UGA Commit Spotlight: D’Antne Demery

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UGA Commit Spotlight: D’Antne Demery

D'Antne Demery at his announcement
D’Antne Demery in his announcement
Photo: Murray Poole/Bulldawg Illustrated

D’Antne Demery is another UGA commit that is going a bit under the spotlight because of the large amount of talent that the Bulldogs have hauled in at this position.

Demery is another Georgia native that hails from Brunswick high school in Brunswick, Georgia. He is a four-star recruit on most sites, but still gets lost in the fold among the Bulldogs six offensive line commits in this class. However, Demery has as much potential as the rest of them, but will still need to make some improvements in the future.
Demery has the great size that the Bulldogs love to have on the offensive line as he comes in at around 6-foot-5 and 320lbs. This the perfect size for a college football offensive lineman, but the coaching staff will most likely try to add some more weight on him in the form of muscle. Demery is not a very outspoken recruit, but he is an outstanding football player and that is why he was selected to the U.S. Army All-America Bowl.
At the game, Demery showed flashes of what he could play like at the next level, but he also had a few drives where he struggled against the nation’s top talent. Demery will most likely not compete for day one time, but could develop in a starter within the next couple of years.

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Michael Pope is a Journalism student in the Grady School of Journalism at the University of Georgia, with an emphasis in sports. He enjoys covering all sports, especially basketball, football, and baseball.