Bulldogs land 30th commit of 2013 class

Georgia’s commitment list continues to grow.

Late Saturday night the Bulldogs got their third commitment of the week. This time from Mississippi Gulf Coast safety Kennar Johnson.

“I committed to Coach Richt last night. I felt ready to make my decision and Georgia is where I want to be,” the 6-foot-3, 190-pound Johnson said.

The Florida native said the Bulldogs plan on using him at free safety.

“They want me to come in and help when they lose Bacarri Rambo,” he said. “I will be ready.”

The pledge puts Georgia at 30 commitments for the class of 2013, which is the second most in the country behind Texas A&M. The Bulldogs, who are ranked in the top five nationally in Fox Sports NEXT’s recruiting rankings, will now wait on what will be a frenzied two months of recruiting.

Georgia still hopes to land several high-level recruits including notable prospects: running back Alvin Kamara, defensive lineman Montravious Adams, linebacker Reuben Foster and offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil.

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