Recruiting: Georgia gets two more commitments for 2015

semerson@macon.comJune 11, 2014 

ATHENS - It was a busy day on the recruiting front for the Georgia football team, which is now in double figures for the 2015 class.

First it was defensive back Deandre Baker, a prospect from Miami, Fla., who tweeted Wednesday afternoon that he had verbally committed to Georgia. Baker is listed as a three-star prospect by Scout, Rivals and 247Sports.

Then later that evening linebacker Gary McCrae from Cuthbert committed, according to Dawgs247.com. McRae, rated a four-star prospect, received an offer from Georgia one day after attending camp in Athens on Tuesday.

McRae (listed at 6-foot-4, 218 pounds) attends Randolph-Clay High School, the alma mater of former Georgia star safety Thomas Davis.

Here is an updated list of Georgia's commitments for 2015. The star ratings are via the 247Sports Composite, which culls the ratings of the major recruiting services.

ATH Terry Godwin .... 6-0 ... 168 ... 5 stars.
Callaway High School, Hogansville.

Natrez Patrick ...... 6-3 ... 220 ... 4 stars.
Mays High School, Atlanta.

DE Chauncey Rivers ..... 6-3 ... 247 ... 4 stars.
Stephenson High School, Stone Mountain.

CB Rico McGraw ............ 6-0 ... 190 ... 4 stars.
Ensworth High School, Nashville, Tenn.

WR Christian Owens .... 6-5 ...... 2-8 ... 4 stars.
Griffin High School, Griffin

OLB Gary McRae ............. 6-4 ... 220 .... 4 stars.
Randolph-Clay High School, Cuthbert.

OT DeVondre Seymour .... 6-6 .... 315 .... 3 stars.
Hinds Community College, Miss. (signed with Georgia in 2013.)

DT Justin Young ........ 6-3 ... 255 ..... 3 stars.
Grayson High School, Loganville.

ILB Juwan Taylor ....... 6-2 ... 200 ..... 3 stars.
Hallandale High School, Hallandale, Fla.

CB Deandre Baker ....... 5-11 ... 175 .... 3 stars.
Northwestern High School, Miami, Fla.

DE Quincy Vasser ...... 6-4 ..... 260 .... 3 stars.
Navarro Junior College, Corsicana, Tex.

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