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Georgia Signs Lineman Johnson

Defensive tackle Toby Johnson from Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College has signed with Georgia.

Johnson, who attended Banneker High School in College Park, Ga., is Georgia’s 33rd signee in the class of 2013.

“We are thrilled that Toby has decided to become a Georgia Bulldog,” coach Mark Richt said in a statement. “We’re looking forward to watching him compete for playing time this upcoming season.”

Johnson will first need to recover from a torn ACL, an injury he suffered in his right knee in November. Johnson is expected to make a full recovery.

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Auburn Lands JUCO Linebacker

Auburn has received a commitment from linebacker Kenny Flowers from Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College.

“Kenny is excited about Auburn because he feels like they’re going to be really good,” Hutchinson coach Rion Rhoades told “I think he’s excited about the location. Being an Atlanta-area guy, it’s great for him and his family.”

Flowers attended Parkview High School in Lilburn, Ga., before attending Hutchinson. He plans to enroll at Auburn this summer.

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Bradley To Visit Auburn, Kentucky Before Announcement

Defensive tackle Ben Bradley from Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College announced plans for two more visits before he makes his final decision.

Bradley told MrSEC he’s still considering Auburn, Kentucky, Missouri and Nebraska. He will announce his decision on Jan. 7, the same day he plans to enroll at his school of choice.

Bradley, who was previously committed to Tennessee, is ranked the nation’s No. 4 overall junior college prospect by Rivals.

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Danzey Signs With Auburn

Offensive lineman Devonte Danzey from Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College has signed with Auburn.

Danzey also considered Baylor and Texas Tech. It was Danzey who told the story of Tommy Tuberville abruptly leaving dinner while hosting official visitors at Texas Tech on Dec. 7. Tuberville was announced as Cincinnati’s new head coach the following day.

Danzey is the second junior college prospect to sign with newly-hired Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn, joining running back Cameron Artis-Payne.

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Juco DT Johnson Suffers Knee Injury

Defensive tackle Toby Johnson from Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College suffered a knee injury on Sunday during a game against Coffeyville Community College.

“They said I tore my ACL and MCL,” Johnson told ESPN RecruitingNation. “I am getting X-Rays (Monday).”

Johnson, one of the nation’s top junior college prospects, has strongly considered Georgia, Tennessee, Kansas State and Oklahoma State, among others.

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Cornerback Jones Schedules Visit To Ole Miss

Cornerback Riyahd Jones from Garden City (Kan.) Community College has scheduled an official visit to Ole Miss.

Jones, who attended Columbus (Ga.) Carver High School, has offers from Kentucky, Kansas State, Texas Tech and others. Georgia, LSU and Oklahoma State have expressed interest but haven’t made an offer.

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Receiver Wilson Chooses Arkansas

Wide receiver Demetrius Wilson from Glendale (Ariz.) Community College has committed to Arkansas.

“It’s awesome to be committed now,” Wilson told “We’ve got Tyler Wilson coming back, the number one quarterback in the SEC. They’re losing three receivers so we’re going to need some receivers who can get the job done. The coaches and I feel that I can be that person who gets the job done.”

Wilson chose Arkansas over Tennessee. He’s the 22nd member of the 2012 class for Arkansas.

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Georgia Adds Lineman To 2012 Class

Georgia has received a commitment from offensive lineman Mark Beard from Coffeyville (Kan.) Community College.

Beard chose Georgia over Arkansas and Mississippi State.

“I felt at home at Georgia,” Beard told

Beard, who is the 15th commitment for the Bulldogs’ class of 2012, will enroll at Georgia in January.

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Tennessee Commits Respond To Baggett’s Departure

Coaching changes can often have an effect on recruiting.

That’s why it was natural for Tennessee fans to wonder on Thursday how wide receiver coach Charlie Baggett’s departure might affect UT’s recruiting.

So far the Vols appear to be in OK shape.

Wide receiver commit Keithon Redding from Decatur, Ga., told MrSEC he was “shocked” to hear Baggett is leaving UT but remains committed to the Vols.

“He played a big role in me committing to Tennessee,” Redding said. “But it doesn’t affect me.”

It hasn’t affected receiver commit Jason Croom from Norcross, Ga., either. Croom indicated via twitter that his commitment to UT is firm.

Athlete Justin King from Dunwoody, Ga., told MrSEC via text message that he remains committed to UT, but he did express an interest in the stability of the rest of the Vols’ coaching staff.

Uncommitted wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson from Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College will be a prospect to watch.

Patterson, who’s considered the nation’s top junior college prospect by, has already visited UT and is still considering Georgia, Arkansas and Auburn.

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