C.J. Curry joked that he had an inkling that he might be getting some good news from Georgia coaches during Dawg Night Friday.
The 2012 prospect was correct.
After getting previous attention from Alabama and Vanderbilt, Georgia became the first school to make the North Hall standout an offer to join the Bulldog program.
"That means a lot," Curry said in a telephone interview with UGASports. "Georgia is actually the top college on my list, so I was pretty excited."
Curry said head coach Mark Richt gave him the news.
"I had been working with Coach Ball and after we got done he told me that Coach Richt wanted to talk to me," Curry said. "It was just an honor."
Bulldog coaches got their first look at Curry during last month's Mark Richt Camp.
"They told me to work on a couple of things before I came back," Curry said. "But (Friday) they told me should have offered me back then."
Ironically, Curry didn't even plan wide receiver as a sophomore, focusing on safety instead.
This year, he will play both positions.
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