April 4, 2005
Ocilla - The college football recruiting process never stops.
And when you are as talented as Irwin County lineman Justin Anderson, you get dozens of telephone calls and letters every day.
Justin Anderson already knows where he wants to play his college football and he hopes an early commitment will allow him to enjoy his final season with the Indians.
The 6'4, 315 pound Anderson committed to sign with the Univ ersity of Georgia during a visit to the Bulldogs spring practice scrimmage this weekend.
Anderson told Irwin County head coach Jute Wilson that he has been a Georgia fan all of his life and it has been his dream to play for the Bulldogs.
Justin Anderson has been an all-state selection his sophomore and junior seasons and already has scholarship offers from Oklahoma, Michigan, Nebraska, Georgia Tech and Notre Dame.
Anderson will have to wait ten months to sign with the Bulldogs who will be making a big push for offensive lineman in the 2006 recruiting class.
Georgia will wrap up spring practice with their G-Day game this Saturday at Sanford Stadium.
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