It may have been a long wait, but that makes Kendall Milton's five-star commitment no less sweet to Georgia employees.
The Bulldogs defeated the Alabama Crimson Tide, the LSU Tigers and Ohio State Buckeyes for his services.
Milton, an aspiring senior from Clovis, California's Buchanan High School, is comming to the sixteenth commit of the Bulldogs 2020 cycle, the first running back and the group's third five-star prospectus.
"In Georgia, along with every school on my list, there is a large depth map," Milton said during the opening in Dallas. "I have a lot of opportunity to get involved and become a great player, and that would probably be the most important thing for me if I choose the top four, can I get in early and secure that playing time? is a big deal. I do not want to be one of those guys who sits on the bench until the junior year and then has one last year. I would like to join the league in three years, leaving an immediate impression. Athens is a good opportunity.
Georgia hosted several times, most recently for the G-Day Spring Game and for Milton's official visit.
To work for this starting point, the benefits of training, how big the alumni networking is, these are the biggest things I've taken from the visit, "Milton said after the official.
Dell McGee was Milton's senior recruiter and will now continue his quest to find a playwright for the five-star class in 2020 on his other duties.