ATHENS -- Georgia picked up a fast receiver for the class of 2016 on Monday.
Appearing on ESPN 100.9's The David Smoak Show in central Texas, Temple High School wide receiver recruit Davion Curtis announced his verbal commitment to the Bulldogs. Harris is considered a consensus three-star recruit by Scout.com, Rivals.com and 247sports.com.
"I'm full-on committed to Georgia," Curtis said on-air. "I have no doubt, I'm not changing at all for anybody."
Curtis has earned a reputation for his speed, which is one of the many reasons Georgia was recruiting the Lone Star State standout. Curtis was also considering Oregon State and Kansas State.
The Bulldogs have been on a roll with collecting verbals from wide receivers of late. Curtis becomes the fourth receiver in the class of 2016, joining Randrecous Davis, Charlie Woerner and Darion Anderson. The Bulldogs brought in five receivers in the class of 2015 (Terry Godwin, Shaquery Wilson, Tae Crowder, Jayson Stanley and Michael Chigbu) and already have secured a verbal from class of 2017 prospect DeeJay Dallas, who could play either receiver or in the secondary at the college level.