The University of Georgia didn’t wait till National Signing Day today to get the fireworks going, picking up three commitments yesterday from Donovan Georges, Trevor Lowe, and John Seter.
— Trevor Lowe (@T_Lowe21) January 31, 2017
— John Seter (@jseter28) January 31, 2017
Lowe and Seter are both 2017 prospects who have accepted preferred walk-on offers from UGA, and Georges is a class of 2018 linebacker who accepted a scholarship offer from the Bulldogs and announced his verbal commitment.
Trevor Lowe is out of Cartersville High School in Cartersville, GA where he plays outside linebacker, tight end, and wide receiver. Lowe also plays baseball for the Hurricanes. John Seter is out of Lovejoy High SChool in Hampton, GA where he was the quarterback for the Wildcats. Both Lowe and Seter will look to join the Bulldogs this summer after graduating high school in May.
Donovan Georges is a top 20 linebacker for the class of 2018 out of Champagnat Catholic High School in Hialeah, FL. The Bulldogs offered Georges back in May of 2015 under the previous coaching staff and he has been a priority for the new staff since Kirby Smart came on in December of 2015.
On Sunday, Georgia also picked up three commitments, two of them class of 2017 preferred walk-ons Kolby Wyatt and Wix Patton. Kolby Wyatt is an outside linebacker, weakside defensive end out of Shiloh High School from Snellville, GA, and Wix Patton is a 6 foot 6 and 241 lbs tight end out of Landmark Christian High School from Fairburn, GA. The third commitment is a class of 2019 commitment from rising high school star Nolan Smith, a weak-side defensive end / outside linebacker prospect out of the Savannah, GA area who transferred from Calvary Day High School to IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida.
If six commitments in the 72 hours leading into today’s National Signing Day is any indication on how Georgia’s day will go, it could be an outstanding day for the Bulldogs.