Mary Persons defensive end Malik Herring announced he will suit up for Georgia next season.
Mary Persons defensive end Malik Herring announced he will suit up for Georgia next season. Woody Marshall The Telegraph
Mary Persons defensive end Malik Herring announced he will suit up for Georgia next season. Woody Marshall The Telegraph

Two in one: Georgia picks up commitments from Herring, Holloman

December 01, 2016 03:07 PM

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