Tampa’s Plant High School has been very good to UGA, sending along players such as QB Aaron Murray and TE Orson Charles.
UGA added another one from the Florida powerhouse on Monday when safety Paris Bostick committed to UGA over Arkansas, according to multiple reports.
Bostick is the third safety of UGA’s 2013 ever-growing recruiting class, along with Newnan’s Tray Matthews and Kell’s Quincy Mauger –who committed at Dawg Night.
UGA now has 25 commitments for its 2013 football recruiting class, and could sign around 34 total.
The 6-foot-2, 220-pouned Bostick was one of the most outstanding performers at Dawg Night, according to 247sports National Recruiting Analyst Rusty Mansell:
“At Dawg Night, Paris was probably the most [electrifying] player there, other than Rico Johnson. He continued to make plays all night long. He’s bigger than you think. He has great size at safety, and was making plays – intercepting passes or making pass breakups. Then he was just as impressive on offense. They lined up him at slot receiver and he made plays there, too. He’s very athletic and impressive-looking [physically] in person.
“For Georgia, his commitment adds depth. They need safety depth with this class. Paris is a guy who can play strong or free safety. After watching him at Dawg Night, he can definitely cover, and he looks physical enough to get down on the line of scrimmage and play in the box.”
UGA commits for 2013