By Robert Hydrick - bio | email
LEESBURG, GA (WALB) - With national signing day just under a month away, the Georgia Bulldogs took a recruiting hit when two of the state's top prospects announced Wednesday night at a national all-star game they were heading out of state.Lee County wide receiver Sanford Seay committed to Georgia during a morning visit from Georgia assistant coaches Mike Bobo and Tony Ball at Lee County High School Thursday.Copyright 2011 WALB . All rights reserved. Feedback
The Bulldogs bounce back with a commitment from one of a prospect that has been gaining attention in the final days.
Seay visited a Georgia bowl practice before Christmas and received his scholarship offer over the weekend.
The 6'2" receiver had offers from schools like Marshall and South Alabama but several top programs like Georgia started calling when he made his test score.
Head coach Dean Fabrizio says Seay still has some academic work to complete but Seay is expected to qualify.
Seay is the 16th player to commit to Georgia.