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Georgia picked up its 15th verbal commitment Saturday, getting a flip from safety Deontai Williams, who was originally committed to Florida.
InsidetheGators.com also confirmed the decision.
At 6-foot-1 and 185 pounds, Williams also held offers from Auburn and LSU, among others.
"(Coach Jeremy) Pruitt says that if the people that he recruits commit, he's going to play them," Williams said of the Bulldog coaches and program. "They always show me love."
Those recruiting Williams love his versatility, as he's flexible throughout the defensive backfield.
"(Coaches like me for) my physicality and because I make big plays," Williams said. "They also like I can play three different positions, in safety, nickel, and corner. Florida is going to let me rotate in on all three (to see where I best fit)."
Williams becomes Georgia's second commitment in two days following Shaquery Williams' decision on Friday.
More to come.
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