Ray Drew Commits To Georgia Football, Is Serious This Time

Ray Drew, a five-star defensive end prospect from Thomasville, Georgia, has committed to play football for the Georgia Bulldogs. Drew made his announcement at Thomas County Central High School, where he played for the Yellow Jackets, a coincidence that does not appear to have pushed him to sign with Georgia Tech despite receiving an official offer.

Drew's recruitment has been a hair-pulling ride for hardcore recruitniks, with red herrings dropped willy-nilly on his Facebook and Twitter accounts. Georgia OC Mike Bobo showed up at the school for the announcement, however, so we suppose it's best Drew didn't pull any more tricks.

To the video! Here are some of the fun things Ray Drew can do for you, Bulldog Nation.



Drew is currently the highest-ranked player in Georgia's 2011 recruiting class. For more on Drew and other Georgia commits, join the discussions at Dawg Sports and SB Nation Atlanta.

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