Kirby Smart took over the Georgia Bulldogs earlier this year and it certainly looks like he is doing a great job boosting up their recruiting classes. They got another big player for 2017 in the form of offensive tackle D’Antne Demery.
Demery, a four-star player from Brunswick, Georgia, came down to either the Bulldogs or the Alabama Crimson Tide. He made his decision at Brunswick High School Wednesday morning and decided to stay within the state.
BREAKING: 4-star offensive tackle D'Antne Demery commits to #UGA over Alabama. https://t.co/Y16cVoLdhJ Free story pic.twitter.com/wmecdqDJJC
— Radi Nabulsi (@RadiNabulsi) June 15, 2016
Demery talked with Rivals and said that his decision came down to the Bulldogs’ head coach and he is pretty happy about Smart is doing with the team.
“Kirby’s trying to do something special, and I want to be a part of that,” Demery told UGASports in late April.
D’Antne Demery is the third offensive lineman in Georgia’s 2017 class. He joins Cedar Grove guards Netori Johnson and Justin Shaffer in what should be a pretty special class for the Bulldogs.
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