Georgia reached into the Lone Star State Wednesday to snag its second wide receiver for its 2018 signing class.
Four-star Tommy Bush from Schertz, Texas announced he is signing with Georgia over in-state Baylor, Texas, Ole Miss and Michigan State.
Georgia signed wide receiver Kearis Jackson from Peach County in the early period.
Bush is a four-star rated prospect and the No. 37 wide receiver nationally in the 247Sports composite.
“I call him a prototypical type outside receiver,” said Samuel Clemens High coach Jared Johnston. “He’s 6-5, he’s 195 right now. He’s a 4.40 kid that has great hands. He bends well and gets out of breaks well. I think when it’s all said and done he’ll be one of those kids that’s 6-5 and 215 and what you see body-wise with what you see on Sundays.”
Bush said on ESPN2 that his family was comfortable talking with coach Kirby Smart during the recruiting process.
Bush is the fourth new commitment for Georgia, which now has 26 in its recruiting class. He was a three-year starter who played in a pro-style offense that ran the ball the majority of the time but still drew the attention of defenses.
“He’s going to practice like it’s gameday,”Johnston said. “His work ethic speaks for itself.”