WR Uriah LeMay chooses Georgia
LeMay cited his familiarity with the Bulldogs' coaching staff as the primary factor in his decision.
"The relationship I built with the coaches from Day One, I really felt comfortable there," LeMay said. "At the end of the day, those are the types of people you want to surround yourself with."
LeMay will be reunited with his older brother, Georgia redshirt freshman quarterback Christian LeMay.
With Christian and the rest of the LeMay family watching Friday, Uriah became the 18th commitment to Georgia's 2013 class. That ties the Bulldogs with Michigan for the most commits in this recruiting cycle.
"We got to practice a little while ago, and the chemistry hasn't lost a step," LeMay said of his older brother. "We will just have to see how it goes."
The 6-foot-2, 197-pound LeMay, along with Kyrin Priester (Snellville, Ga./Brookwood), Tramel Terry (Goose Creek, S.C./Goose Creek) and J.J. Green (Kingsland, Ga./Camden Co.), gives the Bulldogs four prospects who could project at wide receiver.
Last season, LeMay had 43 catches for 842 yards and 14 touchdowns for Butler. He also had 38 carries for 397 yards and five TDs.
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