Seay Says Georgia's the Spot

Seay Says Georgia's the Spot

ATHENS - Lee County wide receiver Sanford Seay became Georgia's 16th commitment Thursday.

Lee County wide receiver Sanford Seay knew Georgia was the place for him when he picked up an offer from the Bulldogs Jan. 1.

He made his feelings public Thursday, becoming Georgia's 16th commitment of the 2011 class.

Seay confirmed his pledge to Dawg Post through a text message.

Seay, 6-foot-4, 199-pounds, had 76 catches, 1180 yards and 15 touchdowns his senior season.

Georgia's wide receiver coach Tony Ball called Seay Jan. 1 to offer him a scholarship. Seay had been patiently waiting for the chance to go to the home state school.

"I was excited," Seay said. "I had been waiting for a period of time."

A visit from the Georgia coaching staff sealed Seay's commitment on Thursday.

Seay is the third receiver to join Georgia's 2011 class. Chris Conley and Justin Scott-Wesley are already on board. Washington High receiver Zach Witchett, who committed in June, had his scholarship revoked this week.

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