Georgia received two commitments during the weekend.
Wide receiver Chris Conley from North Paulding High School in Dallas, Ga., and cornerback Devin Bowman from Ridgeland High School in Rossville, Ga., both chose the Bulldogs during the weekend.
Conley made the announcement through a release, which you can find here from the
“Today my family and I are ending my recruitment,” Conley said in his statement. “This decision was reached through much traveling and research but ultimately prayer. Through all of this, I have come to decide that I will be attending the University of Georgia.”
Conley, who chose Georgia over
“In keeping with my beliefs,” he said, “I want my yes to be yes and my no to be no. Therefore, as of today, I will discontinue my contact with all schools other than UGA.”
Bowman could play cornerback or wide receiver for Georgia. He’s the younger brother of former Oklahoma State receiver Adarius Bowman and current
Michael Carvell of the AJC has a nice story on Bowman’s commitment to Georgia. Read it here.