By DARRYL MAXIE / firstname.lastname@example.org
M.L. King running back Mack Brown could be the perfect next piece to be added to the puzzle that is Georgia’s 2010 football recruiting class.
Three weeks in a row, the Bulldogs have landed prize recruit after prize recruit. Newnan safety Alec Ogletree last week followed offensive tackle Brent Benedict of Jacksonville the week before. The week before that, Calhoun receiver Da’Rick Rogers joined the committed club.
On Tuesday, Southwest DeKalb running back Kendrun Malcome — a friend of Brown’s since the fifth grade — committed to the Bulldogs. He’s the 27th-best running back in the Class of 2010, according to Scout.com and the 31st-best according to Rivals.com.
Malcome is the Bulldogs’ first running back commitment. At 6 feet, 213 pounds, he could add a power element to the Dogs’ backfield that would complement the speedy Brown, the sixth-best running back according to Rivals and seventh-best according to Scout.
Brown, who told the AJC Tuesday he