Georgia has been one of the four or five hottest schools in the country for the 2013 recruiting year, but things have cooled off a bit this week. After losing four-star running back Derrick Henry and missing on local blue-chip Robert Nkemdiche, the losses continue, and at a position the Dawgs haven't been able to count as one of immense depth:
2013 WR Kyrin Priester has decommitted from #UGA, according to Brookwood assistant coach William Lee.— Fletcher Page (@FletcherPage) June 15, 2012
Priester, out of Snellville, Ga., is rated a three-star recruit by Rivals. He also has offers from TCU and Vanderbilt thus far.
UGA's class is still 18 commits strong and boasts at least three receivers, so this development by itself isn't a disaster. But it's a part of a disappointing week in Dawgs recruiting nevertheless.