Lee County High School WR Sanford Seay has committed to joining the Georgia Bulldogs, according to Marc Weiszer. Though he’s not rated by Rivals and his only other offers were from Marshall, Louisiana Tech, South Alabama, and Western Kentucky, Mark Richt has apparently been waiting a while to make sure Seay would be academically eligible.
Seay isn’t the biggest get, but he breaks Georgia’s long recruiting dry spell. The Dawgs haven’t landed a commit since August and missed out on two top targets in Wednesday night’s Under Armour game. Though they still have several game-changers up for grabs, any commit has to feel like a good commit for right now.
Six-foot-two, with 68 catches and a 10.78-second 100-meter dash time, Seay’s academics are still going to be a concern, but according to Weiszer’s report he’s on track. He’ll shore up the wide receiver class that took a hit Thursday with the revocation of Zack Witchett’s scholarship.