- Tom VanHaaren, ESPN Staff Writer
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The addition of Florida State defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt is already paying big dividends for Georgia.
The outstanding recruiter and the Dawgs picked up a commitment from ESPN Jr. 300 defensive back Rico McGraw (Nashville, Tenn./The Ensworth School) on Thursday.
Officially committed to the University of Georgia! Thank everyone who's been involved and supporting be. Go Dawgs! pic.twitter.com/C2kgqGakiz
— Rico McGraw (@LoveHateRico) January 17, 2014
McGraw, the No. 81 ranked prospect in 2015, picked Georgia over offers from Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, LSU and Ohio State, among others.
The 6-foot, 180-pound prospect gives Georgia two ESPN Jr. 300 commits in the 2015 class along with tight end Christian Owens (Griffin, Ga./Griffin).
The commitment also gives Pruitt his first commitment as a Dawg -- likely the first of many to come for the talented coach.