Carolina but changed his mind on Tuesday.