Ray Drew

January 28, 2011 by staff 

Ray Drew, Also on board are two of the top recruits in the nation who also happen to be from Georgia – running back Isaiah Crowell and defensive lineman Ray Drew. And the Bulldogs are in good shape to land at a time.

Crowell is down to Georgia and Alabama after canceling his visit to Auburn. It will announce its decision on the day of signing.

“He just said he was becoming real tired,” Carver (Columbus, Ga.) coach Dell McGee told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “He wanted to thank the Auburn recruit and felt like it would be fair if we wanted to recruit another running back. He said he fell to Alabama and Georgia today. He wants to take the weekend weekend off and sit with his family and talk about the situation. ”

Crowell, who is ranked as the No. 4 running back in the nation and No. 23 overall prospect in, would be a great help to the Bulldogs running game.

Drew Thomas County Central (Thomasville, Georgia) is due to announce its decision Friday. The No. 9 overall prospect by visited Clemson this past weekend, but his finalists are LSU, Georgia, Auburn and Miami (Florida).

If Drew Crowell and come to Athens, which could push Georgia into the top five in the class this year. This is welcome news for Richt, who will enter next season with a lot of pressure on his shoulders.

Ray Drew as no surprise Friday afternoon when he announced his commitment to Georgia.

The defensive end from Thomasville, Ga., chose the Bulldogs over Auburn, LSU, Clemson and Miami.

The commitment is the latest in an impressive series of commitments for the class of Georgia in 2011. Georgia has recently made commitments of prospects in the State Malcolm Mitchell, Jay Rome and Xzavier Ward.

Drew commitment of Georgia seemed destined recently when word spread that he was pushing Antonio Richardson to discuss the Bulldogs. This news came after defensive tackle prospect John Jenkins; said Drew had already chosen his school.

The Bulldogs could not be done on defense. Jenkins and linebacker Kent Turenne give Georgia a serious consideration, and defensive end Jeoffrey Pagan said yesterday that he is in favor of Georgia.

Running back Isaiah Crowell of Columbus, Ga., is another high priority within the state of Georgia. Crowell, who canceled a planned trip to Auburn, will choose between Georgia and Alabama on Wednesday. Georgia is considered the favorite to land Crowell, whose teammate and close friend, Quintavious Harrow, recently committed to the Bulldogs.

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