Georgia landed commitment No. 17 for its 2013 class when 4-star offensive lineman Brandon Kublanow picked the Bulldogs from about 20 total offers. Kublanow is the third offensive lineman to commit to the Bulldogs in their 2013 class.
"I called Coach (Mark) Richt and committed to him Tuesday night," Kublanow told Scout.com. "I actually called Coach (Will) Friend first, and I told him that I was ready. He was excited and Coach Richt was too when I told him."
Kublanow is expected to play guard or center for the Bulldogs. He joins fellow commitments Josh Cardiello and Aulden Bynum as offensive lineman in Georgia's 2013 class. The Bulldogs are expected to sign as many as 30 players in 2013 and is off to a great start and trails only Michigan for the most commitments in the country for 2013.
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