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Lawson Luckie commits as Dawgs pick up legacy four-star tight end

The Georgia Bulldogs picked up their ninth verbal commitment in the 2023 class on Wednesday when Team Norcross (Ga.) finished with four stars. Lawson Lucky Georgia Bulldogs has picked over 24 other shows. Georgia was the second school to offer Luckie, extending a scholarship a few hours later than Georgia Tech on August 17, 2020. Now, an assistant Todd Hartley He has his second tight end of the course, with Luckie joining a potential Santa Rosa Beach (Fla.) South Walton Top 100. Pierce Spurlin. It was Luckie’s first trip once enlistment visits returned in 2021 to Athens. He will return to watch the games during the fall.

“It’s a pleasure to be here, to be able to make this announcement,” Lucky said via his personal Twitter account. “I have been blessed with a great ability to play this game of football, and all the work ethic that will take me as far in life as it allows me to go. I am so grateful for these things every day and would never take them for granted.” Staying at home is more than Just being a kid in my hometown.’Staying at home’ is a privilege I get as my mum and my disabled brother Canon come to watch me play on Saturday and that is the biggest factor in my commitment. I want to thank all the college coaches who believed in me and recruited me, but I owe it to my mum Cannon is making this thing work here. I trust coach Kirby Smart and coach Todd Hartley to build me into the best player I can be and help me contribute to more national championships coming back to Athens. Finally I want to thank my father for setting the standards and reminding me every day that his biggest dream is It is for me to be better than all the accomplishments of ID, I will stick to the University of Georgia.”

Lawson is the son of Mike Lucky, one of Lucky’s triplets who played with Dogs during the 1990s. Mike wore to Kirby’s side from 1996-1998 and was the first of the Luckie triplets to start, against Kentucky in 1996. He got a comeback interception for touchdowns against Mississippi State in 1997.

The addition of Luckie propelled Georgia from second to number one in the 247Sports Team class rankings, surpassing Notre Dame. Luckie is the likely number 287 overall in the country, the number 14 overall and the likely number 29 overall in Georgia according to the industry-generated 247Sports compound. The 6-foot-3, 225-pound narrow end had 33 catches for 258 yards and three touchdowns as juniors, along with six hits for 12 yards and four touchdowns. He made 35 catches for 289 yards and three touchdowns when he was a sophomore. This season saw a tight end Brock Powers Leading Georgia with 56 catches for 882 yards and 13 touchdowns, all in program history for a freshman or any tight end in Georgia. He also had four runs for 56 yards and a touchdown.

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