Uriah LeMay Commits To Georgia Bulldogs

ATHENS, GA - NOVEMBER 19: Head coach Mark Richt of the Georgia Bulldogs waits for a call by the officials during the game against the Kentucky Wildcats at Sanford Stadium on November 19, 2011 in Athens, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

A year after landing brother Christian, Georgia goes back to the LeMay family to pull Uriah.

Uriah LeMay, a top receiver recruit, committed to the Georgia Bulldogs Friday. LeMay stars for Matthews (NC) Butler High School, a powerhouse in the state. He also held offers from Clemson, Virginia Tech, Ohio State and others. LeMay's brother, Christian, a quarterback in the class of 2011, also plays for the Bulldogs.

LeMay has a solid build at 6-foot-2 and 200 pounds with good length and very solid strength. LeMay is not a burner and is not extremely quick off the line, but can get some deep separation. He is already very good at routes which require him to use his large body to shield defenders and create room to catch the football. And of course, he already has a great relationship with his future quarterback, Christian.

Georgia now has 18 commitments in the class of 2012. The Dawgs' blistering pace has them in the hunt for a top-three finish that will only be limited by scholarship numbers.

For more on UGA football, visit Georgia blog Dawg Sports, plus SEC blog Team Speed Kills and SB Nation Atlanta.

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